This the most unusual infinity I’ve ever made. It is not at all conservative! It has unique textures and colors. The stones in the pendant are a teal, brilliant cut 6.5mm tourmaline with a 7.5mm checkerboard cut citrine underneath. The “paddles” are rare mandarin spessertite garnet teardrops followed by gradient blue green tourmaline briolettes.
Next, are fancy cut spessertite garnets mixed with gold beads and the whole necklace is grounded by the intensely lustrous black spinels in the back. It is strung to 17” in length with a lobster claw clasp. The string is a durable, synthetic string that moves like silk but doesn’t shred, stretch, or fray like silk.