Larimar silver pendant

Sunday, October 28, 2012

This is my try to make a simple pendant. I failed :))  The stone is just too big to make a "simple" pendant for my "Sea Bottom" collection. That's ok, though... I'd gotten small stones for that goal already... And even made a couple... they are cute... and they are coming... :)

Turquoise pendant

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Well... I had two of these nice turquoise stones. One was round and one was oval. The pendant with the round stone was sold in a blink of an eye. So, I needed to use my second stone right a way. Hm... it is upside down from my original design, though I definitely like it better this way...  It could be one of my most favourite pendants...

Blue Sugilite pendant

Thursday, October 18, 2012

This is a silver pendant made with a blue (and a little bit purple) sugilite, a cubic zirconia and two sapphire imitation stones. This deep blue colour reminds me of a deep sea. I was a little bit surprised that the stone "allowed" the fish around itself only. No starfish or turtle or even a shell could help to accent its beauty. It has been right... I am a little bit in love with this design myself...

Silver pendant with pink tourmaline and cubic zirconia

Monday, October 15, 2012

This is a very bright pink tourmaline with a checkerboard facet finish in one of my Sea Bottom pendants. It is not very usual for me to put a stone that is not blue or green in a pendant like that. Though this stone reminds me of a treasure that you can find at the bottom of the sea... I have to admit I am fascinated with the idea of how many treasures are out there where nobody can find them....

Peacock Feather copper necklace with dichroic glass cabochon

Thursday, October 11, 2012

This is an experiment. I made a few necklaces with the peacock feathers. They all were attached hanging down. This feather hangs "up". Hm... I like it. I find it interesting and rather bold.

Amolite ring

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Here is the last item from the 3-piece order. It is a silver ring with amolites and Ephiopean opal that it very yellow, but very bright and sparkly (perfect match for these amolites!)  It took a little bit of playing with the stones and researching a style that the customer would like. I am very happy with the result, but she is happier :) as it is her ring now :)

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