Delicate blades of grass and gleaming gold dots are fused to a lightly domed oval of sterling silver. The silver has been oxidized to near black which makes the gold dots pop in contrast. The pendant measures 1 7/8 inches wide and 3/4 of an inch in height. It suspends from a delicate gold fill chain that adjusts from 16 to 18 inches with a handmade hook clasp.
Glowing gold ovals are accented with a dense cluster of white freshwater pearls on 18k gold headpins. These ovals are a 22k gold and sterling silver bi-metal where solid gold is bonded to a layer of sterling silver.
The gold surface has been given a soft, brushed finish with a hammered edge. Earwires are 18k gold. These earrings measure approximately 7/8 of an inch wide and 1 inch long.
I fused delicate blades of grass and gleaming gold dots to a lightly domed oval of sterling silver. The silver has been given a deep oxidized finish to near black. The earrings measure 1 7/8 inches long and 5/8 of an inch wide.
Aquamarine, spotted druzy, boulder opal, labradorite with gold and purple flash and natural chalcedony are arranged in a gentle arc, set in 22k gold on a base of oxidized sterling silver. A lush fringe of tourmalines on 18k gold headpins drapes the top edges of the stones and in between each stone--terminating in a champagne citrine briolette. The chain is painstakingly handmade--I call it my "sprout chain" in oxidized sterling. The handmade clasp adjusts from 18 to 20 inches.