Mother and Child – Interlocking Amethyst and Turquoise Necklace
This necklace is made of two hollow forms that interlock. The larger piece (mother), is turquoise and silver and the smaller piece (child) that nestles into it is an amethyst. The pieces may be worn together or the amethyst bead may be worn on its own.Read More
Coral and Turquoise Curvy Snake Bracelet
This bracelet is a hollow form shadowbox set with 9 stones. Traditional Native American turquoise, coral and silver with a contemporary design—beyond southwestern.
An instant classic!
A substancial piece without being too heavy. One-of-a-kind, hand-carved. This bracelet is about a half inch wide and about a quarter inch deep.Read More
Coral Shadowbox Pendant
I have been having so much fun making the turquoise shadowbox pendants that I decided to make some with coral as well.
Coral looks elegant against the black background of the shadowbox. A slightly different feel from the turquoise.Read More
Copper Anticlastic Bracelet
The rich reds, browns, golds, rusts, and hints of deep purple in this bracelet naturally occurs in copper when it is heated a certain way. The colors add to the beauty of the shape of this bracelet.Read More
Peridot and Amethyst Dual-sided Pendant
This pendant may be worn with either the peridot facing outward or the amethyst facing outward. It is a hollow form, completely hand fabricated (hand-made), and the only pendant of its kind.Read More
Curved Carved Snake Cuff
A substancial bracelet, this piece is curved to fit comfortably on the wrist. This bracelet is hand-carved brushed and polished silver.
A gorgeous addition to any wardrobe!Read More
This pair is completely handmade – the copper and silver were cut out with a jeweler’s saw and hand-hammered. The fluctuations in the metal catch light so that there are gentle glimmers of light with the movement of the earrings.Read More
I set these beads in silver so that the necklace passes behind the turquoise. Each bead is different, and based on the shape of the turquoise. The beauty of making these beads is that each one is completely unique.Read More
Fire agate can be red, green, gold, and blue-violet. It requires skillful work to cut fire agate in order to maintain its iridescence, and generally, the grain of the stone dictates the shape of the cut (which is why it is not found in mass-produced jewelry).Read More
This bracelet has been fired to bring out the bright red in the copper. The color that surfaces is unique to each piece.
I have left the hollow form open, creating a slit along the edge. The opening accentuates the natural, delicate curve of the bracelet.Read More