MY NEW JEWELRY COLLECTION

Necklace and matching earring set made with round onyx beads, faceted citrine rondelles, golden Biwa pearls and an Idaho plume pendant. Sterling silver findings. U$250 includes shipping.

Garnet beads, silvery fresh water coin and rice pearls, plus a triangular Chohua jasper pendant and sterling silver clasp add up to an elegant 20” necklace. U$ 110 cover USPS priority shipping and insurance. Free gift wrapping and card available.


Peridot, citrine, African jade necklace accented with a Transvaal jade pendant. SS clasp. U$ 150

Right–Koi fish in a pond, the glow of the harvest moon, a Blue Ridge sunset–all this in a orange calcite and Idaho plume agate necklace selling for U$ 80


The Brazooka is a 20″ necklace made with British Columbia jade horse eye beads and
nuggets, faceted citrine and sterling silver. Translucent ochre Brazilian agate with green, grey and a touch of pink is a wonderful match for BC jade. Note the poppy seed-like inclusions in the jade. These little variations make semiprecious stones a delight to the eye. Price for the set of necklace and earrings is U$ 120, domestic priority shipping included.

This was a serendipitous find–I bought this onyx and rhodochrosite pendant long before I happened upon the triangular rhodochrosite beads.
Above–The Don’t Cry for me Argentina necklace is made with triangular Argentinian rhodochrosite–a marvelous stone with as many shades of pink as the petals of a China rose, it is said to promote happy romances –black onyx beads and sterling clasp. Set of 20″ necklace and matching earrings U$120, shipping included.

Silvery freshwater coin pearls are the perfect match for the unusual pink and silver grey of these oval Peruvian rhodochrosite beads. Sterling silver clasp. U$ 120 includes domestic shipping by priority mail.

A sterling silver focal beads spices up this sassy choker made with round black onyx and turquoise nuggets. U$ 180 includes continental US shipping by priority mail.

A novel take on a Southwest theme–round chrysocholla beads, onyx squares, and a pendant made of a turquoise cabochon set in sterling silver. U$ 150.

Orthoceras–an ancient marine animal– from Morocco is a striking addition to Botswana agate.

Simple does not equal plain. That is the idea–stolen from a zebra butterfly– behind this grey Botswana agate necklace with orthoceras pendant and sterling silver. U$S 100


Conglomerate jasper focal bead, hessonite garnet and natural mother of pearl and sterling make up this less-is-more necklace. U$ 100

Focal bead up close.

Peruvian opal beads have a soft glimmer that makes it suitable for any occasion. Matched with a jasper focal bead in soft tones of beige, khaki green and pink it is refined and glamorous all at once. A mere U$ 100.

Plum blossom jasper has the subtle elegance of Asian scrolls. Blend it with rhodonite, pink Botswana agate, black onyx and rhodochrosite and you have the a necklace that recalls koto music, geishas in butterfly wing kimonos and the moon over Kioto. U$ 120

Yellow fossilized coral jasper pendant might be a butterfly wing in disguise. Onyx and faceted citrine add to the illusion in this 20″ necklace with a sterling silver clasp. U$ 160.

This necklace is made with septarian squares, beautifully faceted smoky topaz beads and a sterling clasp. Set with matching earrings U$ 150.

Noreena jasper heart on the left and fire jasper pendant on the right.

Left–brecciated jasper ands red jasper necklace with a fire jasper pendant for those who like it hot. U$ 85

Right–Latte lover’s brec jasper and golden freshwater pearl necklace. Sterling clasp. U$# 85

Mookaite squares, lepidolite, freshwater pearls and a dazzling tremolite pendant make this a strut-your-stuff necklace. U$ 120


Mandarin sardonyx necklace accented with a carved vintage Italian coral, freshwater pearl and sterling mesh pendant. U$150

Handmade Indonesian recycled glass beads and crystal quartz points, SS findings. $50

Freshwater peacock coin and rice pearls, ribbon jasper pendant, SS findings. U$ 110

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