Turquoise center piece flanked by streaming turquoise tears on either side makes quite a statement on your neck. The green Turquoise is offset by the alternating Tiger Skin Jasper rectangles and turquoise coin shaped beads leading up the sides of the neck. Small additions of copper tubes and wooden beads complete the global feel of this neck wear. Part of my personal collection.
This necklace was created using polymer clay for the three main doughnut designs. The doughnuts were stained and then sealed before stringing onto the necklace. Made with cherry quartz glass and three poly clay centerpieces this necklace is soft and sweet in appeal. Romantic soft pinks pair with gutsy tiger-striped glass beads with amber hues giving it a bit of bite. Maybe just a nibble. The other beads used were pink mother of pearl, glass chips, wood discs and delicate pink crystals. Part of my personal collection.
This necklace offers a center piece of garnet set in sterling silver with tiny marcasite decorations on its delicate teardrop shape. In addition, romantic citrine hearts, silver bead caps and lava beads give wonderful contrast texturally and visually. Freshwater pearls run all the way up to the clasp. Part of my personal collection.
These earrings dangle below the jaw line giving plenty of flash and sway as you go about your day. Made with gold toned metal charms and red mother of pearl coins with aurora borealis finish on them. Metal teardrop tags dangle from all points of the charms, the lowest one beneath a small deep red crystal. Part of my personal collection.