|Blue Chalcedony $165.00 (Bracelets)
This bracelet is the same style as the purple chalcedony - the tear drop shaped stone and box-shaped clasp. The color in this bracelet is a beautiful blue and works well with blues, grays, blacks - a variety of colors. It looks good if you are going out for the evening or out to dinner in an old pair of jeans.
|Turquoise Seed Bead $85.00 (Bracelets)
I made this bracelet with a friend of mine in mind. She loves turquoise and has been one of my biggest supporters. I combined seed beads with a few strands of turquoise. I topped it off with a triple-strand clasp to create a cuff-style bracelet.
|Silver Bali & Dangles from $145.00 (Bracelets)
I always refer to this as my "funky" bracelet. The look of it is just so fun. I used oblong bali beads. (I also used these as vases in my daughter's doll house!) Then I wire-wrapped silver dangles inbetween the bali beads. I wear this with the multi-colored pearl necklace that doubles as a bracelet.
|Swarovski Crystal Button from $180.00 (Bracelets)
The Swarovski Crystal Button Bracelet was born from an image I had in my head, but couldn't find the necessary materials. So, I ended up having to make everything myself. These bracelets are labor-intensive, but absolute show-stoppers. Whenever I wear one of these, I am always stopped. All the Swarovski Crystal button bracelets have a silver clasp except for the multi-colored one, which has a vermeil clasp.
|Zig Zag Turquoise Glass Bead $60.00 (Bracelets)
I like the zig zag pearls so much that when I found this glass turquoise bead that makes a tear drop zig zag pattern, I knew I had to make something out of it. The box-shaped clasp really pulled the whole look together.
|Clear Quartz $35.00 (Earrings)
This is a delicate semi-precious drop earring. The facets accentuate the stone and add a bit of sparkle. These can be worn as an everyday earring or for that special night out.
|CZ Pendant $30.00 (Earrings)
I put these cubic zirconia pendants on a eurowire when I couldn't find my diamond earrings. I fell in love with the look and kept them in my personal collection.
|Peruvian Opal $50.00 (Earrings)
The Peruvian Opal is also known as green chalcedony. I love the opalescent quality of this stone and prefer it as an alternative to turquoise. The cut of this stone contains an interesting "swivel" that adds a certain texture to the piece.
|Swarovski Crystal Button Post $30.00 (Earrings)
I made these Swarovski crystals into earrings to match the button bracelet. You really have to see these to understand their brilliance. All the button earrings take on different colors depending upon what colors you are wearing.
|Turquoise Swarovski Crystal $30.00 (Anklets)
The diamond shape cut of crystals always seems so delicate. Mix in a few flower shaped bali beads and sterling silver chain and you'll be making a classic fashion statement.