|Peruvian Opal Tear Drops with Swarovski Crystal $120.00 (Tin Cup Necklaces)
I have always had an affinity towards blue chalcedony. At one of the gem shows I attended, I came upon these lovely gems which are called Peruvian Opals or Green Chalcedony. The cut of the stones has a translucent nature. Mixed with the Swarovski diamond shape crystals, this necklace is both elegant and subtle. I used a silver toggle clasp to finish it off.
|Multi-Colored Pearls & Turquoise Flower $130.00 (Pendant Necklaces)
Given my affinity towards faceted pearls, I fell in love with the extreme variety of these. This strand exhibits colors of brown, gray, white, and green. I mixed a turquoise stone pendant with Swarovski clear crystal rondels and a silver toggle clasp as finishing touches. This piece is sophisticated yet playful!
|Peruvian Opal w/ Leather $75.00 (Pendant Necklaces)
The accent on this leather cord necklace is, of course, the peruvian opal (also known as green chalcedony). The irridescent faceted stone is highlighted by a Swarovski AB crystal flower and wire-wrapped flat crystals. You can easily see why this necklace is so hard for me to keep in stock! Day or evening - it is sure to catch someone's attention.
|Turquoise & Amazonite $120.00 (Pendant Necklaces)
This should be called the Houdini necklace. Everytime I wear this piece, people think that it is wrapped around my neck like a choker. However, this is actually one tin cup necklace that is two pieces attached to a silver toggle clasp - a choker of Amazonite and and a longer part (also made of Amazonite) which incorporates the turquoise pendant. You put it on, just like you would any other necklace, and get ready to dazzle!
|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.