|Brown-Lavender Pearl & Bali Beads $65.00 (Tin Cup Necklaces)
The uniqueness of this necklace is in the color of the pearls. It can be worn with almost any color you desire because the pearl itself takes on different qualities. To see it is to believe it. It looks good with blues, blacks, browns, grays - just to name a few. The flower bali bead is used to enhance the pearl's brilliance.
|Smoky Quartz & Bali Beads $90.00 (Tin Cup Necklaces)
This is a faceted rondel piece of smoky quartz surrounded by round bali beads. This necklace is sure to enhance any brown, beige, gray or even black outfit.
|Smoky Quartz & Beige Pearl $90.00 (Tin Cup Necklaces)
I loved the name of this stone, "Smoky Quartz Cushion Cut." To me, they look like little diamond shaped pillows of smoky quartz. This can be worn for both daytime and evening affairs and coordinates well with a variety of colors. The beige pearls and silver flower bali beads makes for a great combination.
|Silver Chain Clasp & Silver Dangles $85.00 (Lariat Necklaces)
Whenever someone has bought this necklace or when I am wearing it, it is always admired. It is a simple design that uses my favorite chain - the filigree, yet, unlike most lariat necklaces, it has a clasp. I also do this necklace with pearl dangles instead of the bali bead dangles.
|White Pearl & Smoky Quartz/CZ from $100.00 (Pendant Necklaces)
I can never keep this necklace in stock. The pendant almost looks like a picture frame surrounding the smoky quartz. Then I used elongated bali beads on either side of a faceted piece of smoky quartz and topped off the whole necklace with white pearls. Simple design - tremendous response.
NEW: This design with a Cubic Zirconia pendant! Just click the 'White with CZ' link underneath the picture to see it.
|Hand-Knotted Swarovski Crystal $70.00 (Eyeglass Holders)
After I made one eyeglass holder design, I tried this style with the hand-knotted silk thread and round 4mm crystals. Again this is very simple and designed to go with anything.
|Hand-Knotted Tiger's Eye $70.00 (Eyeglass Holders)
I started making eyeglass holders because my sixth grade teacher, now a good friend, asked me to make some for her. I made these very simple in design and material so they can go with anything. This design has round faceted tiger's eye and is hand-knotted on silk thread.