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Blue Agate & Bali Beads $75.00 (Single Strand Necklaces)
This flattering piece features blue agate. It is a lovely, vibrant shade of blue, and has a wonderful sheen. The shape of the agate pieces reminded me of an hour glass - a convex indentation. I accentuated the piece with silver spool-shaped bali beads. It's sure to be a hit, especially with anyone who loves the color blue!





Silver Chain & Bali Bead $70.00 (Single Strand Necklaces)
This is a simple silver necklace. I used different kinds of bali beads, but I didn't want to go overboard and lose the beauty of the chain. This is worn as a choker and adds a touch of daintiness to any outfit.





Copper-Lined Glass Bead $145.00 (Multi-Strand Necklaces)
The copper lining of these bead adds a hint of color and dazzle. I used a clear irridescent bead inbetween each of the copper-lined beads. I liked it so much that, by accident, I made it extremely long. Trying to work with my mistake, I doubled it and, voila, another necklace was born. This has a beautiful vermeil clasp with semi-precious stones.





Silver Granule & Swarovski Crystal with Bali Beads $180.00 (Multi-Strand Necklaces)
There is something unique about this necklace and yet I don't know why. It is a triple strand choker that I always get compliments on. I always sell out of it too. I used silver granules with 4mm diamond shape Swarovski vitriol crystal and bali beads. I like to use the Swarovski vitriol crystal because it takes on so many different colors that it is sure to enhance any blouse, as well as any dress you own.





Carnelian with Flower $150.00 (Pendant Necklaces)
My mom wanted a necklace that incorporated the latest pendant craze. I found these red stone pendants and combined them with faceted carnelian rondels. The silver chain is exquisite in detail. I wire-wrapped the Carnelian rondels and finished the piece off with fancy bali bead caps.





Faceted Pearls & Cubic Zirconia from $80.00 (Pendant Necklaces)
I fell in love with this cubic zirconia pendant. It is so striking that I didn't want to detract from its beauty. So, I mixed faceted pearls with it and found it only enhanced the pendant. The CZ won't fool anyone into thinking its a real diamond, but its brilliance comes close! See it in beige, and in purple.

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!





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!





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.

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.





Lemon Topaz $145.00 (Bracelets)
This is my one of my favorite bracelets because the cut of the topaz gives this such a sparkle that they look like diamonds on your arm. I found a wonderful citrine box-shaped clasp to match.





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.

Swarovski Crystal & Bali Beads $95.00 (Bracelets)
I wear this bracelet almost everyday because it truly goes with everything. I used 10mm clear Swarovski crystal AB cubes and interspersed silver bali beads. My daughter likes how this makes a rainbow effect on the roof of the car. I also combine this with a diamond tennis bracelet for a night on the town.





Swarovski Crystal Button Drop $40.00 (Earrings)
These earrings match the light vitriol button bracelet and necklace. These can be worn for a night on the town or a day at the office. Either way, your ears will sparkle and shine!





Clear Swarovski Crystal & Bali Bead $30.00 (Anklets)
I like designing anklets that look great, but don't make bold statements. A subtle glance at your ankle is enough for everyone to know that, not only do you have a sparkling personality, but your accessories sparkle as well.





Tourmaline & Bali Beads $45.00 (Anklets)
The mixture of colors in a strand of tourmaline always makes for an interesting piece of jewelry. I like using tourmaline because the stones go with so many different colored outfits. I often refer to as the well-coordinated stone. Even on your ankle, it doesn't lose its beauty.





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