Here are two beautiful opals that were cut from the same stone. The opal was split down the middle and opened so that they are a mirror image of each other, just right for giving. One for you and one for your sister, or for a mother and daughter or soul sisters. To be worn with love and fond memories of time spent together.
Wow, we saw this beautiful opal bracelet top and it looks just like the view of the Sleeping Bear Point, looking across the bay at the end of the street, here in Glen Arbor.
Sterling silver sand textured bands with a 18KY gold bezel holding moonstone cabochons, they have a very mesmerizing effect with their flashes of blue, green and yellow. This design is also available in a variety of different gemstones
New drusy bracelet tops are here! Who doesn’t like sparkles?
New Puzzle watch frames have arrived. Choose from some amazing Leland Blue, beautiful Lake Michigan beachstones or a gold plated sun-ray patterned frame.
Just in, two new bracelet tops that are big, bold and amazing! Beautiful pink tourmaline crystals in quartz set in sterling silver. And a jasper cabochon with a drusy center, it’s like having your own little miniature crystal cave! Each are priced at $695
Tanzanite is a rate gemstone found mostly in the hills of Mt. Kilimanjaro. Officially called “Blue Zoisite” tanzanite in its rough state is usually a reddish brown color, not very pretty but when heated to 600 degrees C it turns to the beautiful blue/purple gemstone we all love.
This necklace featured here is made with flat freeform tanzanite beads, hand knotted between each bead and finished with an 18KY gold clasp.
Retail price $2,895. SOLD
- Beautiful blue turquoise set in our newest design: a sterling silver band with a hammered finish and 22K yellow gold bezel to show off the turquoise. Which one is your favorite?
How exactly should a two part bracelet fit? This video offers a complete guide to the pieces, materials, and how they fit together. We hope this is especially helpful should you receive one as a gift!
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It’s hard to pin down the exact moment of inspiration for any particular piece of jewelry, but here are some examples of how natural spring beauty came to influence Becky’s designs.