Pendants, necklaces and Mala-centres,

all lets us wear our stones next to our hearts, the gold work is an intricate frame, a ‘home’ for the stone. Often pendant stones are ‘studio – cut’, shaped in an uneven amorphous form, and one has to be creative in finding ways to set them beautifully.

Opal Pendants

Blue Crystal

curved Opal
from 2006

Archive Reference: PO09

Curved Australian opal

naturaly double layered set in 22 and 19k pirced (Jahli) gold pendant, with small colourless diamonds.
as with most Opals in my work, it was polished and curved in studio.
made in 2006

Archive Reference: PO08

Fancy Rolling-Flash

Pendant of Australian opals cut and curved in-studio. With 21 natural pink and yellow fancy colour diamonds.
Rose gold, 18 and 22k. From 2004
The large, central opal is a Rolling-Flash with very good Fire.
This pendant was quite an ambitious project at the time of its making. With expensive stones and fancy work, it was out of range for my then customer base.
it was everntualy sold to an unknown buyer in the US,

Archive Reference: PO07

Boulder opal and diamonds

in 22 and 18k rose gold. From 2003

Archive Reference: PO06

A simple Boulder Opal

curved with one small diamond in 22 and 18k rose gold. From 2003

Archive Reference: PO05

Curved Boulder Opal

cut and polished through the
layers. In 18 and 22k rose gold. (50mm Long)
With small diamonds, from perhaps 2003.

Archive Reference: PO04

A variety of Bolder opal

with sphere like pattern.
Anyone knowing the proper name for this opal? as I would love to know. set in 22 and 18k rose gold with some small diamonds.
From 2002.

Archive Reference: PO03