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

Yowah-nut

Opal although of simple quality.
Set in a 22 and 18k, rose gold, with little diamonds. From 2002.
* The images of this work are small and very low in quality…

Archive Reference: PO02

A Pixie with a cap

is hidden in this Bolder Opal, she is still in the stone even as the Opal fall and cracked through years ago [the photos are recent, there are no photos from the time of making the piece]
with a Diamond and a small Ruby inlayed in the Iron-Stone [the rock in which the Opal vein are embedded]
22k rose gold and a little bit of 24k for the inlay elements.
From 1998

Archive Reference: PO021

Flash Opal

in 22k rose gold, and one small Ruby. From 1996.

Archive Reference: PO01