Creating a pair of earrings is different than other work of jewellery. Earrings have to be lightweight, secure yet not too difficult to wear and remove… [as some that i have made in the past probably are] They should flow with the shape of the ear and the head, be comfortable, and move gracefully if they include moving parts. and be a pair, two of the same… and in the past, this, in itself, was a small challenge.



An Eagle feather

                                          Hanging from a single earring in 19k Light-Rose gold.
With a few small Fancy-Colour diamonds.

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A nose-stud

                                Small’Pave’ setting, only 3 mm across. With 7 fancy natural vivid yellow and one vivid pink diamonds.
small diamonds in 0.08 and 0.11 mm.

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Last work in Pune India

                                                           Pictured one out of a pair of chased and engraved earrings. With a changeable ruby screw lock. Made in 19k rose gold, small Rubies and Diamonds.
The other earring of this pair is engraved with different patterns.
*was photographed through the microscope’s eyepiece.


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Pink Sapphire earring

                                                      One out of a pair of earrings, in 18k rose gold with pink Sapphires.
From around 2002

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Three Sapphires

A single earring in 18k gold.

From around 2001

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Sugilite and Rubies

 A single earring in a 22k gold.

From around 2001

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A single ‘Jalli’

Pierced earring with an opal and a diamond.

From 2000.

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