With Pendants and necklaces the Jewellery is worn next to the heart, the gold work, an intricate frame, a sit for the stones. In some pendants, the stones were ‘studio – cut’, at times shaped in an uneven amorphous form, challenging creativity and workmanship in finding ways to set them beautifully.
Emerald and Diamonds
Fine African Emerald with colourless and yellow Diamonds in a little 19k rose gold pendant.
* These images were taken through one of the the microscope’s eye piece with a pocket camera. the result are fairly clear details but limited depth and warmth.
Archive Reference: PC09
Champagne colour diamond with untreated Burmese Ruby set at the back and small pink and yellow natural Diamonds. *Photographed with a pocket camera through one of the microscope eyepiece.
Archive Reference: PC08
A simple Boulder
Curved common bolder opal set in 22 and 18k rose gold.
Archive Reference: PO05
Carved Boulder Opal
The stone was cut and polished through the layers to expose the veins of fire. Made in 18 and 22k rose gold and set with a few small diamonds. the piece is about 50mm Long.
From perhaps 2003.
Archive Reference: PO04
A variety of Bolder opal
A Bolder with sphere like pattern set in 22 and 18k rose gold along with a few small diamonds.
Archive Reference: PO03
This stone is quite a simple quality of a variety of special bolder Opals that are rare and can be very expensive. Set in a 22 and 18k, rose gold, with little diamonds.
* The old images of this Work were small and very low in quality…
Archive Reference: PO02
A Bolder full of natural drawings
This interesting Bolder Opal fall and cracked many years ago [the photos are more recent, as there are no photos from the time of making the piece] Made 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.
Archive Reference: PO021