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.


Flash Opal

                           Simple small pendant with a very nice opal, set in 22k rose gold, with one small Ruby.

From 1996.

Archive Reference: PO01

Bluish antique

                                   Tibetan Turquoise in 22 and 20k Rose gold frame.  A Star-Sapphire on top of the bail with a small Diamond and an Opal.

 Late 1990s.

Archive Reference: PT05

 Tibetan Turquoise and a diamond

                                                                                 Made in 18 and 22k Rose gold. Late 1990s.

Archive Reference: PT04

A Necklace

                            Tibetan Turquoises set in 22k gold, with a bit of hand made chain in 18k.

Late 1990s.

Archive Reference: PT03

Tibetan Turquoise and Opals

                                                                     Made in 22k Rose gold.

From 1996.

Archive Reference: PT02

Tibetan and Chinese Turquoise

                                                                           An early silver and silver wire work.   Mid 1990s.

Archive Reference: PT01


                          The natural ‘ green glass’ stone,  which is not a meteorite as often mistakenly though of…  but rather [if I remember correctly] formed from melting sand in craters blasted into the geology of our earth when meteorites made land fall.  Pendant made in 22 & 18k gold, and an Opal. Late 1990s.

Archive Reference: PC07