Future Projects & Work on the Way


Some projects are complex and challenging, and can take a long time to complete. While certain projects are being set aside for a time, or put on hold as they needs a considerable investment for gemstones and work time. Jewellery on the Way may have to be first reserved with an advance amount that will allow me to complete the Work.    Comments, Suggestions or interest in upcoming work are welcomed.

As well as the unfinished projects, this page show a few special gemstones, that are available for future Commissioned Work.    Over the last several years, and especially in rings, I mostly work with a custom alloy of 19k gold, [usually in Rose or Orange-Rose shades]. This alloy has enough hardness to withstand ware, a deep colour, and it aged beautifully.   *It is possible to request a particular gold shade and Karat for designs, based on 3D models.

* These gemstones are available for a future jewellery design. They are not for sale separately. 

Rubellite Tourmalines

                                                      An Oval and Pear Rubellite.  These  two beautiful tourmaline can be a set of a delicate small pendant and a ring.  Or separately using just one of the stones for an individual work of jewellery.        *Of the two, the pear cut stone is of higher clarity [not visible in the photos]

Pear: 1. 23 carts.    7. 74 X 7.28 mm.      Oval: 1. 45 carts.   9. 04 X 6. 95 mm.

Inquire about a Future Pendant and a Ring

Pink Star Sapphire

                                                  Natural and untreated, a Cylon star sapphire, very suitable for a ring.

Dimensions: 7. 65 X 6. 93 and 5. 88 from base to apex. Weight 3. 37 carats.

Inquire about this Future Star Sapphire Ring

Precious Australian Opal

                                                                A future project for this exquisite Opal.  Possibly a pendant, yet other types of jewellery are possible since designing has yet to start.  This is a fairly expensive project that is likely to require someone commissioning the Work. 


The Opal’s dimensions are: 27. 9 X 19. 4 X 9 mm thick at the apex. Weighting 28. 12 carats.   Inquire about this Future Opal jewellery

Red Fire Australian Opal

                                                               An Australian opal, suitable as a centre for a pendant or a bracelet, maybe also for a rather large ring.

Dimensions: 23. 4 X 18. 4 X 6.35 mm.     weight 19. 54 Carts.  

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Uncut Natural Rubies

                                                        A collection of high quality natural unheated rough Rubies.  The beautiful rare rough stones will be polished in-studio in keep with their rough shape.  Then set in a mosaic like configuration.  For an example: imagine a gold delicate winged creature with the wings made of several of these rubies each stone with it spacial shape, and with only a thing gold border working as the structural frame, and the setting for the Rubies.                                                               The stones are quite thin at 1. 5 – 2. 5 mm thickness.    27. 35 carats in this collection.

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The White Tara long project

                                                                         White Tara, the Goddess of Love, Compassion and Peace in the Tibetan tradition. The White Tara has seven eyes, two at palms of her hands, and two at the sole of her feet, as well as the three usual ones. The eyes will be set with light blue diamonds 0.08mm in size. The base part, her lotus podium will probably change or go. Possibly platinum will be used for the back frame pin and bail. The work will to be a brooch and a pendant. Gold is 19k Orange Rose. The White Tara work began as a learning exercise in the Chasing and Repoussé techniques. It has grown into the beginning of something quite complex that due to budget and time limitations, is for now, waiting in its initial phase. The holes visible in the images, are preparations for settings, stones intended for this work are mostly natural fancy-colour diamonds with possibly some Burmese rubies. Slowly, about 200 different chasing tools and burnishers were made for Micro-Chasing. This is the name I use for this technique, ‘traditional Chasing and Repoussé is similar but employed on a larger scale, with relatively much bigger tools’, while many of my tools are but a millimeter or two across their working ends. Size is approx 35 x 55mm.       Inquire about this work