Thank you everyone for your help and thoughts on the tourmalines... green has won but it was close so I am going to make my new pendants and earrings in both colours! And here’s Violet a 2 year old Tibetan Terrier paw’sed in the shop, having had a good look round.
(HELP NEEDED) I’m working on a new collection of birthstone necklaces. October’s birthstone is tourmaline. Do you prefer the pink tourmalines or the green? If you’re short on time just a P for pink or G for green would be great. Thank you!
These earrings were the starting point for my new birthstone collection. Which will be ready in time for Christmas 🎄
Rose gold and fading hydrangea 💚💕💙
I wanted to thank the talented @meralgriffith for creating, styling and modelling in this wonderful shot. Meral is wearing my Phish earrings in gold, Baroque collar necklaces and my ring of many colours.
After a day of working on commissions. I'm terrible at taking a proper break so I’m afraid this photo is posed 🙈
Here’s my finished piece. I used an unusual triple pip setting to give the idea of the stones peeping out from between the branches.
Originally a commission for a special birthday, I’ve been inspired by the organic shapes of twisted branches.
Welcome October. This month’s birthstone is tourmaline, which is associated with protection and are believed to dispel negative energy, help resolve internal conflict and in return create positive energy. Some believe they help guard against environmental pollutants. Tourmalines come in a range of colours - I’ve chosen blue, olive green and pink for my birthstone collection
Oscar, a 4 year old, Labrador had a good look around my workshop to see if I had any food going!