Bright and sharp cut of peristerite framed with silver. Peristerite is a specific type of moonstone that comes from Ontario, Canada. It's flash has a strong white hue with a bold blues.
The pendant is handmade and built around the cabochon using a combination of silver and brass metals. 2 mm lab blue spinels are pave set into the top brass border. All handmade from stock wire.
Comes with 24 inch chain 3 mm wheat chain, pendant is about 2-3/4 inch total length.
This little slice of Koroit boulder opal has been cabbed, polished, and housed permanently in metal. With a silver border, and 14 kt gold wire that wraps around the back...
This pendant was a wild construct made for the open call Polygonclub that I host last year. More info on polygonclub can be seen here- http://polygonclub.org/ Starting with the irregular...
Rhodochrosite is a mineral known for its distinct pink color. While most of the material out there has come from Argentina, this one in particular came from Peru. The colors from...