Arts & Consulting
Custom Earrings, Pendants, and Rings
This was the beginning of a complete set which will lead into an engagement ring that compliments the pendant, earrings, and bracelet we will create for her. 14K yellow gold, sterling silver, garnet, peridot and diamonds on a double strand chain, one sterling silver and one 14K yellow gold.
A gentleman from out of state commissioned this unique design. Courtney developed an ethereal color palette using purple sodalite, custom cut blue-green chrysocollas with malachite specs, and dazzling green tourmaline set in 14k yellow gold bezels throughout the piece. The center stone is a cushion cut purple amethyst set in 14k yellow gold with two brilliant Australian opals hanging down. The necklace it set in platinum silver with 14k yellow gold bead accents.
Bringing the sentiment of old into the new. Melted down a chunky heirloom bracelet to form these hand carved links. The organic detailing allows for nice fluid movement around the wrist. 14K yellow gold.
Earl cut these chrysoprase cabochons himself in a jewelry class at Creative Side Jewelry Academy. He commissioned Courtney to create these sterling silver earrings for his wife, Doris, as a an 18th wedding anniversary gift. Earl and Doris are active students at the jewelry academy.
Marisa's father commissioned this necklace as a graduation gift. The 14k yellow gold scrolls appear to dance around a 20x12 mm pear shaped purple amethyst. Diamonds are set in the small scrolls coming down and the bail is hidden behind the pendant so that it appears to float on its own volition. This necklace was designed to reflect and delight the dancer's spirit in Marisa's heart.
It was a pleasure creating this piece- transforming an element of danger into a beautiful badge of honor a and heroism. Letter from Erik: "Awhile ago the truck I was riding in was hit by a roadside bomb made up of mostly copper. When we got out of the truck, I found a 3 in piece of copper lodged in the armor of my truck right next to where I sit. I pulled the piece out and kept it and will be bringing it home. I'd like to make some sort of pendant for my girlfriend out of that copper piece."
This was a very sweet present from