Monday, October 25, 2010
Sunday, October 24, 2010
do you love a good party? with pinatas and candy and stuff? no? too grown up for that? isn't it sad that you can't rock out like a kid again and just have fun?
confetti system on big cartel has got you covered. amazing pinatas modeled after geological formations festooned in gold and silver.
quartz, crystal and meteorite formations. and do they offer swanky blindfolds for the whacking?
but of course! made of silk georgette and metalic leather for stylish eyes. and jewelry too? you know it. visit them here http://confettisystem.bigcartel.com
rough moissanite crystals and one lone terminated emerald crystal. which do you prefer - the wildly shaped manmade moissanite diamonds or the natural emerald? myself i am not sure...
the larger emerald (nearly 14 carats) is included with moonstone, a member of the feldspar family. its been in my collection forever and i just can't decide on how best to set it. suggestions anyone?
oh green loves pink in the most tender of ways. that combination just seems so natural. if only rose gold was actually pink, like these little sapphires. the green emerald and green tourmaline just seem to relax next to them.
Saturday, October 23, 2010
i so desperately want to make a whole line of labradorite set in 14k yellow gold. everyone's been telling me not to bother as conventionally speaking, labradorite is a lesser value than gold warrants. but what of it? doesn't it stand out so? i just want to rock this ring all day long.
my poor camera couldn't handle the light dancing on the surface of these diamonds. please trust me when i tell you that they are fantastically beautiful. the white freeform tear drop is about 7x6 mm and the mocha pear is roughly 8x6.
just practicing. i think i'll set them in one of a kind wax cast moldings. yellow or rose gold?
this one is definitely for yellow gold. pretty, pretty. the big exciting news is the giant emerald cut white diamond that is nearly here. 2.35 carats and 9.5x7.5 mm. when it arrives i shall sleep with it under my pillow and dream that it is mine to keep forever.
watermelon tourmaline 5.6 Carats.
mocking the color combination up.
the smaller emerald cut tourmaline collection.i've never understood the draw of the tourmaline until recently. they really are as beautiful as diamonds and in some cases nearly as expensive.
but i did manage to swing a little bit of a deal on a 256 carat lot of black with green tourmaline. i favor the longest emerald cut baguette at the top right. does it say "surround me in a generous layer of platinum and set me on a thick textured band" to you? because that's what i hear.