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Exploring Salt and pepper rose cut diamonds

Exploring Salt and pepper rose cut diamonds

Commission opportunities await beautiful, interesting, unique stunning sparkle.

History

The rose cut resembles the petals of a rose by trying to imitate the narrowing spiral of the petals; hence the name: rose cut diamond. The basic rose cut diamond has a flat base, without the pavilion, and the crown has various triangular facets that form a point rather than a table. The rose cut diamond often possesses brilliance, life and character with which no modern diamond can compare. The rose cut is not new, it was created by Belgian and Dutch cutters since the 1500s. The cut remained popular during the Georgian...


Getting inspired

Getting inspired

Morning walks at Lemoine Point have stated to inspire some new pieces. The New line is called "Sticks and Stones.  Random found organic objects are being incorporated to wearable art.  The first was a pair of earrings using a piece of drift wood found along the shore in a pair of earrings.  The next is a necklace with a pebble one saw and picked up the detail in it caught the eye for some reason and I have kept it in the studio.  Well this became the next piece and was incorporated with some of the drift wood too. 

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hammer...saw... file... drill...

hammer...saw... file... drill...

Little setback this week but things are coming along ... Gold wedding bands - Josh’s ring red gold inlay and carving done ready for limestone inlay, pulled remaining red gold wire a little bit thinner for Heather‘s ring, just beginning to carve her’s and add the red gold inlay, an order for splash limestone inlay earrings just needs it’s limestone, bracelets coming along nicely finished a limestone and pearl bracelet and working on another custom diamond two-tone gold ring hammer...saw... file... drill...


P r e c i o u s M e t a l

P r e c i o u s  M e t a l

 

P r e c i o u s  m e t a l .... 7 pieces transformed.  Client ~ “Can't wait to see everything.  And I am so pleased about the gold earrings.  Thank you so much for your patience with them.  They are more than antique and were my grandmother's, who died in 1969, the year our son was born and mankind landed on the moon.”

 


January sparkle

January sparkle

I hope the New Year is flowing heartfully for all!

 It's busy in the studio with lovely commission's from beautiful stories, passed down pieces, and the magic of bringing them into a new expression. Offering that closeness, and soft smile on a rough day of loved ones passed, uniquely designed to wear and feel wonderful is in motion. 

New pieces are coming to life for the website too!  

New roller print designs and New Rooted designs