Three turquoise cabochons inside this shadowbox pendant emerge against blackened silver amongst fluid, feminine line. The organic shape that reveals the stones was handcut into fine silver.
Turquoise is an excellent stone for the throat, heart, and third eye chakras. The triple goddess represents the “Great Goddess” who is at once the Maiden, Mother, and Crone. Silver is an element that represents the Moon, or the intuitive feminine. Wear this pendant when you want to make an open-hearted bold statement.
Traditional Native American shadowbox technique. 3 inches long, 1/2 inch wide, 1/4 inch deep. Entirely handcrafted fine silver. Signed on the back. One-of-a-kind.
Signature design – turquoise and polished silver hollow form shadow box pendant is entirely handmade. Turquoise nestled inside the pendant pops against a black background and organically shaped design.
Modern and smooth shape embraces flowing and natural line.
This piece is approximately two inches long by half an inch wide. One quarter inch deep. Signed on the back. One-of-a-kind. Fine silver.
Seriously fun ring! This piece comfortably fits on the finger as the top opens up to reveal a bright red carnelian center. The carnelian has two small blossoms of pale red, giving clues to the process of its formation—and—making the stone unusual and unique.
Expect comments when you wear this piece!! It’s a delightful beauty!
Whenever I have shows coming up, I just want to make fun, unique pieces. In less than two weeks—December 8th and 9th, 2012 (booth #52)—I’ll be showing at the Pueblo Grande Museum Indian Market in Phoenix, Arizona—the last of the big shows this year! I’m really excited.
The top of the ring rises about a quarter of an inch from the finger and is approximately an inch in diameter. Hand-carved and one-of-a-kind.