A long wing form is just the right foil for this boulder opal doublet, showing off its vivid blues and pinks. Sterling silver and 24k gold; 2.5" x 7/8".
Butterfly Wing Pins with Boulder Opal
Striking colors meet simple silhouettes. Our pins are hand-pierced sterling silver wings adorned with free-form boulder opal doublets set in 22 karat gold. They're light enough to be worn on a blouse, and the versatile color palette goes with almost everything.
"Ocean" Boulder Opal Brooch
A large, natural, Australian boulder opal in the colors of the sea and softly undulating surface. Its smooth contours contrast with the almost-geometric textured frame and five perfectly spherical beads. In 18k and 22 karat gold. One-of-a-kind (like pretty much everything on our gallery).
"Revolutionary" Diamond Brooch
Created for our friend and downstairs neighbor, Marie, owner of Revolutionary Concord. The diamonds are all from heirloom rings, scattered onto a convertible pin-pendant that somehow references a starburst and Minutemen simultaneously. Ecclectic and fun, just like Marie!
Cuprite Heart Pins
Yes, it's really a gem and not a miniature painting! A black and white version of "common opal", which features fern-like inclusions of manganese, creating a tranquil winter scene. This one makes a truly unique brooch with a freeform shape. 24k bezel, 18k yellow gold elsewhere.
Utah Variscite Brooch
Golden Druzy Brooch
Charcoal grey suit? Can be dreary. Add a bit of sun to it. This one-of-a-kind brooch made of 18k gold, druzy quartz, and ruby is part honey, part Halley's comet, with a dash of raspberry, like a celestial Cosmopolitan. In 18k gold, it's not your typical lapel adornment, but an earthy, sophisticated statement. Can also be worn as a pendant, by the way.