A classic staple for any person who loves turquoise with a touch of joie de vivre. A turquoise slab in a beautiful aqua sky-blue has a lot of character with its ornamental lines and earthiness. One accent diamond sparkles in the bottom corner. Hanging from a sterling silver chain, the combo of materials is top-notch for daily wear and or an evening out on the town.
This is a unique statement piece that can be sweet and simple or loud and fierce depending on how you dress it up. With bead-set diamonds surrounding this large turquoise heart, it gives a bit of sparkle to a more earthy stone. Throw this baby on and own your one-of-a-kind style!
These beautiful Koroit opals flash vivid colors within a dark brown background, just like the arid landscape of their origin in Australia. Bezel set in rich yellow gold, the oval-shaped opal cabochons are suspended over the dagger-like sterling silver components, which have the signature archaic finish of Michael Jensen Designs. These mixed metal dangling earrings are an organically classic design and a great gift!
These beautiful Koroit opals from Australia have unique colors and patterns, and these drop earrings reflect a connection to the natural world. The opals are all bezel set in a timeless yellow gold and the warmth and richness radiate from these one-of-a-kind earrings. The opals flash colors within varying colors of browns and tans, just like the arid landscape of their origin in Australia. Absolutely mesmerizing and luxurious, this design by B. Noelle is an earthly artistic design to add to your collection!
Suspended from yellow gold french hooks with tiny accent diamonds, two stunning pieces of Kingman turquoise are the center of attention. Brilliant greenish blues with matrix are fascinating glimpses into the veins of stone that originate in Kingman, Arizona. This is the same mine that the American Indians used for trading over 1800 years ago. Designer Julie Romanenko accentuates each piece of turquoise with three round brilliant diamonds bezel set in gold. These earrings capture history, lore, and modern-day elegance.
Ciara Easterling finds inspiration and materials from deep within the earth. She searches for stories within the striations of time and brings them to life in her jewelry. This striking sterling silver ring is set with non-other than dinosaur bone. The lines which radiate out from the stone draw the eye and the imagination straight to the center. Make a statement with something from the Jurassic age!
There is something wonderful and intriguing in Rachel Atherley's work. She combines different elements of the natural world to create something beautiful and new. These earrings feature a soft dusty blue kyanite gem with rich yellow gold to create a feather. This feather forever etched in time moves and sparkles in the light as the wearer turns and nods their head. Allow yourself to be swept up in the grace of these earrings, and appreciate both Rachel's and mother nature's work.
* Fun Fact: Designer Rachel Atherley is a Montana native and graduated from Montana State University in Bozeman, Montana in 2002.
A historical perspective on modern jewelry, Michael Jensen Design's pieces balance archaic textures and techniques with modern stones and materials for an artisan look that is all their own. In this bespoke design, a Koroit Australian opal cabochon is wrapped in a bezel of rich yellow gold that drops beneath an organically driven textured pendant. Both the pendant and opal drop are adorned by teeny tiny granules of gold.
A rich purple-y blue glows from the depths of a raw tanzanite crystal, set with a singe round brilliant white diamond to highlight one sheer face. A yellow gold bail and chain add to the allure with their warm contrasting hues. By B. Noelle
Cold Hard Facts:
metal: 14K yellow gold, 18K yellow gold
length: 18" total length with stops at 16.5" 17.5"
chain: 1mm diamond cut cable chain with spring ring
stone: 1" X 5/8" tanzanite crystal (34.5ct )
gem accent: 0.015ct round brilliant-cut white diamond
The Spearpoint 'Trek' features a beautiful frame in heat-blued & hand-forged "Twist" damascus and inlaid with an out-of-this-world meteorite scale. The scale is from a section of the Gibeon meteorite which fell in the desert of Namibia in prehistoric times. A timeless heirloom, this bespoke knife is to be proudly worn and used for a lifetime before being handed-down to another generation.
Cold hard facts:
blade: hand forged, 'Wave' damascus steel with ZDP-189 core
frame: heat-blued & hand-forged 'Twist' damascus by Chad Nichols
This portrait-style Montana moss agate has beautiful clarity with burnt red, black and light copper coloring in its center. Framed by sterling silver and accented by raw diamond crystals & gold, the signature texturing on the bail and frame adds a natural rawness to this piece. This beautiful & striking stone has been turned into a stunning piece of jewelry with fine detail by Michael Jenson from the Vetus collection!
Did you know:
Along with the Montana Sapphire, the official state gemstone of Montana is the Montana agate...since 1969!