01/40 “Harlequin Blue” An unusual bracelet comprising a combination of Thai blue and Burmese pink sapphires. The large cushion shape harlequin cut sapphire in the clasp is mounted in 18ct yellow gold and supports fourteen rows of graduated faceted intense pink sapphires. This is the first completed of these designs, which inspired me to create others in different materials.
02/40 “White Fan” The top broach, which is quite unique, created from an interesting collection of six baroque white Australian Keshi pearls. Five pearls form finials at the top of the 18ct white gold distorted fan shape center with the sixth pearl forming a tail at its base. “ Snow Buds” the lower broach with its large and two smaller Keshi pearls simulating flower buds with a pair of carved Ceylonese sapphires leaves all set in 18ct white gold.
03/40 “Heavenly Black Angel” This pendent was created around the ebony head of a young man. Bought by a friend in New York this Blackamoor piece carved in the 1920’s has been converted into an angel with 18ct yellow gold wings and white gold mounted blue moonstone shoulders. The magnificent South Sea Pearl base sets it apart and represents a truly unique piece.