Here it is, I call it the “Sunshine” ring. The fit of the two rings are so precise and the angles of the rays and the diamonds are such that when the complete ring is worn, you can’t tell that it’s actually made of three pieces. It looks like one ring with rays coming out… Read more »
Nairi has long fingers and she wanted to wear her new cocktail ring on her index finger. My idea was to make these rays of light that would seem they are sprouting from the original ring. Something very happy that would embrace her original ring from her mom…
This is Nairi’s ring which she inherited from her mom. She asked me to take it apart and use the gems to make a new ring, some thing more her style, so she can wear it as a cocktail ring. I don’t think all old pieces should be touched and so was my opinion of… Read more »
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of meeting and working with a delightful couple, named Melissa and David. They wanted a very specific design that would incorporate their initials along with their new born baby’s. This is how the “Melissa” pendant was created. It’s a beautiful 1mm thick solid gold tablet with rounded… Read more »
The “Britt Flower” bead necklace is made of 18K yellow gold flower beads with an 18K yellow gold cable chain passing through the beads. The flower beads are randomly spaced. This version, has 13 flower beads, five of them have a round brilliant cut diamond set on both sides of the bead, with a total weight of 0.21… Read more »
One of my newest pieces for the “Bridal/Love” collection is this fun and elegant kiss pendant that I hand carved in wax then casted in Sterling silver. It’s set with one 0.03 carat diamond, which is about 2mm in diameter and slides comfortably on a sterling silver cable chain. The chain is 16″ long and has… Read more »
This is the third part of the tutorial video that shows how to clean the pin that we put in Part 2. It shows how to buff and pre-polish the repaired area of the necklace.
This is a tutorial video that shows how to put back the bar link, attach it with a pin and solder the two end points of the pin.
This is a video tutorial that shows how to remove bar links from a white gold necklace