A collection of leaves in various materials, celebrating the beauty of nature. Wire, gemstones, Leaf skeletons - leaf jewellery in all shapes and sizes form this collection.
22" long, this necklace has a cottonwood leaf skeleton, electroplated in silver as it's focal point. The leaf has been embellished with tiny turquoise beads, red jade and labradorite, and has jade and agate beads dangling in front of it in a swirl. The pendant is carried on a necklace made of rough kyanite nuggets in the most beautiful inky blue, separated by tiny seed pearls and set off by discs of creamy, lustrous coin pearls separated by red agate beads. The toggle clasp is a pretty butterfly.
Listen to the Rain
23" long made with graduated turquoise heishi beads interspersed with silvery crystals, this necklace carries a maple leaf skeleton. The turquoise beads are set off by triangular crystals and three paisley howlite beads dyed in a deep blue. Three tiny strands of apatite beads dangle in front of the lead, from a S shaped swirl, each one carrying an AB polished, colourful Czech raindrop bead. The toggle clasp is a dragonfly. Listen to the falling rain!
A torque necklace of tarnish free silver plated wire coiled over a strong core and wound around with semi-precious teardrop beads of prehnite, howlite, colour enhanced jade, citrine, carnelian, crystal teardrops and Czech glass beads. Lucite leaves, in a frosty white accent the semi-precious gemstones at regular intervals. A handmade clasp and extension chain finish this necklace off so that it is fully adjustable and fits everyone. A pretty necklace - to wear at a wedding or afternoon tea perhaps??
A torque necklace of tarnish free silver plated wire coiled over a strong core and wound around with semi-precious beads of prehnite, amethyst, colour enhanced jade, crystals, opalite, crystal teardrops and Czech glass beads. A handmade clasp and extension chain finish this necklace off so that it is fully adjustable and fits everyone. A pretty necklace - to wear at a wedding or afternoon tea perhaps??