Posts Tagged ‘gemstones’

New Stock – Lots of Rose Cuts

These lovely stones are all natural in color and origin and conflict free! I had them custom cut for me 🙂 The 8mm topaz has already sold but the other stones are available for custom orders.

Please, no request for these loose stones, they are custom cut and hard for me to re-stock with the high minimum order requirements set by my supplier. Thank you for understanding.

New Stock – Mixed Gemstones

Another batch of my new stock arrived today. They are a mix of some great semi-precious stones that were slightly modified so I can use them both ways (as ‘rose cuts’ or faceted stones!).

I got some really adorable tiny hearts too, I cannot want to set them into a set of engagement rings. Stacking rings are really popular with the younger brides so these two stones are perfect together!

The garnet slices are my fave, they are so organic looking and would look amazing set in prongs or bezels. I would love to design a long necklace that uses these stones.

Enjoy the pictures below and feel free to email me regarding some custom orders 🙂

New Stock Arriving!

I have tons of new stock arriving over the next few weeks. Rose cut diamonds and semi-precious stones. More free form tourmaline, a beautiful peach sapphire,  and more!  I will post these items on my blog for custom orders so come back and visit!

Rose Cut Gems

More pictures from the same supplier sending me the flat garnet slices…this is a selection of some of the lovely stones I am getting! I do not know if I will be able to finish any pieces before my vacation but custom requests are welcome to reserve the stock. Gemstones include iolite and amethyst, blue sapphire, emerald, pink tourmaline, flat onyx, citrine, aquamarine, brandy topaz and lapis!

New Stuff

I got some great gemstones and am dying to try set them! These tiny  sapphires are full of color and shine. Since the sizes are slightly off I tried ready made bezels and they do not all fit….I am thinking that I need to work on making my own bezels for tiny stones from scratch. I think the practice will pay off since I can then start using some more oddly shaped stones!

The gold filled hoops were an experimental piece. I am trying to find some 19 gauge wire to use instead of 18 since its too light to forge into hoops.