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Eight tapered cylinders of intense blue, flecked with gold, and complemented by gold discs are anchored by a pillow of rutilated quartz. This 18-inch necklace was inspired by Metropolitan Museum Store interpretation of beads from the Harappan civilization (Indus Valley, 3rd millenium BC). $150.

Long (about 2") squared oval floral pendant, on 18" Sterling silver omega chain, $60. And yes, we have more pendants!

Pale and translucent green calla lilies, with peridot centers and bases. Sterling silver wires, $35. More calla lily jewelry...

Detail from 8-link cuff bracelet, 7-1/2 inches, magnetic clasp, $90.

Life-size chestnut oak acorns and little oak leaves, 20". $125. This got a lot of attention on its road test! At Wind, Water and Light, Champaign, IL.

This necklace was inspired by a color combination in a textile design resource: olive green, ivory and pale lavender--check out the detail view. Sterling silver clasp, 20". $90.

Polymer clay collier of millefiori "enamel" on faux copper plates. Copper links and chain. SOLD ($85.)

"Summer Sky Torn Paper" bead necklace with black onyx, 18". $90.

The colors and shape of this lotus blossom are modelled after an illustration of an ancient Egyptian decoration in Owen Jones' Grammar of Ornament. Adjustable-length satin cord, $45.

Three brooches. From left: $30, $20, $36.

"Mad Hatter" pins. Left: SOLD ($35). Right: $30.

Above: Faux copper pendants with faux and vrai turquoise, silver chains.Left $30, right donated to auction to raise funds for Spurlock Museum.

Below: Domed oval beads, egg-yolk yellow polymer clay, 20". Private collection.

1. Faux marble goddesses on sterling silver wires, $25.

2.This necklace was inspired by Japanese imari ware, which has appealed to me ever since I can remember. Seventeen beads, most about 15mm (over 1/2 inch), knotted on adjustable-length cord. $80.Close-up view...

Like big pins? This one, inspired by an Art Deco design of Josef Hoffmann, is 2" x 2.5". Polymer and labradorite, $65.

Quilt pins, $30 each.

Three faux ivory beads bound in gold-filled wire, on Buna-N cord, gold-filled clasp. $45.


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