Rebecca has a magical way of preserving the original beauty of the natural elements from which she choses to create art. This necklace is a great example of her ability to pair together organic shapes. A sterling chain comprised of uniquely shaped links holds a variety of materials. The main part of the pendant is a lovely deep green stone followed by an opal and a beautiful piece of rare sea glass. There is a small peridot stone and another opal incorporated into either side of the chain. Sterling hook clasp.
sterling, stone, opal, sea glass, moonstone, peridot
When a woman wears a piece of jewelry she shows the world a glimpse of her Soul.
Jewelry can be something more than ornament. It can be a powerful talisman, a token of sentiment, or a symbol of love. It can inspire, comfort, or hold a special memory. Initially, one may see the beauty of a gemstone or an elegant composition, but the true value of a piece of jewelry is the secret it keeps, the special relationship between the jewel and the wearer.
By treating found objects as precious, I expose the natural beauty of their color, texture, and shape. The challenge is in creating harmony from arrangements of natural objects.
Every piece of jewelry I create is unique. I am inspired by a new found object, the history of an old button or tintype photograph. Initially, one may see the beauty of a stone or an elegant composition, but the true value of a piece of jewelry is the special meaning it keeps for the wearer.