Cowboy, horseman, rodeo star, administrator, activist striving to maintain the integrity of Native arts; oh, and a multiple award-winning jeweler!
This remarkable artist creates beautiful, graceful and feminine pieces that are as well-made as they are beautiful.
These delicate dangles are silver squares, gentled by cutting each side into a pair of petals.
The edges, and the petals themselves, are daintily chiseled in pleasing patterns.
Each flower is centered with a cabochon of tsavorite, a rare, green garnet found in Africa. It occurs naturally, without any color-changing treatment.
Backed by silver, these garnets seem almost black, but show luminous green depths in the light.
With pretty ornamentation on the silver, and a contrasting, smooth surface to the unusual stones, these earrings are ultra-feminine, and certainly flattering.
They beautifully adapt to all sorts of occasions, from the most casual to the dressiest.