Quietly dedicated to doing his thing without fanfare, but with remarkable imagination and love of stones, this artist created a range of original pieces. We mourn his recent passing, but are so glad to have some of his last pieces to share with you. This dramatic pendant is one.
A trapezoid shape – one of his favorites – is set on its side, the granulated silver frame supporting a similar form of hand cut, beveled, natural labradorite. This is a stone with fascinating iridescence in its depths, changing according to the light, resembling the mysterious northern lights of its origin. It is an unusually large stone, beautifully contrasting with the glistening silver around it. The shepherd’s hook allows you to pair this striking pendant with beads, heishi, chains and/or collars.
The artist may have set down his tools, but his unusual, beautiful pieces live on for us to enjoy.