Known for his antique-look jewelry, Stan meticulously fabricates traditional silver elements in an antique finish, and assembles them in unique designs, paired with fine stones.
This lovely, rich green turquoise is from the Southwest, in a graceful, elongated oval shape.
Natural, Royston turquoise, in a handsome combination of leafy greens and earthy brown matrix, is set off by the virtuoso, satin-finished silver work and well-balanced design.
The silver work is varied, precise, decorative, and beautifully designed. Total effect: a delightful look that is almost Victorian.
This ring is a fine example of this artist’s facility with traditional Navajo jewelry elements, in a personal interpretation.
Look at the details in the silver: Teensy, hand-fluted half-beads, a minutely chiseled silver “rope” bezel, repousse ovals, and more.
This “neo-traditional” style combines the charm of the past with the design savvy and skills of the present, together with a first-quality, gorgeous turquoise.
What a beautiful combination!