This retiring, but terrifically gifted jeweler loved colorful stones, and placed them in simple but effective silver settings, when he found one he thought really special. This beautiful blue lapis is an example.
Shaped like a sail in the wind, the slightly curved triangle of this rich, deep blue stone is followed faithfully in the form of the silver around it. There are glittering areas of pyrite that suggest the sun reflecting off the sea. This “fool’s gold” is a coveted and lovely matrix in lapis stones.
Set high above the granulated texture of the silver background, the lapis is framed by a rolled and chiseled frame of highly polished silver, with coordinating bail. Royal blue and gold, this pendant will set off your yachting clothes. No yacht? It will look like a million dollars on any chain, collar or beads.
Henry is, sadly, no longer with us; his work will continue to bring beauty to our world for generations to come.