This necklace has a Jasper focal bead with round jasper beads (I forget the specific name for this variety of jasper but it has one) and freshwater pearl accents. It is strung to 17.75” on a durable wire with a soldered sterling spring ring clasp.
Jasper necklace with Chrome diopside, sterling snowflake and daisy accents. It has a sterling spring ring clasp.
This more conservative jasper necklace is strung with andalusite and pearls of varying sizes. It is strung just under 17” on a durable wire with a soldered sterling spring ring clasp.
This is subtle. Grays and sea foam green color-enhanced pearls with khaki tans and cream colors in the jasper pendant. It is strung with labradorite and white zircon accents. The pendant measures 1 ½” long.
This jasper focal bead has swirls of teal and lavender. It is accented by segments of large facetted round crystal beads with amazonite cubes in the centers. The predominant beads are freshwater, cultured color-enhanced seafoam green pearls. It is strung on a durable, flexible wire to 18 ½” in length with a soldered spring ring clasp.
This neutral palette is a great addition to any wardrobe. It is a jasper focal bead with Botswana facetted agate beads and white, freshwater, cultured pearls. It is strung to 18” on a durable fluid wire with a soldered spring ring clasp.
I met artist Karen Bye in Tucson last year. She is doing what I always wished I knew how to do. She is making small, wearable perfume bottle pendants. They are just gorgeous. The tops really open and you can actually use them with essential oils or just wear them because they are so pretty. I have strung this vessel with peach and silver color-enhanced, freshwater, cultured pearls and iolites.
The beads on this jasper necklace are expertly matched to the colors of the focal bead pendant. My friend Lindsay designed this necklace, “she’s come a long way, Baby!” Sterling daisy beads are painstakingly strung between each bead of green jasper, facetted garnets, and peach aventurines. The different textures of the beads add so much to the overall design that you have to feel it to fully appreciate this piece.
This jasper necklace has peridot mirror cut beads, very light green citrines, and sterling silver jack beads. It has two faces so I am showing both sides. It is strung to 18.25” on a durable wire with a soldered sterling spring ring clasp.
This pretty blue-green jasper is strung simply on pearls. It has chalcedony and citrine accents and is much prettier in person. This necklace is strung to 18.5 inches in length.
The pendant on this necklace is jasper. It is strung with natural-color peach, freshwater, cultured seed pearls and micro onyx accents. The bail is sterling silver. This necklace is strung to 17.25” on a durable synthetic fiber that moves like silk but doesn’t stretch, shred or fray like silk. It has a soldered sterling spring ring clasp. The pendant measures 5/8” x 1 ½”.
This new jasper design has been in my head since Tucson. It is jasper, silver jack beads and facetted green tourmalines. The necklace is strung on a flexible, durable wire to about 18 1/8" in length. The pendant measures 2 1/8" x 1 3/8".
Multi-gemstones and lots of pink tourmalines dress up this white jasper focal bead. There are also seed pearl accents. It is strung to 16.75 inches in length on wire with a sterling spring ring clasp.
The jasper is casual and the seed pearls are dressy! This necklace is mauve and white. It is strung to 18.5 inches in length on wire with a sterling spring ring clasp and accent rhodolite garnet facetted beads.
This is a great look. It is watermelon tourmaline matched slices with emeralds and aquamarines on the ends. It is strung to 7” long with a lobster claw clasp.
This jasper necklace has brown moonstone, sterling silver daisies, labradorite, and bronze freshwater, cultured, color-enhanced pearls. It is strung to 18.5” on a durable wire with a soldered sterling spring ring clasp.
This brick red jasper necklace has bronze freshwater, cultured, color-enhanced pearls accented by daisies and an intensely red coral bead. My instinct is that the coral is dyed but I bought them so long ago, I can’t recall if I asked. I think these red coral beads were the first I ever bought way back in 1989! This necklace is strung to 16” on a durable wire with a soldered sterling spring ring clasp.