These Orange Oregon Opals are a triple threat! Opal is the Birthstone for October, Orange is the Color of Halloween and these are US mined in Oregon! They were also cut by a US Marine Vet in AZ and set by a US Navy Vet in AZ (that's me, Jewelry Fans). Does that make them a penta-threat? Well, I may have made up that word, but I'm so excited to bring this Collection to you, Jewelry Fans.
A: The Bridge Pendant reminds us to build connections with each other. Today, with all the channels to communicate, directly into our hearts and homes, we are more separated than ever. We must build connection as the tube bail bridges the distance between the structural armatures of the pendant. The 30g wire twines between two supports, two separate, but important structures, one wrap, one word, one moment in time where we stretch towards each other and Communicate, not "communihate". Measuring just over 1 1/2" long and 3/4" wide, this Oxidized (and buffed) pendant has a gorgeous Oregon Fire Opal triangle measuring around 5/8" on each side. I've tucked a nearly black 3.5mm Tourmaline into the tube setting in the bottom right of the pendant. Offered on a 16" ball chain, different lengths are available (just note on the order when completing checkout).
B: Double Trouble Hinged Oxidized Pendant measuring 5/8" across and 1 3/8" long. The two Orange Oregon Fire Opals take center stage in this Necklace. Offered on a 16" ball chain, different lengths are available (just note on the order when completing checkout).
As ever, the radiant texture on my bezels reminds us to seek a higher level of energy in our lives. Shedding negative and low energy allows us to resonate with Joy, Happiness, and Hope and encourages us to seek alignment in our hearts and minds.
All pieces are handcrafted by me, in my Arizona studio using low environmentally impacting process. The Fine Silver is nickel free and great for sensitive skin.