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  • A commission using turquoise, amber and coral delivered by a client: the balance through asymmetry is spectacular.
  • A set of men’s shirt studs and cufflinks with exquisite rutile quartz stones in 18ct gold. To make him feel really special on an evening out!
  • Four magnificent tourmalines and a half-carat diamond set in a strong 18ct white gold bangle. Precious; Statement.
  • A shell purchased in Tahiti together with baroque pearls and shell beads cut in Germany harmonise beautifully.
  • Four fine blue sapphires flow across a finger in this 18ct white and yellow gold ring.
  • Inanga jade from New Zealand’s South Island as a fine brooch for coat or jacket.
  • Turquoise, a very special blue too seldom found naturally today. Set in a fine 18ct gold chain to an elegant necklace.
  • A brooch in Shibori technique silver with a strong pink calcite. Lightweight, for wear on today’s thin fabrics.
  • Mangaroa, the long white shark of Maori mythology and part of their depiction of the Milky Way, is presented in myriad diamonds. The shark can be worn separately as a brooch. From the Navigator collection (Click on image to see more).
  • ‘Liquid Honey’. THE most spectacular Mexican matrix opal, golden pearls from Indonesia and a sprinkling of diamonds, all set in 18ct yellow gold. Irresistible.
  • Always a delight, the landscape agate is nature’s way of painting just as evocatively as man! Drop earrings in silver, a great birthday gift?
  • The incomparable Double Ring. A central moonstone, with facets on the under surface, is matched with cabochon sapphires and a ruby. Trace the white gold wire running through the settings!
  • Crystal in crystal, the phantom quartz is fascinating and cut by the hand of Munsteiner, shows beautifully. The mandarin garnet brings colour emphasis.
  • Paua shell and dendrite agate bangle in silver, with beach pebble. Colours of the sea and textures of the beach.
  • The orange of a mandarin garnet and the golden hue of a baroque Indonesian pearl make such a warm combination in this pendant. Sparkle courtesy of a little diamond ...
  • A layered agate in Catherine wheel cut, pendant to a grey moonstone cabochon. Worthy of any ball gown.
  • For centuries, diamond and pearl have been jewellery’s favourites? A Cook Island black pearl (in the champagne colour range) is set with a full carat, a half-carat and two quarter-carat diamonds in 750/000 yellow and white gold. Ideal for that very special anniversary or birthday?
  • Multi-coloured Cook Island black pearls with a central diamond and Mexican fire opal feature. Classic with a twist: enchanting.
  • ‘Floating’. Two Indonesian golden pearls and an antique cut Indian diamond are seemingly unsupported when this ring is worn, ideally on a middle finger.
  • Five little golden leaves with diamond accents between aquamarine and topaz beads.
  • For the index finger. As seen here, for the left hand since the flat side sits between index and middle finger, whilst the structured side is on the open surface and serves as a worry-bead substitute for the thumb!
  • Calcite pink emphasising the crystals in an agate by Lorenz. Belemnite fossil, diamond, onyx and rock crystal beads complete a dramatic collage.
  • Two new stones, sourced at Munich’s Inhorgenta jewellery fair in February. A rock crystal teamed with a facetted mandarin garnet in a broad silver setting with gold highlights.
  • The humble button, in mother-of-pearl, is celebrated with diamonds and strung on shaped onyx beads. A calm appreciation of the dressmaker’s art.
  • Mexican opal beads form a wrist-band from a fine agate ring in this unusual concept. Very elegant to wear.
  • Two keshi pearls, one black one golden, nestle side by side on an 18ct gold shank.
  • ‘Many Moons’ from the Winnetou collection. Featuring a beef-bone carving of a moon, by Kerry Thompson, this tells of the passing of time in native America.
  • Wonderfully rich citrines, cut by Munsteiner, are set on a stirrup shank and separated by a golden channel. This balances best on a middle finger, keeping the axis square to the hand.
The Artist Goldsmith