Tools of Tradition. The center piece is a stylized arrow point cut from Wyoming black jade. Primarily fabricated in sterling silver with touches of 14 karat yellow gold. Set below the jade is a fine red ruby. The necklace is linked with braided leather transitioning to silver chain
Fabricated in sterling silver this unusual bracelet holds a center piece of Wyoming black jade. The jade is hand-crafted into a stylized arrow tip and set by 14 karat yellow gold prongs. Another highlight of this bracelet is a bezel set elk ivory. A fine red ruby accents this work.
Fabricated in sterling silver with copper barbed wire design this bracelet is host to an oval cut Wyoming black jade cabochon gem. This was my auction item at the 2014 Western Design Conference. It was well received.
14 karat yellow and rose gold Eagle Feathers embrace an custom cut oval cabochon of Wyoming Black Jade with Elk Ivory bezel set in Sterling Silver. Charlene commissioned this bracelet be made for her after we met in Jackson Hole's Western Design Conference in September of 2014. She had seen my auctioned bracelet there and really liked the look, so she provided some guidelines for the design