Works of art belonging to the so-called "pure arts", such as paintings or sculptures, are usually placed in one specifically intended area, such as on a wall or a pedestal in a favourite room. Ordinarily, they will stay there for years. For me, creating jewellery is like bringing a miniature work of art to life. One which you can then take with you anywhere and enjoy in any setting.
Where does one start with such a project? A good way is to firstly find unique stones. Such gems catch the eye, not only because of their excellent cut, but also their unique properties and amazing colours.
Ametrine is a purple/yellow, naturally occurring mineral that is a combination of amethyst and citrine.
The stones for this project were specially ordered from Bolivia. They are accompanied by pink sapphires that complete the composition and give the necklace lightness. Each setting is made individually by hand and adjusted to the stones in such a way that they do not rotate when worn.