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  • Inspiration: Enduring Splendor Exhibition at the Fowler Museum

    I recently went to an exquisite little exhibit at the Fowler Museum at UCLA called “Enduring Splendor – Jewelry of India’s Thar Desert”. If you’re a fan of big, chunky, “ethnic” looking jewelry (for lack of a better term) as I obviously am, and/or if......

  • My Top Five Picks From the 2017 Tucson Gem Show

    The Tucson Gem Show was a blast, and even though I was less overwhelmed than I thought I was going to be as I mentioned in my last blog post, we covered an enormous amount of ground and saw many truly incredible crystals of all......

  • Six Stones to Start Off Your Crystal Collection

    If you’re new to the fascinating world of crystals you can quickly become overwhelmed by the breadth and depth of all there is to learn and know. I, for one, have been fascinated by stones for essentially my entire life, and felt myself to be......

  • This might sound crazy, but the stones talk to me.

      If I do say so myself, I have excellent shopping radar (sometimes to my detriment). This intuitive gift or whatever you want to call it served me quite well during my recent (and first!) trip to Tucson for the world-famous Gem Show. I was prepared......

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Like the women who wear them, each of my pieces is a unique treasure. The way the light illuminates their facets. And the imperfections add to their magnificence. Made by hand. Crafted by earth. Enhanced by you.


Let the shopping begin. As a child, I loved collecting stones. While some things never change, this collection often does. These are one-of-a-kind pieces. So, if something’s calling you, name it. And claim it. If you don’t see your piece in “The Collection” be sure to explore “The Possibilities”.


For a long time now, I have worn a stack of bracelets on my left arm. It’s just kind of happened over the years. All things I love; not purchased with intent to go together or match. Each with a story and meaning to me. Separate but intertwined. Pretty much every day. Periodically something gets very organically added. Or breaks or disappears. And like reading back over words in a journal, it feels kind of like it evolves with me. The same thing happens with necklaces. But it has never happened with rings. Until last month. At a recent retreat in Joshua Tree, this stone found me. It was the only one I picked up off Nicole’s tray. I placed it immediately on my finger and I carried it around balancing that way until I could find her to commit to having her make it into a ring. It was a splurge. But it was a “can’t not do.” I love the color and the shape and the size. And I feel an intuitive knowing that it is meant to be with me. A reminder, somehow, of my inner self and my journeys. The only thing on my right hand. Broken open and also beautiful. Weighty and also light. Supported each day like I knew I was in that desert. Happiness is wearing your insides on your outsides.

Amy B

Richmond, Virginia

I collaborated on this custom Power Piece, a druzy stone bolo necklace, with maker Nicole Foos. It’s so beautiful that I’ve hung it for display in my home and can’t wait to take it down for its first wear. I met Nicole at a retreat in Joshua Tree. Her story is incredibly inspiring: after a career including everything from law to event planning, Nicole “risked making a fool of myself and followed my heart” into sculpting and then jewelry classes. “I always sensed there was creativity in me somewhere. But I just couldn’t figure out, for the life of me, how to access it.” I am so glad she figured it out! By the way my kids love it too. They’ve made requests for me to wear it! 😍 Thank you.

Christine G

Seattle, Washington