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Our pins and brooches can be made in white or yellow gold, platinum, or sterling silver, and many can be modified to wear as pendants. A large variety of stones are available for inlay, including Australian Opal, Malachite, Sugalite, Turquoise, Lapis, Coral and Black Onyx. Faceted stones include diamonds, rubies, emeralds, garnets, sapphires, citrine, amethyst, tourmaline and more. Prices on all pieces vary according to metal and stones. 

Pins
Click on the images for a closer look and descriptions.

Sterling & 14KT painter's pallet pin/pendant

  14kt/Inlay Parrot Pin     14kt Hummingbird Pin

 

  Small 14kt Hummingbird Pin

JM104   $195
Sterling Silver Artist's Pallet pin with 14KT gold brushes. Paint splashes are assorted natural stone inlay.

  JM113     $450
14KT yellow gold parrot brooch with opal, coral, and other natural stone chip inlay.
  JM91     $650
Large hummingbird brooch shown in 14KT yellow gold with turquoise and opal inlay

 

JM62     $445
Small hummingbird pin pendant in 14KT yellow gold. Available stones for inlay include opal, sugilte, lapis, coral, and turquoise
       

14KT opal/sapphire/amethyst pin

  14KT pin with onyx druzy and sapphires   14KT dragonfly pin

 

 

One of a Kind
Opal and amethyst are the primary stones featured in this unique 14KT yellow brooch designed and crafted by James Hardwick

  One of Kind
Onyx druzy is bezel set beneath a curved row of Ceylon sapphires in this one of a kind pin/brooch crafted in 14KT yellow gold
  One of a Kind Dragonfly Pin
14KT yellow gold dragonfly with diamonds, rubies, emeralds, and sapphires.

 

 
       

 

           

 

           
             
             

Photos by Azad and James Hardwick


**IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL PRICES ARE FOR JEWELRY AS SHOWN, AND WILL VARY ACCORDING TO THE STONES THAT ARE USED.
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