Mountain Lace features my hands-down top selling signature Lace artwork. Every month I create a brand-new Lace design, each inspired by the theme. Laces are seamless, highly detailed, and always feature a stone on the face. Laces always take a lot more love but are worth it every time… so I try to really give them killer one-of-a-kind stones. To most, the snow would give way to rain but here in the Rockies… April snow showers bring delicate spring flowers! I’ve noticed the bravest blossoms are often Grape Hyacinth, vibrant Spring Beauty Crocus, and tiny Western Blue Flax. Drawing inspiration from the spring flowers, I’ve paired Mountain Lace with Periwinkle shades of Tanzanite, Australian Boulder Opal, and the flashiest Moonstones I’ve ever seen. Many of the stones have been carved by a local artisan into stunning delicate spring blooms and moons because there is no such thing as “extra” in my vocabulary. The artwork of Mountain Lace will remind you of melting ice giving way to delicate flowers, indicative of early spring in the Rockies. You will simply be blown away by the amount of perfect detail packed into such a small package.
- This design has been paired with an incredible Australian Boulder Opal. Opal is a mineraloid, meaning it is neither crystal nor mineral but rather a special subclass of silicate with a high water content. Not all Opals exhibit a rainbow color play but precious gemstone does. This unique rainbow effect is made only possible by it’s unusual mineraloid structure. Australian Boulder Opal is typically cut to either include a pocket of opal within the ironstone host stone or left with a backing of ironstone host stone to create a stronger opal with a stunning opaque background.
The Princess Crystal Ball Necklaces were designed by popular request! Each sphere is the smallest size available with the most invisible setting possible. Making the Princess style smaller allows for a super strong design without fringe. Packed with just as much detail as the Queen Crystal Ball, the Princess Crystal Ball is the perfect option for those who prefer more petite necklaces.
The Full Metal Rollerball Necklace is inspired by my love and knowledge of Historical Jewelry, specifically the Victorian Chatelaine. The concept of a Rollerball Necklace or perfume vessel jewelry dates back all the way to ancient Romans. It was later revived and popularized during the Victorian era, worn on what was called a Chatelaine. A Chatelaine was a piece of jewelry with small chains suspending various small tools. These were not just any tools but rather extremely elaborate and decorative pieces; typically thimbles, scissors, notebooks, pencils, and vessels for perfume oils. The most commonly found perfume bottles were either made entirely from metal or encased in metal. It should be noted that all rollers are easily removed from their bottles and many customers have opted to use their necklaces for keepsakes, specimens, and memorials. You can seal your bottles with wax, cork, rubber, or any other seal of your choosing! Your glass will remain forever safe in its metal casing.
Charmed Ones feature charms and castings collected from small artisanal shops and are made with solid sterling silver. This rollerball necklace incorporates one of my signature mano figa charms.
The Artwork & Crystals in the Night Witch collection can be read about in detail here.
Rollerball Necklaces are coupled with a sterling silver chain that is customized to your preferred length. Chains feature a .925 diamond cut. Necklaces arrive with a roller since oils are the most common use but are entirely optional. You can fill your bottles with whatever you like! Many customers have opted to use their necklaces for keepsakes, specimens, or memorials. Bottles are photographed with an inert carrier for demonstration only, essential oils are not included. Rollerball necklaces are refillable and coupled with a refill/care kit. If you would like to purchase more bottles in other sizes or colors find glass bottles here or consider adding extra crystal energy with a gemstone roller bottle here.