organic gemstones

clockwise from top center:   Jamie Jewelry Agate PendentChan Luu Agate Pendant, Agate Bookends from, Alexis Bittar Chrysophase Ring,  Adina Mills Amethyst RingMax & Chloe Blue Agate Shield Cuff, River Island Large Agate Ring


Lately I have been more than a little obsessed with all kinds of organic looking gemstones – agate, quartz, chrysophase, you name it. I am drawn to their gorgeous colors and their natural and beautiful imperfect-ness. I am even convinced of their metaphysical healing powers. It’s the Stevie Nicks in me I guess. I am thinking of hitting up the bead store this weekend and create something resembling the Chan Luu multi pendant necklace and I have to have one of these rings. Gorgeous, yes?


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Grace - Stripes & Sequins
    Jan 20, 2012 @ 22:09:37

    I have a major thing for these types of baubles, too. I love the book ends!


  2. Lindsay
    Jan 21, 2012 @ 08:55:49

    Hey! Just found your blog last week and am totally hooked. We have some style similarities, too. I love all of the seventies styles coming back and these natural gems are amazing. I would love to have those bookends. Good luck with your necklace!


  3. fashionablecollections
    Jan 21, 2012 @ 19:09:49

    Loving that purple-esque necklace.



  4. Home Decorator
    Jan 24, 2012 @ 00:52:27

    I’d like to play my designs on colorful gemstones including organic. I love the one you featured here. Lovely!


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