All jewels are made of 925 sterling silver, which means that one kilo of material contains 75 grams of other materials such as copper.
Is a fossilized resin of the black pine dating back 5 million years. It is mainly found along the Baltic coast. It shows different colours, from white, along yellow to green, this last being the typical well-known amber colour. It may be transparent or fully non-transparent. Its main advantage is that it's very light to wear.
Red coral from the Mediterranean.
Mainly fresh water pearls, cultivated in oysters or mussels.
The ivory used, is always "recuperated " from old jewellery or broken pieces.
These stones range from onyx, tourmaline, amethist, lapis lazuli, quartz, moon rock, rhinestone etc...
Flashes of inspiration
A small stone or a pebble, a bit of silex stone......anything can be embedded in silver and become your personal jewel!!
and many others ... horn, ebony...