Ring of Fire

I’ve spent most of my life in San Diego County where we have “fire weather.”  No icy roads, or flood waters banking – we get fire. The “Fireball Ring,” featuring...

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What’s blue and green and gold all over?

What’s blue and green and gold all over? “Heaven and Earth” ring in 18 karat yellow gold featuring a vibrant 10.60 carat blue Zircon (Cambodia) accented by pair of 5.51 carat Peridot. Click here to...

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Collecting Around…

Designing is about solving problems, albeit in a graceful, useful way. Drawing pretty pieces of jewelry is just part of the show which also involves engineering, comfort and function usually with a...

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Of Mice & Moonstones

Illuminate: to brighten with light “Beauty and nature have always supported me, and I find myself turning again and again to the metaphors the natural world provides,” says Cynthia Renée. “I...

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Heaven and Earth

The Chinese concept of yin and yang — how seemingly contrary forces are actually complementary — is often explained using metaphors from nature and life. The lightness of air, the...

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Origami Origins

Origami, from ori meaning “folding”, and kami meaning “paper,” is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding. Practitioners of the art can transform a flat sheet of paper...

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Mussel Power

Cynthia Renée’s poetic nature loves the fact that “orient” is the gem trade’s name for the iridescent play of colors that undulate across the surface of fine pearls. After all,...

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