22K yellow gold, 14K white gold, shakudo, aquamarine, diamond - Circa 1994
The maker of this piece, the late, master maker Carrie Adell, fondly referred to the pendant as a Touchstone. Meant to resemble a stone, the maker effectively imparted its natural intricacies into an opulent treasure. Fittingly, the artist endowed her creation with sparkling diamonds, distinct lines and blemishes to enliven the muse of her heart's infatuation. In her skillful design, Adell created a channel through the pendant, which allows a chain to be threaded through so that either side may face forward as the focus of the piece. A trillion cut aquamarine accentuates the piece's exceptionality whist one admires its continuously glimmer at the touch of light. Smooth to the touch and charged with the lovely expression of Adell's imagination, this is a work to endlessly cherish.
Shown with: Pearl & Touchstone Necklace.
• 1.38" (3.51cm) length of pendant
• 0.85" (2.16cm) width of pendant
• One of a kind
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