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  • Wabi Sabi 038

    $299.00

    A brilliant-cut 0.64 carat champagne-colored Oregon Sunstone, mined by the artist and installed in natural Obsidian collected in Northern Nevada.

  • Wabi Sabi 039

    $379.00

    A deep green 0.51 carat Chrome Diopside faceted in a brilliant cut by artist John Bailey and installed in Agate collected in Nevada.

  • Wabi Sabi 040

    $999.00

    A rare 0.52 carat bright-yellow Grossular Garnet faceted by artist John Bailey in a fancy Ceylon-style round and installed in grey Basalt collected on the Oregon coast.

  • Wabi Sabi 041

    $299.00

    A sparkling brilliant-cut 0.72 carat silver Topaz, installed in Jasper collected in Northern Nevada by the artist.

  • Wabi Sabi 042

    $359.00

    A radiant 0.36 carat grape-juice-purple Rhodolite Garnet faceted in a 6-Petal flower design by artist John Bailey, and installed in red Basalt layered with white & green Jasper collected on the Oregon coast.

  • Wabi Sabi 043

    $349.00

    A brilliant-cut 0.64 carat Oregon Sunstone with light elemental Copper Schiller, mined by the artist and installed in grey Basalt collected on the Oregon coast.

  • Wabi Sabi 044

    $439.00

    One of my personal favorites: A stunning 0.22 carat chartreuse Sphene from Pakistan faceted in the 6-Petal flower design by artist John Bailey and installed in Basanite collected in Oregon.

  • Wabi Sabi 045

    $419.00

    A fiery-red 0.33 carat Pyrope Garnet in the 6-Petal flower design by artist John Bailey installed in grey Basalt along with a tiny Pink Sapphire from Africa.

  • Wabi Sabi 046

    $329.00

    A lively natural (untreated) brilliant-cut 0.68 carat champagne Zircon collected from the Hart's range in Australia by a personal friend of the artist and installed in grey Basalt collected on the Oregon coast.

  • Wabi Sabi 047

    $289.00

    A brilliant-cut 0.04 carat genuine Ruby installed in a naturally-polished Obsidian "Apache tear" collected by the artist in Nevada.

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  • Wabi Sabi 048

    $399.00

    A natural, untreated brilliant-cut 0.04 carat blue Montana Sapphire and installed in grey Basalt with white Quartz intrusions.

  • Wabi Sabi 049

    $219.00

    A lovely and unusually-bright brilliant-cut 0.50 carat Peridot with rare Ludwigite needle inclusions from the Soppat mines in Pakistan, installed in brown Basalt collected on the Oregon coast.

  • Wabi Sabi 050

    $1,499.00

    A very rare, top-color 0.13 carat Demantoid Garnet from Iran faceted in the 6-Petal flower design by artist John Bailey and installed in a fossilized turtle shell segment found on the Peace River in Florida. This is a powerful piece!

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  • Wabi Sabi 051

    $977.00

    A very bright untreated brilliant-cut 0.12 carat blue Sapphire mined by a personal friend in Queensland and installed in grey Basalt with white Quartz intrusions that form a natural crucifix.

  • Wabi Sabi 052

    $319.00

    A top-color brilliant-cut 0.25 carat bubble-gum pink Tourmaline from Africa installed in a naturally-polished Obsidian "Apache tear" collected in Nevada.

  • 351-02F

    $2,170.00

    Hot, red Oregon Sunstone from the Dust Devil mine, first cut of my Left Eye design.

  • 903-22

    $799.00

    Juicy beautiful Rose Quartz from Madagascar in my unique I'll be Around, Too design.

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  • P-050

    $1,999.00

    Natural Padparadscha Sapphire (heat-treatment only) direct from the mine in Columbia.

  • P-018

    $599.00

    African Sapphire cut in an unusual "twisted triangle" design.

  • P-013

    $359.00

    This is the rarest of garnets. Emerald wishes it was this color. This stone was custom cut in an original design and displays desirable horsetail inclusions under a 20-x loupe.

  • F-0469

    $57.00

    Oregon Sunstone wish schiller glow enhanced by an onyx doublet backing.

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  • F-0222

    $59.00

  • F-0464

    $64.00

    Beautiful Sunstone schiller doublet with genuine Lapis.

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  • 352-06A

    $799.00

    Beautiful huge garnet - only the second stone cut on the new MOM (multi-optic machine).

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