As promised, I’m showing a few more pieces I’ve recently done with sterling silver and 14 K gold. This combination of metals allows you to enjoy a bit of gold in a very affordable way, and works exceptionally well on oxidized silver pieces. It’s great for casual, business, or ‘fancy’ occasions, wherever you’re headed.
On the left, yellow citrines are centered on textured sterling squares with a 14K yellow gold horizon. Above, a pair of pierced trees stand over 14 K yellow gold ground, and a pair of pale pink pearls dress up some herringbone patterned sterling with 14K rose gold accents.
The photo on the right shows 3 larger pairs of earrings: 14k gold’ filled’ discs with pierced holes move above some 14k gold ‘beads’, a long time decorative signature of mine. These earrings have a little ‘action’, they hang loosely above the silver, and move when you do. Using gold filled discs keeps these so affordable, and no one can tell the difference. Below those, my ‘new favorite’ herringbone-stamped sterling rectangles are simply enhanced with 14K yellow gold hammered wires. To the right, a pair of satin finished sterling triangles have a gold ‘sky’ and are set with rutilated quartz cabochons, similar to the smaller rectangle pendant I shared last time. My own photos cannot do these pieces justice. You gotta try ’em on to appreciate ’em!