This was the last commission for 2019, it is the first one for the commissioner’s list of 2020 Wednesday, Apr 1 2020 

. . . and it escaped before I could photograph/scan it. A terrific thank-you note was received:

“Good morning Barbara, Thank you so much for making my beautiful 50th birthday earrings, that I received over Christmas. I absolutely love them. They are subtle, the stones are perfect, and the detail and matt finish in the leaves is exactly what I would have wished for. They will be worn most of the time (except when I swim) and compliment my ring beautifully. So I am one very happy customer! Kind regards, Ros”

From the job bag © Barbara Heath – Jeweller to the Lost:

I posted this new studio make on Barbara’s instagram and a client swooped Friday, Mar 27 2020 

 

Articulated four claw settings on these wonderful rose cut pink tourmalines – SOLD via social media

C. B. loved the larger © Bh stock ring and was happy to wait for her own to be made Wednesday, Mar 25 2020 

Gem Petals Ring 18ct yellow gold basket settings and wire construction white enamel fusion Imperial Topaz 3=3.25ct . . . our client called it her ‘rocky road ring’ and sent a thank-you note back with the subject: W O W !

Anything enamelled is a resize no no, so we made Catherin another one to fit. Fortunately when our German gem dealer came and showed us the Topaz, Barbara bought the entire parcel which eventually made three gem cluster rings.

 

So many friends and clients pushed for this meeting between Nell Schofield and Barbara Heath Sunday, Mar 15 2020 

Nell swooped in and spent a lengthy time with us, selected twenty seven © Bh pieces for her upcoming “jewels to die for” show. Relaxed time where Barbara had the opportunity to cover her personal history, her work strategies and the ‘JewellertotheLost’ brand – Nell also was given space to illuminate us on her “Vision” and plans and fresh new twin location lifestyle.

So get out your black fascinators and join us in Sydney to honour the dearly departed, Wednesday March 25, 2020.

Link to Jewels on Queen

Posting another ‘love letter’ from a client Thursday, Dec 26 2019 

The last commission hand-over on the last working day of 2019 Friday, Dec 20 2019 

30th wedding anniversary, twelve gem pavé set ring – with low domed profile upper section, ruby pear cut, ruby round brilliant cut, peach sapphires x2, pink sapphires x2, yellow sapphire princess cut and x5 oval cut diamonds from her old wedding ring. 18ct yellow gold with chisel texture and narrow band.

Our grand daughter Chloé Rose has an insatiable interest in jewellery, I wonder why? Friday, Dec 20 2019 

Visiting the studio on their way to Friday’s ballet, she spies Stephanie Gundelach-Maloney’s necklace restring of her shattered rose quartz, baroque pearls and carved bi-coloured Indian tourmalines. Snapped up and worn in a flash! The owner has her necklace again and when I posted this on Instagram, Steph sent in a (like).

Natalie’s ‘ring to herself’ has been a great success – just ask the ring? Thursday, Dec 19 2019 

Asymmetric ‘saddle’ design has cushion cut mint Tourmaline surrounded with x11 diamonds in irregular arrangement, all gems in deep chisel set to surface. Remainder of ring has a smooth matt finish. 9ct yellow Gold.

Two fabulous rings sold in the 2019 studio sale to commission clients and their friends Thursday, Dec 19 2019 

It was wonderful to sell this ring to a couple who have so many connections to us, that we only just met over the counter at the sale.

Ring © Bh Twin gem Basket wire frame round faceted pale yellow Beryl 1=5.8ct round faceted pale green Beryl 1=2.52cts 18ct white gold size Q.

 

This stone captivated folk in Sydney, seriously tipped a few ladies over at QAGOMA sale and finally went to another serial offender after the saturday sale had ended . . . ding dong, ah – more interstate visitors + champagne + +

Ring © Bh Gem petal white enamel fusion oval brown Topaz 1=16.73ct German cut 18ct yellow gold Square top wire double band 18ct white gold Size N1/2.

 

Second last commission for 2019, collected from the studio yesterday Thursday, Dec 19 2019 

No photography can show off this stone like holding it to view under natural light. Kathy’s 5.78ct cushion cut Tanzanite and Barbara’s own version of her open sided integrated ‘Roman Claw’ setting with tapered band.

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