This little beauty is available on-line in Sydney at ‘jewelsonqueen’ Wednesday, Apr 1 2020 

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the on-line show is called “ToDieFor” and Barbara is in great company, thanks Nell . . .

© Bh Skull Ring – 18ct yellow gold with square wire basket setting and fused rings band decorated with partial white enamel fusion – Size M (fabulously small ‘pinky’ size) . . .

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.

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.

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.

Megan saw the Zavelsky ring stack online and . . . well, got in touch. Thursday, Dec 5 2019 

Barbara worked with an excited lady who had a collection of fossiked gems from her childhood family holidays. Unusual sapphires all ‘field cut’ plus her Mother’s and Grandmother’s diamond rings to incorporate. We sold all the gold which helped the budget and Megan chose a combination of rose and white gold to suit the pastel-toned gems.

Its very sweet when people pass on our contacts and make a connection with ‘jeweller to the lost’ Thursday, Oct 24 2019 

Another couple who found their ring in style. Bailey commissioned this engagement ring for Maddie – like all young folk he had a specific design, he used a family gem and the studio made the ring to last forever – none of this skimping on metal, taking shortcuts . . . this pic was sent with a terrific ‘thank-you’.

Wonderful celebration ring for a long-term Melbourne client Wednesday, Oct 9 2019 

The square diamond = her ‘rock’ of a husband, the two round brilliant cut diamonds = her two lovely daughters, the heavy 18ct rose gold band = their hardcore family bond.

Here we are again, wedding & engagement stones (and gold) recreated into one new ring Monday, Oct 7 2019 

Barbara and Sue have created this “Rolling Wrap” style ring with low convex saddle-curve oval top approx. 18mm x 25mm aligned along the finger and pavé set with 25 gems as supplied. Australian dark blue sapphire, emerald cut 1=1.29ct, round brilliant cut diamonds 2=0.32ct, old cut diamonds 8=0.48ct, round brilliant cut yellow diamonds 14=0.71ct. The integrated band sweeps from wide at top, slightly narrower at sides and wider again at back of finger, gold from their wedding ring is worked into this section. Upper gem set oval has chisel texture finish with scribed bark texture to the band part of the ring. 18ct yellow gold – size N. Barbara has posted a terrific movie on her Instagram feed @barbyheath

 

Another celebration (anniversary) ring commission for friends who Barbara calls – serial offenders Monday, Oct 7 2019 

30 year anniversary ring – fifteen gems all pavé flush set to upper half in 18ct yellow gold. Rounded profile band 10.5mm x 7.5mm height has chisel textured finish. Ceylon blue sapphires x2, yellow sapphires x4, white sapphires x2, imperial topaz x1 and diamonds x6. Band tapers to back of finger – size Q.

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