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Pave Setting Style in Wax?

For several years I was a full time wax carving artist for different product designers. Our clients were varied, we worked with hardware designers, jewelry designers and even a goblet designer. 53 more words

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Developing the design for Carole Lombard's Star Sapphire Brooch

Figuring out the size of the sapphire was tricky due to the fact that several of the newspapers reported different carat weights for the star (anywhere from 150-157 carats). 152 more words

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It was in all of the newspapers...

Carole Lombard’s star sapphire and diamond brooch was a sensational design. The newspapers wrote articles on this beautiful piece of jewelry.

The are too many articles to share, but we are convinced that Carole Lombard owned this brooch. 626 more words

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152 carat Star Sapphire...where is it?

If only Carole Lombard was with us now. We would ask her what happened to this incredible “goose egg” of a star sapphire.

We can only speculate where it might be, but perhaps someone that reads our blog will tell us that they have this fabulous star sapphire locked up in a bank vault. 64 more words

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Super-Villain Sunday...

Welcome once more comic-fans to Super-Villain Sunday, today’s classic villain is: Star Sapphire…

Star Sapphire was created by Robert Kanigher and Lee Elias in 1947, and made her first appearance in All-Flash Comics#32, the original of the many Sapphires that would appear over the years was the Queen of the 7th dimension. 422 more words


Birthstone of the Month: September Sapphire and Timeless Designs

Hey everyone! Who’s ready to get Birthstone of the Month underway for my favorite month?! It’s September! And that means colorful foliage, crisp air, boots, scarves, pumpkin spice latte, and of course… SAPPHIRE! 625 more words

A Note on Inclusions

 Since I mentioned inclusions a few times last weekend and showed off a lot of rutilated quartz I thought I’d explain it a little bit here. 568 more words