Argentium Silver – This silver alloy contains 93.5 or 96 percent silver, which is more than the 90% found in sterling silver. As a result, the metal is harder, more pure and more resistant to tarnish.
Cara Terry was born in Ganado, AZ. She attended the University of New Mexico, and has been working as a Health Educator for Women’s Health for the last decade.
Years ago Cara attended a retreat in Nevada, and one of the classes she attended was bead working:”Keeping your hands and your mind active.” After the class, Cara decided to create the “Traditional Necklaces” in minerals and gemstones with her own unique style. She searches for the best minerals for her jewelry, then hand cuts the stones herself. Her bracelets and necklaces are one of a kind!
1211 Washington Ave., Golden, CO 80401 www.spiritsinthewindgallery.com 303-279-1192
Sterling Silver Necklace, by Tom Yazzie
Unique Stone Pendants on Silver Chains, by Shirley Price
Pendants are approximately 3″ H
18″ silver chain
Fine and sterling silver were used. Bamboo was fashioned from sterling silver for its strength, by a method known as reticulation, (melting with a torch), until it resembled twigs. The single pearl is the artist’s signature. Comes mounted on a plain black card with photo and stone information inside along with an anti-tarnish bag.
An elegance and soothing balance draws the viewer into the artist’s fine silver jewelry. Asian-inspired pieces announce the beautiful symmetry of line and color. The designs express the visual and emotional relationship between metal and stone, thereby establishing the best possible marriage of the two.
Pot of Gold – Delightfully colored, this raw agate was mined in China. Elegant enough for an Empress!