At this time all of the necklace designs I have made were custom design orders, so I have not named any of the designs. If you are interested in a necklace we can work together via email to design something that is uniquely your own. Here are some pictures to give your imagination a place to start.
This choker is one I made for myself from my own horse's hair. The galloping horse was one of a pair of earrings given to me by a friend when I was a child, just by chance it fit through the large toggle ring making a graceful focal point for this simple necklace.
This is a design in sterling silver for L. Lane featuring one of my fine silver name tags. The western saddle charm used as a bail makes a uniquely equestrian look. The delicate black beading holds the saddle securely in place.
This necklace is one I came up with for a local art show. I used green jasper stone with gold glass beads to accent the large heart pendant for a polished looking style.
This necklace was custom designed for K. Bornn.
She sent the Celtic style charm with the horsehair. Her instructions were for something she could wear with anything; a necklace that was small and delicate like her Arabian Winnie had been.
This is a very symbolic piece designed for J. Pine.
The hair came from her two horses Rocky and Cisco, she asked to have two horse charms to represent each of her horses. Placed on either side of a central horseshoe charm they complete this ornate western design.
I have to give credit to K. Menez for this beautiful design. She asked if the Vali bracelet could be made longer into a choker style necklace. The results were fabulous! Pictured is the set she ordered; the choker in sodalite blue and the bracelet in carnelian amber colour.