Multi Gem Kaleidoscope Pingei-xk36
Dramatic, vibrant and echoing the view you might have looking down the tube of a kaleidoscope, this one-of-a-kind Judy Geib brooch pin is a playful composition of rich, saturated jewel toned stones. Amethyst, peridot, moonstone, fire opal, ruby, and pink tourmaline are set in frames of 18K gold to create an openwork of shape and color. With its statement-making composition and design, it it a perfect way to dress up a blazer or jacket with an eye-catching work of wearable art.
18K yellow gold and multi gem pin : about 3" diameter
multi gems : vary : 3mm diameter to 10mm x 7mm each
18K yellow gold double pin back closure
Judy Geib Jewelry
NEW YORK - To experience the works of Judy Geib, jewelry designer, is to witness an opal with an iridescence as deep as the ocean, emeralds as vibrant as dew on the grass and gold in patterns of intricate swirls that create a web of wistful flowers. The Judy Geib jewelry collection is sublime, unexpected and balanced between space and shape, form and material, vision and object. Each piece of Judy Geib jewelry comes together as it is created by what the designer calls "process design." The result is a humble, bohemian elegance embodied in a magical group of jewels.
Judy Geib Jewelry Designs
Judy Geib, jewelry designer, spent 20 years painting, drawing and creating objects until she decided to pursue jewelry design. Judy Geib jewelry reflects her free-spirited approach to design. She loves the excitement of a new idea, never sure what it will become. Hand-making is essential to Judy Geib earrings and all the jewelry she creates because the slow process allows ideas to form gradually, tumbling through the creative process, splintering off in unforeseen directions until they come together in new and exciting ways.
Frequently Asked Questions About Judy Geib Jewelry
Following are a few of the questions we've received about Judy Geib, jewelry designer.
Where Does Judy Geib Get Her Emeralds?
The bright emeralds featured in Judy Geib jewelry are hand-selected by the jeweler herself. Judy Geib travels to Colombia and Brazil to personally pick the most beautiful stones that spark her creative spirit and inspire her jewelry creations.
Where Did Judy Geib Learn to Make Jewelry?
Judy is a self-taught jewelry designer. She learned the mechanics of her trade by reading Jewelry Making for Schools, Tradesmen and Craftsmen, but her designs are purely original. She starts out with an idea for a piece of jewelry, but her vision evolves along the way. As Judy works and reworks her creation, it's often quite different from what she originally imagined.
Are the Gemstones in Judy Geib Jewelry Treated?
Judy Geib's gemstones are natural and untreated. They are not heated or irradiated to change their color – what you see are color gemstones the way nature intended. Many of Judy Geib's gemstones highlight inclusions, adding to the organic one-of-a-kind beauty of the stones.
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