Sculptured Gem Jewelry




 From the theme series “Satyrs and Gargoyles”

14K Yellow gold pendant/enhancer
with a high-relief cameo carving
on Lapis (Afghanistan)
7cm high, with a 24” long strand
of 16mm Afgan Lapis beads
with a 14K yellow gold clasp.

“Pan- the God of Pastures” is from Helen’s theme series work “Satyrs and Gargoyles”.
The theme allows for dynamic expressionism, infinite variations,
and exaggerated features. The distorted features emit demonic pathos and induce awe.
In classic Greek mythology Pan is the chief god of pastures, forests and flocks.
He is often represented with a beard and
horns on his forehead like a goat.
Pan was supposed to inspire irrational behavior
and sudden fright, hence the word panic.

Featured in
Lapidary Journal
June 2002

Photo by M.J. Colella



   Sculptured Gem Jewelry are all one-of-a kind, contemporary style,
set in 18KT and 14KT gold. All “Sculptured Gem Jewelry” features
carved gemstones such as Ocean Jasper, Larimar, Drusy Rainbow Pyrite,
and Black Opal, and are enhanced by fancy color Garnets & Sapphires,
Tanzanite, Opals, Diamonds, Red Spinel and Tourmalines.
Each piece of “Sculptured Gem Jewelry” is signed
and sold with a Certificate of Authenticity.



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