Delight's Earthly Delights - Unique Jewelry inspired by the Sciences

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INSPIRED BY THE BEAUTY OF COCHISE COUNTY, ARIZONA

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COBRE NECKLACE
 

COBRE

This 2 strand necklace is inspired by the copper mines of AZ, with copper heishi, findings, and beads. The stone chips, fetishes and beads are of the copper-associated minerals: turquoise malachite, chrysocolla, and malachite/azurite.**

There is  also a single strand version, "PATINA" available.


LA CUEVA
 

LA CUEVA

This 2-way* necklace is inspired by a trip to Kartchner Caverns, a living cave. I've used howlite, carnelian, jasper, and yellow jade** to evoke its glistening formations.

Central to the necklace is a medicine shield to evoke the shield formation found in the Caverns. The necklace includes pewter bats in honor of the Mexican Freetail bat population living there. 


CASCABEL ROAD NECKLACE
 

CASCABEL ROAD

This 2 strand necklace celebrates the ecosystem of the San Pedro River in SE AZ. The charms and fetishes, made of stone, silver, pewter, wood and bone are of the birds, plants, and animals seen in the river basin. Cascabel means rattlesnake in Spanish so the necklace includes them. The stone chips are the types found in the area, except for the hematite circles which represent the tires people have lost along this long rough dirt road.

A matching CASCABEL ROAD BRACELET is also available.

*La Cueva necklace can be worn long, 24", or as a choker, the extender  becoming an anklet or bracelet". 

**The tag on each necklace explains its inspiration and identifies the stones.


ALL NECKLACES COME IN A COMPLIMENTARY G1FT BOX with information about the stones I use, the Science and the lore.

EARRINGS to match all necklaces are available. They are made with French hooks unless requested otherwise.



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