Specs: 18k yellow gold Medusa snake ring with 17.31 carats of Tsavorite, 3 carats Orange Sapphire, .60 carats White Diamond, and 3.04 carats Cognac Diamonds.
Story: Medusa, in Greek mythology, is the most famous of the monster figures known as Gorgons. She was usually represented as a winged female creature having a head of hair consisting of snakes; unlike the Gorgons, she was sometimes represented as very beautiful, reminiscent that beauty, truly, lies in the eyes of the beholder
“Near them their sisters three, the Gorgons, winged with snakes for hair — hated of mortal man”
Kerri Halpern of Madstone Design has always been intrigued by Greek and Roman mythology. She drew much of her inspiration for the MadStone Mythology collection through her years of travel and studying ancient cultures. Recent trips to the Louvre and Metropolitan Museum of Art to view art and sculpture from this period also brought new insight. Each jewelry piece in this collection is designed to embody the essence of the God or Goddess she refers to incorporating symbolism used in art and literature.
Specs: Rich yellow gold and sparkling green tsavorite garnets grace these magical earrings by Unhada. Story: Unhada (pronounced “oonada”) is the creation of Jocelyn Prestia, whose underlying belief is that fine jewelry should be a flight into fantasy. The result is...
Specs: 18k Yellow Gold hexagon shaped bangle with Tsavorite. Story: A self-described minimalist with a substantial background in fashion and art, Kerri Halpern created MadStone in 2010 as part of her lifelong quest to find the perfect necklace. What started as a journey to...
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