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Jes has searched the globe for the most beautiful, rare and ancient earth elements available. Driven by her belief that each bead, stone, charm, gem, thread, and raw recycled metal holds a power and story of its own, it is imperative to her that pure goodness resonates through all.

Some would say it is good karma, but to Jes it is a lifestyle choice that is embedded in her spirit. She believes every part of the journey should align with her ethics. Jes is committed to being socially responsible in both domestic and international purchases of her gems and she supports only those suppliers who mine with the highest intentions and pay fair wages. She hand cuts each beautiful AAA quality gem in her own studio. Her jewelry is deeply rooted in kindness and many say you can feel the good energy behind it.

These mindful practices are ingrained deep within each and every single ingredient she chooses when creating her beautiful work. Her designs hold a power of thier own and reflect all that she stands for. Wear with LOVE.


Agate: Mined primarily in Brazil and occurring naturally in a wide range of colors, agate is often striped, banded, or variegated, creating beautiful images that resemble glowing sunsets, tranquil seascapes, or animal eyes. The ancients valued these powerful stones for their ability to balance, soothe, and ground the emotions… to bring wealth, good luck, and success… to promote peace, harmony, and longevity… to provide courage, strength, and protection…and to inspire love, generosity, and appreciation of nature.


Ametrine: A combination of purple amethyst and gold citrine, this beautiful bicolor quartz has the colors of both in one gemstone. Mined in only one place in the world - Bolivia. The major producer, the Anahi Mine, was named after a princess from the Ayoreos tribe who married a Spanish conquistador. Ametrine was introduced to Europe through the conquistador’s gifts to the Spanish queen. This stunning stone promotes joy and tranquility.


Amethyst: In shades of translucent purples, this stone is healing for the mind, body, and spirit. It cleanses, purifies, and renews... aids in sobriety... and promotes inner peace. In most countries, amethyst is associated with meditation, psychic abilities, and spiritual awareness. In Tibet, it is considered to be sacred to the Buddha. It is mined in Brazil, Uruguay, Bolivia, Argentina, Zambia, Namibia, and other African countries. February Birthstone


Tibetan Coral: Incredibly rare and extremely sought after, authentic Tibetan coral ranges in shades of red and may be smooth to semi-rough with divots. This coral is un-dyed and has a beautiful aged look with a worn feel. It is from Tibet, Nepal, India, Bhutan, and is hundreds of years old. It has been traded and passed down as a dowery from Mother to daughter in Tibet... a ward from negativity... a symbol of love.. and is used as medicine. It is a true collector's dream to be able to actually own something this rare, old and authentic.


Coral: An organic jewel coming from the depths of the seas, coral is greatly appreciated for its remarkable colors of red and its ability to soothe fears and tensions. It has been used for centuries in jewelry and worshipped as a protective talisman. Lava flows in the ocean create a beautiful orange color. We only use un-dyed, natural coral.


White Hearts: Opaque red glass dating back as early as the 1800's, these beautiful beads were made in Venice, Italy and always have either white or yellow in the center thus the name "white hearts" or "yellow hearts". These beads were used for good-luck for over a hundred years in many cultures all over the world. Some Native Americans to this day adorn their wedding gowns with white hearts in hopes to bring them good-luck, fertility, and happiness in their marriage.


Apatite: This lovely stone comes in shades of pale mint to deep water blue. Apatite is said to enhance one’s insight, learning abilities and creativity, and to give increased self-confidence. It also is said to help achieve deeper states of meditation. Using apatite is said to facilitate the desired results when working with other minerals.


Aquamarine: The beautiful blue of aquamarine, which ranges from palest sky blue to deep ocean blue, is a divine, life-giving color associated with the nature spirits of sea and sky. It is said to aid serenity, communication, and the wise use of inner power, as well as to promote trust, deep friendship, and life-long happy marriage. Mined in Brazil, Kenya, Nigeria, Madagascar, Tanzania, Mozambique, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Russia. March Birthstone fgdds


Bodem Beads: All Bodem beads are yellow and have a darker core with a swirling pattern around the bead, chipping actually adds to their value as these beads are very rare and very hard to find. Bodem beads are made out of powdered glass and most likely appeared in the 16th century while the ones on the market place today are likely to date back to the early 1700's. These beads are still traded in Africa in some cultures and are highly sought after.


Carnelian: A translucent form of reddish-orange to brown quartz chalcedony, carnelian activates, energizes, and inspires a positive, courageous confidence. It protects the wearer from all negative emotions. Linked with spontaneity, creativity, individuality, happiness, and harmony, it reminds us to be in the moment, to appreciate nature, and to accept the great cycle of life.


Chalcedony: Beautiful shades ranging from soft blues to yellow to light brown and usually translucent with a waxy luster. This stone is a form of quartz and has been used for centuries to promote stability, vitality, emotional balance and to ward off depression. Many Native Americans believe this to be a sacred stone and have used this stone for calmness and peace. Chalcedony is found around the world in such places as Australia, North America, Europe, Namibia, to name a few.


Chrysoprase: The rarest and most valuable form of chalcedony quartz, chrysoprase is prized for its opalescent apple green color. Gentle, soothing, and friendly, it is said to promote spiritual protection, prevent depression, improve equilibrium and emotional balance, and increase fertility. Major sources of chrysoprase include Australia, Tanzania, Brazil, Russia (the Urals) and the U.S.A. (California).


Citrine: Citrine brings sunshine into the wearer’s life, promotes creativity, aids clarity, and eliminates self-destructive tendencies. In ancient times, it was believed to be an antidote for snake venom and evil thoughts. Natural citrine is pale yellow to pale orange. Darker colors of gold, orange, or reddish-brown are the result of heat-treatment. Most citrine is mined in Brazil, but much of it is heat-treated. Natural citrine can also be found in Russia, France, and Madagascar. November Birthstone


Diamond: The hardest of stones, diamonds are the ultimate symbol of trust, commitment, true love, power, purity, and strength. They absorb and amplify the thoughts and attitudes of the wearer and can assist in the transformational process. Used by the ancients for detoxifying the body, mind, and spirit, they revitalize the chakras and clear blocks to love and peace. Although these precious gems are mined throughout the world, I use only conflict-free diamonds from Australia and Canada. April Birthstone


Emerald: Emerald green is the color of life, and these powerful stones have been known for their healing powers since ancient times. Stones of insight, prophecy, intuition, and clear vision, emeralds inspire wisdom from deep within. By strengthening the heart chakra, they promote fidelity, honesty, harmony, peace, joy, and security in love. The finest emeralds come from Colombia, but exquisite stones are also being mined in Zambia, Brazil, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, and Russia. May Birthstone


Eye Beads: Venetian glass dating back from the early 1700-1800's. These beads range in color from white, transparent semi-clear, blue, black, and red and always have dots scattered around them. Those dots are meant to resemble "eyes" and are meant as protective magic. Eyes are often represented on amulets or painted onto buildings or hands, and are meant to counter act the "evil eye" or ward off all negativity.


Garnet: Naturally occurring in a wide variety of colors, garnets inspire love, devotion, passion, sexuality, creativity, and positive thoughts. Rich red denotes romantic love, inspiration, past life recall, and self-confidence. Green enhances peace and meditation, and orange symbolizes warmth and energy. For centuries, garnets have been worn as protective talismans by travelers. They are mined in the Czech Republic, East Africa, Sri Lanka, India, Namibia, Angola, Mali, Russia, central South America, and the U.S.A. January Birthstone


Labradorite: Originally discovered in Labrador, this beautiful stone is known as spectrolite in Finland. Iridescent when viewed from various angles, its color range includes bright aqua, golden yellow, peacock blue, reddish orange, green, and red. It is thought to bring out each person’s strengths and to aid in relationships, originality, and sleep. It is also found in India, Madagascar, Newfoundland, and Russia.


Ancient Lapis: These extremely rare beads from North Afghanistan date back to the Bactrian period, 2200-1900 B.C. Each ancient opaque blue stone is hand cut, so no two are alike. Lapis is thought to be a royal stone, as well as the stone of truth and friendship (as in “true blue”). It is found in Egypt, Persia, Greece, and Rome.


Lapis Lazuli (blue): With a history stretching back 7,000 years or more, lapis lazuli was beloved by ancient peoples from Mesopotamia to Egypt, Persia, Greece and Rome. This opaque, deep blue gemstone with gold flecks is said to purify the soul and thoughts, allowing us to tap into our inner power and to connect with our highest self. A stone of truth and friendship, it is reputed to bring about harmony in relationships and to strengthen the immune system. Found in only a few major deposits around the world, notably in Siberia, Chile and the Kokcha Vally of Afghanistan.


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Ruby: For thousands of years, the ruby has been considered the most valuable gemstone on earth. Known as the “Stone of Royalty”, in Sanskrit the ruby is called “Ratnaraj”—king of precious stones. Symbolizing fire and blood, ruby carries the transmuting power of love and the spark of everlasting life, protecting the wearer from all negativity, physical harm, and illness. It is currently mined in Myanmar (formerly Burma), Vietnam, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Cashmere, Tadchikistan, Laos, Nepal, Afghanistan, India, and East Africa. July Birthstone


Sugilite: Named for Ken-ichi Sugi, the geologist who discovered the first specimens in 1944, bright purple sugilite often contains black matrix or yellow to reddish-brown blotches. It is believed to aid physical healing, dissipate negative energy, reduce stress, and promote well-being by balancing body, mind, and spirit. Although it was originally found in Japan, Canada, and India, the most important deposit was found in Africa’s Kalahari Desert.


Chevron and Watermelon Beads: Venetian Chevrons are made from glass and are over hundreds of years old. They are known for their layered points and stripes and come in a variety of vibrant colors such as blue, black, green, and yellow. Water melon beads are also known for their stripes and melon shape but they do not have as complex a layering system as the chevrons do. Chevrons are also known as "star" or "rosetta" beads. Many people have collected these beads due to their beauty and rarity, increasing their value significantly over the past 10 years.


Ancient Turquoise: Each piece is hand cut and is from Afghanistan and the surrounding areas. It is known to be over 500 years old, and varies in sizes and shapes while its color ranges in hues of soft greens and sometimes light blues. This is a collectors dream stone as the quantity available on the market place today is almost extinct. It symbolizes peace and harmony.


Tourmaline: Egyptian legend says that tourmaline’s wide range of colors resulted when it followed a rainbow on its trip from the center of the earth to the sun. Ranging in color from red and green to blue and yellow, bi-colored and multi-colored tourmaline is especially cherished. Since ancient times, it has been believed to carry magical powers, including transmuting lower frequency thoughts and energy into higher, more spiritual frequencies and teaching us how to live in harmony with all life. Found throughout the world, especially in Brazil, Namibia, Nigeria, Mozambique, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.


Millefiore Beads: Some of the most cherished and most coveted beads in the world are Millefiore's. Latin meaning "thousands of flowers" these beads were made from glass in Venice hundreds of years ago and have a variety of patterns and colors representing flowers, as well as different shapes and sizes. The flower patterns range in the colors of the rainbow. They are also called"trade beads", and are getting harder and harder to find while their value increases tremendously.

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