Ash, Ebony & Pearl Bracelet 02

We've been collaborating for some time with wood turner Chet Brisco, making a variety of jewelry and objects d' art. This bracelet was turned by Chet from an Ash tree felled in a neighbors yard. We assume that the neighbor was aware of the felling and didn't wake up one morning to a stump in the yard. But, we didn't ask. Instead we added some ebony, pearls and green CZs.
The pearls are set into the ebony and the CZs are tube set into the pearls. The gem set pearls is another in our series of "See what you made me do" pieces. Thank you to Etienne Perret.

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