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Robin Waynee

Robin Waynee
The Golden Eye is honored to represent the work of artist Robin Waynee. Robin is a member of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian tribe of Michigan. Her work is contemporary, exquisitely crafted, and inspirational to wear. She first began learning her craft from her father, sculptor/jeweler Robert Lone Eagle Waynee.
She moved to New Mexico in 1993. In 1998 she began apprenticing with jewelry designer Ryan Roberts. They are now married, have a studio together in Santa Fe, and are the parents of two young sons. Robin has won first place at SWAIA Indian Market twice, and has also taken first at the prestigious Heard Museum Indian Fair and Market. In 2010 she won first place in the Saul Bell Jewelry Design Competition and in 2012, she took the Grand Prize. She is a featured artist in Nancy Schiffer's book, Masters of Contemporary Indian Jewelry.

Devta Doolan

Devta Doolan
Devta Doolan lives in Portland, Maine, where he creates award-winning, one-of-a-kind pieces. His jewelry features high karat gold settings of bold semi-precious stones. Devta’s work is minimal in embellishments. His earrings and rings are often bezel set with stones of saturated color and innovative faceting.

Devta studied with master metalsmith Tim McCreight at the Worcester Craft Center in Massachusetts. Devta’s confident, elegant designs, inspired by the late Swiss jeweler Andrew Grima, incorporate textured 22 karat gold and the finest pearls, fire opal, black diamonds, agate, tourmaline, Tibetan turquoise, and green jade from his native New Zealand. His aesthetic has always been about simplicity, and his recent work pushes that concept to prominence.

“In my work I strive to create an identity that is both ancient and contemporary. I want to blend disparate elements to create a unified whole. I become myself through my work.”

Johanna Berge

Johanna Berge
Johanna was born and raised in Lake City, Minnesota on the Mississippi River. For most of her life, she has been immersed in her role as a mother, and her career as a physical therapist.

Johanna is an avid fan of the outdoors and derives much fulfillment from hiking, cross country skiing, mountain biking, and spending time with her animals. It was the harmony and balance of nature that inspired her to begin working with precious stones and metals. A trip to the Argyle mine in Australia left her enamored with natural colored diamonds. Her travels to the Middle East added an earthy opulence to her striking designs.

Although Johanna's intention was to express her joy and creativity through her jewelry and share it with a select few, others soon noticed her designs and asked to buy the items she was wearing. Johanna's business grew rapidly by word of mouth and now she finds herself, much to her delight, a full time artist.


Turquoise Bracelet

This distinctive bracelet has a variety of turquoise stones in hues of blue and green, all set with 18kt gold bezels and beads.

Approximate length: 7"

Ear-rangements > Drops

Damali Turquoise Drops

Bounteous pieces of laurel green Damali turquoise with delicate bronze matrix are bezel set in 18kt gold.

Approximate length: 1.25"

Shown on our Pyrite Hoops.
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Majesta Turquoise Drops

Regal teardrop Kingman turquoise in a rich hue is bezel set in 18kt gold and anchored with shimmering white diamonds .04 ctw...diamond Majesta Drops .24 ctw. add an understated elegance.

Approximate length: 1.5"

Shown on our Galaxy Hoops.
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Blue Gem Turquoise Cascade Drops

We just love the drape of these luxuriant drops. Natural Blue Gem turquoise is bezel set in 18kt gold and embellished with bright white diamonds .18 ctw.

Approximate length: 2.75"

Shown on our large Pyrite Hoops.
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Lemon Chrysoprase Drops

A breezy palette of custardy lemon chrysoprase, sea foam tourmalines .20 ctw., and blue zircons .80 ctw. is accentuated with vivid Sleeping Beauty turquoise briolettes.

Approximate length: 2.5"

Shown on our Galaxy Hoops.
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Ear-rangements > Hoops

Beaded Flower Hanger Studs

Our 18kt gold Beaded Flower Hanger Studs with diamonds are fitted with hooks that accommodate most of our dangles.

Approximate diameter: .5"

Drops sold separately.

Bow Tie Hanger Studs

A handy alternative to our hoops, the 18kt gold Bow Tie Hanger Studs with diamonds are fitted with hooks that deftly accommodate most of our drop styles.

Approximate length: .5"

Drops sold separately.

Snow Pea Hanger Studs it the name of an all male revue or is it a new way to wear dangles? The 18kt gold Snow Pea Hanger Studs with diamonds .36 ctw. offer coverage and stability while providing an anchor for our beautiful dangles.

Approximate length: 1.25"

Drops sold separately.

Splash Hanger Studs

Our versatile 18kt gold Splash Earrings are now available in a dangle-ready version, thanks to hooks that can accommodate most of our drop styles.

Approximate diameter: .5"

Drops sold separately.


Kite Studs with Diamonds

Perfect earrings for everyday wear, these 18kt gold studs sport bright white center diamonds.

Approximate size: .25"

Rose Cut Dark Chocolate Diamond Studs

Understated, elegant, and luxurious, our Dark Chocolate Diamond Studs 4.29 ctw. are enrobed in a combination of 22kt and 18kt gold.

Approximate diameter: .25"

Reuleaux Triangle Studs

The Reuleaux Triangle Studs in 18kt gold and diamonds .10 ctw. give you that polished but not-trying-too-hard look that elevates every occasion.

Approximate length: .25"

Royston Turquoise and Moonstone Earrings

The perfect earrings for the quintessential Southwestern glamor girl...beautiful specimens of Royston turquoise bezel set in 18kt gold with glittering, beaded moonstones hinged in between.

Approximate length: 2.5"

Rose Cut Caramel Diamond Studs

Buttery rose cut diamonds 2.57 ctw. are set in a combination of 22kt and 18kt gold.

Approximate length: .25"

Rose Cut Milk Chocolate Diamond Studs

A delectable milk chocolate hue sparkles from our rose cut diamonds 2.59 ctw., set in a combination of 22kt and 18kt gold.

Approximate diameter: .25"

Jewelry Info


We sometimes hear someone remark that turquoise jewelry is a "fad", or that they don't wear "Indian jewelry."
Well, if turquoise is a fad, it's got to be the longest running trend ever, as history records its popularity over 7,000 years ago! Archeologists have recorded that the oldest known piece of jewelry is a gold and turquoise bracelet found on the arm of a mummified Egyptian Queen, around 5000 B.C.

The area once known as Persia, today's Iran, has been producing gem quality turquoise for centuries, as has China.
Native Americans have worked the stone since before the time of Christ. When the Navajo, Hopi, and Pueblo people learned silversmithing from the Spaniards in the 1800's, the stone was incorporated into their pieces. This jewelry was the precursor to the work we identify today as Indian jewelry.

Cerrillos, New Mexico is thought to be the location of the oldest turquoise mines in the country. Prior to the 1920's, the state was the country's largest producer; it is more or less exhausted today.

Arizona currently produces the most turquoise of value domestically. Two mines exist in the state; one is the Sleeping Beauty Mine in Globe, the other is the Kingman Mine that operates alongside a copper mine outside of the city. There are many other mines throughout the Southwest, many of which have been exhausted.

Turquoise is made up of phosphorus, copper, and aluminum. The copper is the mineral responsible for the identifying robin's egg blue color that is so valued in the stone.
The mother rock, or matrix, can often be seen running throughout the stone in a network pattern, adding interest and enhancing the beauty of the turquoise.

Most turquoise on the market today has had some kind of treatment to enhance or stabilize the stone. These procedures reduce the value of the stone in varying degrees.
Only about six percent of stones today are what we call "natural turquoise". These have not been altered in any way from their natural state. Stabilizing the turquoise is done by impregnating the stone with an epoxy-type substance to make it more durable.

It is important that when purchasing turquoise jewelry that the salesperson is able to relate if the piece has been treated, or is natural.

Being a phosphate mineral, turquoise is inherently fragile and sensitive to solvents; perfume and other cosmetics will attack the finish and may alter the color of turquoise gems, as will skin oils and most commercial jewelry cleaning fluids. Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight may discolor or dehydrate turquoise. Care should be taken when wearing such jewels: Cosmetics, sunscreen, and hair spray should be applied before putting on turquoise jewelery.

After use, turquoise should be gently cleaned with a soft cloth to avoid a build up of residue, and should be stored in its own container to avoid being scratched by harder gems. Turquoise can also be adversely affected if stored in an airtight container-it likes to breathe.


Natural Turquoise Necklace

This stunning necklace is created with all natural domestic turquoise, including Blue Diamond from Nevada, Morenci and Sleeping Beauty from Arizona. The lustrous stones are set in 18kt gold.

Adjustable length : 16"to 18"

The bracelet is also created from natural turquoise that is set in 18kt gold.
Approximate length: 7.25"

Natural Turquoise Bead Necklace

A beautiful Boho look featuring natural turquoise beads and ethnic accents.

Approximate length: 16"

New Items

Cloud Nine Turquoise Ring

A distinctive piece of Cloud Nine turquoise is encircled with gold beads and white diamonds .04 ctw. in 18kt gold.

Damali Turquoise Drops

Smooth and serene, our 18kt gold Damali Turquoise Drops embellished with gold beads and demantoid garnets are radiantly beautiful.

Approximately length: 1.25"

Shown on our Cypress Hoops.
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Amphora Turquoise Pendant

A rare piece of Candelaria turquoise, mined in Nevada, is bezeled and backed in 18kt gold. A bright white diamond .06 cts. rests at the bottom of the urn-shaped stone. At the apex, a soft milky-blue faceted moonstone is topped with a deluxe hinged bail and tailed with another glittery little diamond .06 cts.

Chain sold separately.

Lapis Studs

The intense blue of fine lapis lazuli is accented with a 22kt gold bezel and backed with 18kt gold.

Coral Studs

Soft salmon coral ovals are bezel set in 22kt gold and backed with 18kt gold.

Approximate length: .25"

Water Maiden Earrings

Evans turquoise in soft blue with a sepia matrix is paired with faceted moonstones and Australian gaspeite, and bezeled in 18kt gold.

Approximate length: 2.25"

Persepolis Stack

The finest elements of ancient culture converge in our Persepolis Stack.

From top:
ION014 Eternity Band Platinum and Paraiba Tourmaline $3150 Not Available
RR1217 Anjelica Band 22kt Gold and Diamonds $2350
RC475 Be Mine Ring Persian Turquoise and 18kt Gold $930 Not Available
RR0102 Eternity Band 18kt gold and Diamond $2200 Not Available
ION017 Eternity Band Platinum and Emerald $2475 Not Available
R1053 Venus Band 18kt Gold and Diamond $2260

Medium Gold Frame Drum Drops

Peened 18kt gold circles finished with gold beads serve as smashing stand alone drops and also provide nifty frames for our other drops, as pictured here with our Kingman Turquoise Drops.

Approximate diameter: 1"

Shown on our large Ribbon Hoops.
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Turquoise Link Bracelet

Turquoise and gold...we never tire of the combination!

These ten natural turquoise stones are set in 18kt gold and form a beautiful, comfortable, and stunning bracelet.

Diamond Turquoise Drops

Transcendent blue Persian turquoise with bezel set white diamonds in 18kt gold.

Shown on our Gardenia Hoops.

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Queen Turquoise Earrings

These fabulous 18kt earrings are made of highly coveted turquoise from the Queen Copper Mine in Bisbee, Arizona that has been closed to mining since 1975. The mine is, however, open for tours!

Turquoise Suite

Turquoise, the color of Santa Fe skies!

Gem quality stones paired with diamonds and high karat gold bring these amazing pieces to life.

Turquoise and Agate Bracelet

Designed by Norah Pierson, this unique bracelet contains turquoise, agate, jaspar, and bone. The setting is sterling silver and 18kt gold. Very distinctive!


Blue Diamond Turquoise Ring

A beautifully dappled piece of Blue Diamond turquoise rests in a softly ridged 18kt gold setting, trimmed with a crescent of gold beads.

Turquoise Table Ring

Stand back, friends, because this is over-the-top fabulous! A stately piece of Chinese turquoise with dramatic black matrix is set in satiny 18kt gold with a cleverly distressed faux finish...the grace note is a row of whispery white diamonds .03 ctw.