Custom Jewelry by Paula

Custom Unique Jewelry by Paula

About Paula

Blue Necklace on tree stand

I offer Custom top-of-the-line jewelry

Over the years I have been able to locate and purchase from a large number of distributors and as a result I have acquired many unique combinations of gem stones, crystals and more. Many of which you will find in my inventory. This has allowed me to create high quality one-of-a-kind pieces of jewelry and complete sets and present them for sale at affordable prices.

When I am not creating new custom order jewelry I try and keep my inventory between 50 -  100 pieces for those who would like a one of a kind piece of jewelry immediately. However, custom requests come first and please do contact me and we can discuss your needs. During business hours please call or text me at 703 927 1874 or email me.

I specialize in using Swarovski Crystals.

All Jewelry on this web site are handcrafted by me and are unique one-of-a-kind

Stones that you will find in my inventory varies and for the most part are listed in the drop down menu item "Stone"

A sample of what I carrry are;

  •     Amazonite. For many years, the source of amazonite's color was a mystery. Naturally, many people assumed the color was due to copper because copper compounds often have blue and green colors. More recent studies suggest that the blue-green color results from small quantities of lead and water in the feldspar
  •     Black Onyx. Onyx is a cryptocrystalline form of quartz. The colors of its bands range from white to almost every color (save some shades, such as purple or blue). Commonly, specimens of onyx contain bands of colors of white, tan, and brown.
  •     Hematite is a mineral, colored black to steel or silver-gray, brown to reddish brown, or red.
  •     Lapis is a relatively rare semi-precious stone that has been prized since antiquity for its intense blue color. Lapis lazuli is a rock, largely formed from the mineral lazurite.
  •     Opal's internal structure makes it diffract light; depending on the conditions in which it formed it can take on many colors. Opal ranges from clear through white, gray, red, orange, yellow, green, blue, magenta, rose, pink, slate, olive, brown, and black.
  •     Rhodonite is a manganese inosilicate, and member of the pyroxenoid group of minerals, crystallizing in the triclinic system. It commonly occurs as cleavable to compact masses with a rose-red color often tending to brown because of surface oxidation.
  •     Sodalite is a rich royal blue mineral widely enjoyed as an ornamental gemstone. Although massive sodalite samples are opaque, crystals are usually transparent to translucent.
  •     Tiger eye is a chatoyant gemstone that is usually a metamorphic rock that is a golden to red-brown color, with a silky luster.