A customer had a pair of stunning emerald earrings that she never wore and a gold watch that was too small for most wrists and could not be sized. We tried to find a buyer for it however, it wasn't working and she didn't want to put the money into fixing a watch that couldn't be worn.It had belonged to her grandmother and wanted to keep the sentimentality of the watch and wear it at the same time. It was a bit painful to scrap it, though ultimately it was the right choice. We were able to get money for the gold and keep 18 beautiful, small diamonds. I did some sketches, incorporating the emeralds and the gold and diamonds, into a new necklace to give to her daughter. Here's one of 5 sketches I did for her:Some changes were made after the final above sketch and the final necklace was made with a central, granulated disk with 5 bezel set diamonds. The two emeralds flank the diamond disk and the entire piece is connected to an 18k gold ball chain. Two remaining diamonds were used to make a matching ring with another old emerald ring that she had. It was a plain gold prong setting and the emerald had a chip. In the new ring, the chip is not noticeable and it can now be worn and enjoyed!Now my customer has two beautiful new pieces that she will wear and can still enjoy her grandmother's jewelry in a new form.Can I design a new piece for you? Feel free to email me, I would love to work with you.