American Southwestern Carolyn Pollack Relios Mosaic Gemstone Inlay Pin – This is a 1990s American Southwestern Cj Carolyn Pollack Relios Inc Mosaic Inlay Pin with a colorful natural gemstone mosaic hand crafting in a storyteller theme. It is marked CJ, Sterling. Additionally, it is marked 925 cj Relios. tested and Guaranteed to be solid sterling silver original Carolyn Pollack jewelry. It is heavy and very well made with azureite malachite, sodalite and amethyst inlay. Size is 1 7/8″ by 1″. Weight is 12.7 grams. Handmade from one solid piece of sterling silver. Condition is excellent used having only some light surface age that could be polished out. No missing inlay. No dents, dings, cracks, tears or deep scratches, or gauges to the sterling or the stones. No chips, flakes, nicks or breaks. Completely original. Never altered, repaired or modified in any way. This is a lovely storyteller pin by a prominent, well-known and popular Southwestern maker/artist for your jewelry collection. The stones are colorful and it will look wonderful with a jewelry polishing!
About Carolyn Pollack Relios Inc. Jewelry:
Relios has now been designing and manufacturing unique jewelry with the spirit of the Southwest for over 30 years. This experience ensures our customers that they will receive an exceptionally crafted product, made right here in the USA by a team of diverse craftspeople.
The art of feeling fabulous. Inspired by the creativity and confidence of today’s woman, Carolyn designs beautiful jewelry that is genuine, wearable and unique. Featuring unexpected color combinations and sculptural styles, her creations are fresh yet timeless. Proudly made in America with gemstones from around the world, Carolyn Pollack Sterling Jewelry celebrates artistry, versatility and joy.
At Relios, Bill and Carolyn Pollack watch every jewelry design go from sketch to wax to metal, all under their own roof. They see firsthand how a piece fits, the quality of a clasp and the vibrant color of a gemstone. They know the wax carvers, the casters, the stone setters, and have built a family of artisans who bring to life wearable works of art.
Making jewelry in America is an opportunity to closely observe the effect we have on the environment and guarantee the quality of every design. It is our personal commitment to art, craftsmanship and beauty.