It could be easy to mistake the deep blue green of this chrysocolla for turquoise.   The color is sometimes this intense blue-green combined with an interesting matrix.  Tiny pearls dangle from the center drop, the delicate accenting the irregular chrysocolla stone, and the angular stone emphasizing the delicate look of the entire piece.  The actual necklace is a long one, and on some, can be worn as a double.  Elegant!

This freshwater white coin pearl is just about everything you would want.  Puffy in shape, with a velvety luster.  Contrasting teal pearls and crystals, along with the clean lines of the sterling accents make this a memorable piece.  Traditional pearls with a modern twist.

Another blue-green stone that is lovely, apatite is frequently a bright aqua, but here the small, hand facetted stones are a shade worthy of the Aegean Sea.  The rich gold of the vermeil draws and keeps the eye.