This ring was created for a woman who couldn't find the delicate, simple style she wanted at name brand retailers. Together with David Byron, she chose 18 karat yellow gold with an oval 1.72 carat diamond.
The owner of these rings wanted to give new life to an antique sterling flatware set she inherited from her parents. David Byron used the baroque knives from her set to create these rings, pairing the sterling silver with rare Blue Mountain tiger eye stones from northern Arizona.
Turquoise Fang Pendant
This necklace feels refined yet natural, delicate yet edgy. The Morenci turquoise stone is set in sterling silver and accompanied by “fangs” of faceted crystals.
A sister piece to David Byron's heirloom rings, this necklace is a reincarnation of an antique sterling silver flatware set. Natural quartz crystal adds to the majestic nature of the pendant.
This rare Geeite cabachon from northern Arizona is a breathtaking stone, making it the perfect centerpiece for a powerful ring.
Lapis in Leaves
A striking lapis stone is the centerpiece of this ring. David Byron designed leaves and cutouts for the tapered band.
Australian Opal Ring
David Byron has an eye for selecting opals with great “fire” - which is why this ring has a brilliant energy and eye-catching colors. The Australian opal is raised to accentuate its beauty and tenderly wrapped in a wave of sterling silver.
It's hard to ignore this eye-catching Mahogany Obsidian set in sterling silver. David Byron designs chains that accentuate the pendant, and you might even find yourself wearing the chain on its own.
Tiger Eye Bracelet
Fire Agate and Feather
Oval Agate Ring
Delicate and playful, these sterling silver studs with faceted natural blue topaz are an everyday favorite. David Byron can customize this style with gold-fill studs and a colorful spectrum of semi-precious stones or crystals.