Temple St. Clair is renowned for her use of rare and distinctive colored gemstones.
A unique setting is created for each of these earthly treasures by the finest goldsmiths in the world.
The result is a highly collectible limited-edition jewel.

Thousand Buddha Bracelet

As a lifelong traveler, Temple has always been fascinated by the Silk Road and the ideal it upheld of wildly different cultures merging and shaping one another. The 18K Buddha Cuff is a creation born from inspiration garnered during Temple’s visit to the Mogao Caves near Dunhuang, along the Silk Road in China. Murals covering the caves depicted the life of the Buddha and ignited the desire to create this hand-carved masterpiece in 18K gold and diamonds.


The Ravenna Bracelet

The Ravenna Bracelet is a one-of-a-kind treasure from the Nature Deconstructed Collection. It captures what might have been in painter Gustav Klimt's mind's eye after his inspirational visit to Ravenna to study the byzantine mosaics there. In Ravenna, Klimt was mesmerized by the use of gold leaf and returned to Vienna to incorporate gold leaf and gemmy pigments into his paintings. To further its uniqueness, this bracelet is set with faceted zoisite, meaning tanzanite that is completely natural and unheated. Most tanzanite in the world is heated to the purplish blue to which we are accustomed. It is a rare thing to collect natural tanzanite gems in this beautiful array of blues


The Campo de' Fiori Bracelet

The Campo de' Fiori or Flower Field Bracelet is a one-of-a-kind jewel from the Nature Deconstructed Collection, channeling and merging the aesthetics of Byzantine mosaics in Ravenna with the work of Viennese painter, Gustav Klimt. This unique bracelet is intricately articulated and set with a multi-colored array of faceted sapphires framed by a luminous border of royal blue moonstones.