Arizona Boulder turquoise rounds used in the turquoise and silver jewelry collections by Kamila Kubelik, hanging from succulents in Joshua Tree National Park, Mojave Desert, California.>From Media Library>From Media Library>From Media Library>From Media Library>From Media Library 925 silver crabs and crayfish cast by Old World craftsmen in the Czech Republic, soon to be in pieces of the turquoise and silver Sea Creatures Collection of jewelry by Kamila Kubelik, on a hand-hammered silver platter hammered by Old World craftsmen in Italy. Goose barnacles in a tide pool at Cabrillo Point in San Diego, California provide backdrop to a cast 925 silver crab intended for the Sea Creatures Collection of jewelry by Kamila Kubelik. Thousand Palms, California: a crayfish, in McCallum Pond at the Coachella Valley Preserve, is one of the inspirations for the Sea Creatures Collection of silver and turquoise jewelry by Kamila Kubelik. Detail of an apple coral rounds necklace with 925 silver crabs cast by Old World craftsmen in the Czech Republic. Part of the Sea Creatures Collection of jewelry by designer Kamila Kubelik. Inspired by sea creatures, this necklace by designer Kamila Kubelik is a creation amalgamating New World Arizona Boulder turquoise with 925 silver crab and crayfish cast by Old World artisans. Pacific Ocean near Big Sur, California: deep sea and tidal pool creatures inspire necklaces, bracelets and other pieces in the Sea Creatures Collection of cast 925 silver and turquoise jewelry by Kamila Kubelik. A necklace of Arizona Boulder turquoise rondelles from the New World and 925 silver cylinders decorated with sea creatures cast by Old World artisans, on the beach near San Simeon Creek, Cambria, California. On Washburn Beach, San Simeon Creek, Cambria, California a beetle inspects an Old World cast 925 silver cylinder decorated with sea creatures off-set with Arizona Boulder turquoise rondelles, on a necklace by Kamila Kubelik. Giant perennial kelp sets off a necklace of Arizona Boulder turquoise rondelles and Old World cast 925 silver cylinders bearing motifs of the Sea Creatures Collection, by Kamila Kubelik. Sunburst anemones in a tide pool at Cabrillo Point, near San Diego, California, another inspiration for the Sea Creatures collection of Arizona turquoise and Old World cast 925 silver jewelry by Kamila Kubelik. Sea Creatures Collection by Kamila Kubelik: close-up of Arizona calibrated turquoise nuggets with 3-dimensionally molded 925 silver fish cast by Old World craftsmen in Central Europe. Old World cast 925 silver cylinders bearing feathers (left) and sea creature motifs, on necklaces of Arizona Boulder turquoise rondelles, from jewelry collections by Kamila Kubelik, inspired by visits to the American Southwest and the Pacific ocean. A feather, here hanging from the rear-view mirror of an off-road truck traversing Canyon de Chelly near Chindle in the Navajo Nation, is one of the inspirations for the Southwest Collection of Arizona turquoise, coral and Old World cast 925 silver jewelry by Kamila Kubelik. Detail of a necklace with Arizona Boulder turquoise rondelles and Old World cast 925 silver cylinders bearing a feather motif, from the Southwest Collection of jewelry by Kamila Kubelik. An inspirational kestrel feather creatively incorporated into an Old World cast 925 silver cylinder and combined with Arizona Boulder turquoise rondelles as part of a piece of jewelry from the Southwest collection by designer Kamila Kubelik. Lower Antelope Canyon, near Page, Arizona: an inspiration for Kamila Kubelik to combine 925 silver tubes hand-hammered by Old World artisans in Italy with Arizona apple coral Old World cast 925 silver plaque with an American Eagle Head motif amalgamated with Arizona Round New Boulder turquoise by designer Kamila Kubelik hanging on a dead cactus branch at Indian Cove in Joshua Tree National Park, Mojave Desert, California. Arizona Round New Boulder turquoise combined with a 925 silver plaque with an American Eagle Head motif cast by Old World Masters in the Czech Republic, decorating the head of a palomino horse at Cottonwood Canyon Ranch in Morongo Valley, Mojave Desert. Arid landscape near Hanford, California, another inspiration for pieces of the various jewelry collections by Kamila Kubelik. Sunrise in the desert in Coachella Valley, near La Quinta, California, an inspiration for Arizona apple coral and 925 silver pieces hand-hammered in Italy by Old World artisans for the Silver Stones Collections of jewelry by Kamila Kubelik. 925 silver tubes hand-hammered by Old World artisans in Italy with an Arizona apple coral barrel strand , ready for amalgamation into jewelry for the Silver Stones collection by designer Kamila Kubelik. Cottonwood Canyon Ranch, Morongo Valley, California: Nature contrasts the straight lines and molds of the 925 silver tubes hand-hammered by Old World craftsmen in the curly hair strands of a palomino horse, whose mane inspires some of the necklaces and other pieces in the Silver Stones jewelry collection by Kamila Kubelik. 925 silver tubes hand-hammered by Old World artisans that will be used designer Kamila Kubelik in her Silver Stones collection of necklaces. Joshua Tree National Park, Mojave Desert, California: a granite rock formation (the so called “Broken Egg” crevice) is the inspiration for 925 silver tubes hand-hammered by Old World craftsmen and employed by Kamila Kubelik in her Silver Stones collection amalgamated with Arizona turquoise and apple coral. Close-up view of 925 silver tubes, hand-hammered according to an Old World tradition, for the Silver Stones jewelry collection by designer Kamila Kubelik. A necklace of Arizona Boulder turquoise rounds with 925 silver tubes hand-hammered by Old World craftsmen in Vicenza, Italy, hanging from a Joshua tree in Joshua Tree National Park, Mojave Desert, California. From the Silver Stones Collection by Kamila Kubelik. Detail of a necklace with apple coral rondelles and hammered 925 silver (also known as sterling silver) tubes hand-hammered by Old World craftsmen in Vicenza, Italy, from the Silver Stones Collection by jewelry designer Kamila Kubelik. Sandstone rock formations in Monument Valley, Navajo Park, near Four Corners in Arizona at Sunrise Turquoise heishi and apple coral strands amalgamated with 925 silver tubes hand hammered by Old World Masters in Vicenza Italy from the Silver Stone Collection, together with a crab pendant from the Sea Creatures Collection all by designer Kamila Kubelik. Lone Joshua Trees in front of Cyclops Rock, Joshua Tree National Park, Mojave Desert, California: many vistas in the American Southwest inspire the motifs in the synonymous jewelry collection by jewelry designer Kamila Kubelik.