By  on December 5, 2011

Theresa Bruno was itching to do something out of the ordinary with pearls.

After experimenting with diamond and quartz slices in her year-old fine jewelry collection, Jordan Alexander, the designer wanted to try the same with a pearl. Her vision was to sever one in half to reveal the inside portions — and create pieces with each slice as the focal point — but was told by a craftsman that the nucleation of a pearl wouldn’t be able to withstand such a process. Bruno didn’t let this dissuade her.

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