SUSPENDED STONE DESIGN hand made by Kate, beach stone jewelry from the northwest.

Suspended Stone Design shapes
Suspended Stone Design shapes


trio pendant




bracelet and strand


single and pair earrings


Pine needle and raw silk bracelet 2006
Pine needle and raw silk bracelet 2006

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  2. Dennis Harvey says:

    Where can we buy these?

  3. Hi Kate,
    I’m writing you on two accounts. 1. I would like to buy a trio pendant from you for myself and 2. I’m wondering if you would like to donate a piece for the silent auction for the 4th Annual Black Diamond Sponsored Fundraiser for the Salt Lake Climbers Alliance. I’m the Director of the local non-profit, the SLCA. This is our main fundraiser of the year to raise money for climbing advocacy in the Wasatch. This will be a rad party on May 30th 6-10pm in the BD parking lot with crate stacking, beer, food, silent auction, ect. You should come if you are in town – I’ll put you on the list if you are and we can get you to compete in the arm wrestling or crate stacking ;).
    If you’re down, please let me know and I can send you the tax refundable receipt for your donation.
    Donations can be sent to:
    Attn: Holly Merriman
    Black Diamond Equipment
    2084 East 3900 South
    Salt Lake City, UT 84124

    Regardless if you donate or not, I would like to purchase a piece of yours. How do I do it?

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  7. sue bowerman says:

    I recently bought a necklace of yours at the Ansel Adams Gallery in Yosemite. It was the three stone pendant. Where can I buy a second one?

    Love your work!


  8. Emily Lester says:

    I love your art as a climber and jewelry maker. I have lived many years in the Sierra Nevada, my heart loves Yosemite Valley like no place on earth but the great wild of Alaska has caught my attention for now. I love reading about your excursions into places I have never seen. Keep on inspiring us through your respect for the beautiful landscapes, summit excursions and beautiful adornments you make. You are a little gem!

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  10. Briana says:

    Hi Kate,
    I just wanted to let you know that I love the necklace I have and I also have a funny story with it. Last year for my birthday my boyfriend’s family (some of which live on Vashon) got me a trio pendant. I grew up in Kirkland and love the northwest with my whole body, but I’ve been living in Salt Lake the last year and a half for a job. I’m not that much into wearing jewelry, but as soon as I got the necklace, I put it on and hardly take it off. I feel that it is very powerful to me, since I knew it was probably stones from the beaches of the NW, my home. Around Salt Lake I’ve had so many people ask me “Is that a Kate Rutherford necklace?” and I’d never heard your name before, so I just assumed it was a local Salt Lake artist I didn’t know of, and I would always say, “No, my boyfriend’s family got it for me from Vashon.” My roommate just asked me that again today, and I gave her that response, but she looked up your jewelry, and discovered that you were from Vashon! I’m moving back to the NW at the end of this month, but I just wanted to let you know that it has made me feel very connected to my roots the whole time I’ve been here. So thank you.

  11. elizabeth stanton says:

    Kate, I bought a three stone necklace from you on Vashon while visiting Catherine. I lost it. really want another one. how can I buy one from you.

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