Diana worked with Richard Waller the acclaimed frame maker Middleburg, Virginia and together they designed prototypes for frames which would showcase her necklaces. Using the Tuscan Tabernacle Frame as found in the quatrocento the two were able to establish a prototype for these and future works. Diana is showing her clientele that her work is wearable art. When it is not being worn it is displayed as traditional art would be: on a table in the living room or hanging on the wall. By weighting the frames on the bottom Mr. Waller’s frames are stable enough to sit safely on any surface. They may also be hung on the wall.