Pamela Love is an artist, jewelry designer, and drummer living and working in New York. She started her line in 2006 after working as an assistant to a painter. She gets her creative juices from tribal Indian and Africa, but this time, rather than channeling warriors, the jewelry is more spiritual, less violent. Pamela is inspired by religious imagery and traditional African and South American Jewelry. Every piece is handmade in New York.
As always, brass, sterling silver, and antique bronze run rampant through pieces that were inspired by the tribes’ beliefs in jewelry as a form of protection. There’s a spike necklace with quartz crystals for healing, a three finger ring with chakra-cleansing sapphires, and some pretty intense pentagrams to ward off evil.
For her classic collections and latest designs you can go to her website. To Buy and check out item prices click here..
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