Monday, September 28, 2009
Pamela Froman's award-winning Tri-Pearl Slide necklace is featured in the Fall 2009 issue of Inside Weddings magazine... what a beautiful gift for a bride on her big day! Or, if you're a bride who wants to give your mother or Maid of Honor a unique thank you gift she will love forever... think "Pamela Froman"!
The Tri-Pearl Slide necklace, part of Pamela's innovative tri-color "Crushed Melange" Collection, is made of 18k Pink, White & Green Gold with Diamond accents, and features 3 unique Tahitian and South Sea Pearls, hand-selected for their beautiful natural colors. (By the way, this piece was the Consumer's Choice in the 2009 AGTA Spectrum Awards!)
Friday, September 18, 2009
National Jeweler magazine just featured a gorgeous pair of Pamela Froman earrings in their 2009 Fall Runway Report, Season Sense, to illustrate the popularity of "organic, sculptural forms." These colorful gold earrings are from Pamela's innovative "Ombre Crush" collection, inspired by the gradual color fade produced by the textile dip-dye technique. Although these earrings may look dip-dyed, each color is actually achieved with a different color of gold (18k white, 18k green, 18k yellow, and 22k,) which Pamela creates with special alloys. Cool, huh?
Saturday, September 12, 2009
Telluride Film Festival was going on, they set up a buffet in front of the store for the film people.
We got back from Telluride last week, we had a great trunk show at Dolce Jewels, and a fun time! It is so beautiful there: the mountains are just gorgeous, and the views look like paintings. The people are so nice and down to earth. And Beau, the owner of the store, and Susan, his main salesperson, were both so wonderful to work with! The Telluride Film Festival was going on at the same time, so we got to hear a lot of opinions about the different films in the festival. (We almost got to see the film "Coco before Chanel" at the outside theater in the park, but we got rained out.) I did have a little problem with the altitude sickness, because Telluride is about 8500 feet above sea level; I had problems when I was in Aspen, and this was even higher. I had to drink tons of water, and by the last day I was feeling almost normal! We got to meet a lot of interesting new clients and I love getting to meet collectors in person, because I am usually in my studio, and that interaction is great! I hope to go back again in the winter time... I will let you know when that will be!
Cheers and Crushes,