Monday, December 13, 2010

Houston Event: Personal Appearance / Trunk Show at Cotton Club Collection!

Join Pamela and I this week at Houston's favorite boutique, Cotton Club Collection! We'll have an array of beautiful one-of-a-kind and limited jewelry to show you, and Pamela loves helping clients find the perfect piece! So, come play dress-up with us, and you might just leave with a piece of jewelry that you'll treasure for a lifetime.

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Broken English is ELLE's Top Shop!

We're pleased to announce that one of our retail partners, Broken English in Santa Monica, CA, is featured as a "Top Shop" in the December issue of Elle Magazine! And, Pamela's popular "Headlight Hoops" are listed as one of their best-sellers! If you have jewelry-lovers on your shopping list this year (or you are the jewelry-lover!) Broken English is definitely worth a visit.

Monday, November 22, 2010

Personal Appearance / Trunk Show at Hummingbird Jewelers in Rhinebeck, NY!

Visiting family in New York for the Thanksgiving holiday? So is Pamela! And the next few days after that, she'll be visiting with friends and collectors at Hummingbird Jewelers in Rhinebeck, NY. So, after the tryptophan has worn off and you can move again, stop by and say Hi! If you're already in town and feel like a little window shopping, check out Hummingbird this week for a preview of the show.

Personal Appearance / Trunk Show
November 26th, 27th & 28th
Fri. & Sat. 10:30am-6pm, Sun. Noon-5pm
Hummingbird Jewelers
23A East Market Street
Rhinebeck, NY 12571
(845) 876-4585

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Gems That Inspire: Rainbow Moonstone

Pamela's gorgeous Rainbow Moonstone "Royal Princess Cap" earrings were selected to illustrate the latest edition of "Gems That Inspire" in Watch & Jewelry Review magazine! The article also quoted Pamela's thoughts about the celestial stone: "I love when a gemstone is made more beautiful by perceived imperfections, and rainbow moonstone is the perfect example of this! Inclusions in the stone create beautiful rainbow flashes, and the milkiness seems to intensify the colors," says designer Pamela Froman. "In fact, rainbow moonstone has become one of the most requested gems in my collection of one-of-a-kind and limited edition colored stone cap earrings."

The is a wonderfully informative article, written by Jeff Prine. If you'd like to know more about the beautiful gemstone known as Rainbow Moonstone, I've copied some of it for you below so, read on...

Excerpts from "Gems That Inspire" by Jeff Prine, published in Watch & Jewelry Review:

The moon has been worshipped since the dawn of civilization so it's no wonder that the shimmery lunar-like glow found in moonstones makes them such a popular gem. The problem is, the most exceptional examples - colorless with a blue sheen - are rare, expensive, and difficult to find. Thanks to recent finds in the India subcontinent, the jewelry industry has embraced a stunning alternative: rainbow moonstone.
Also from the feldspar family, rainbow moonstone gets its name from the traces of albite and anorthite that create a rainbow-like play of colors when light hits the stone, causing phenomena known as "andularescence." While rainbow moonstone tends to appear to emit a lot of electric blue color, it resembles the finest blue moonstones that have become so dear.
Nonetheless, calling this variety of feldspar a moonstone is actually a misnomer - albeit a deliberate one. Rainbow moonstone is really a "rainbow labradorite" since its mineral content comes from the labradorite side of feldspars instead of the orthoclase branch from which blue moonstone is derived. In some English-speaking countries, it's sometimes referred to as "petrol moonstone" since the gem's color play resembles the multicolor film that gasoline displays under certain light.

Moonstone can be found in Brazil, the European Alps, India, Madagascar, Mexico, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, and Tanzania, with the highest quality moonstones being found in Sri Lanka. Most rainbow moonstone, however, is found in southwest India.

Many of the metaphysical properties associated with moonstones are also associated with rainbow moonstone. The soft hues of rainbow moonstone are said to create feelings of peacefulness within one's self, while at the same time providing emotional strength, compassion, and inner confidence. Its labradorescence and the spectrum of light it creates are said to help with clearing and bringing in "uplifting energies." Therefore, rainbow moonstone enhances balance and harmony. The gem is associated with the Crown Chakra and is said to aid in granting wishes.
Another use of rainbow moonstone is protection, especially for those living in remote or rural areas.
Like the flashes of color, the gem purportedly elicits flashes of insight, increases intuition, and enhances one's creativity. It is said to enhance the power of the feminine, making it a favorite for brides (or those wishing to be betrothed.)

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Emerging Designers Collective Event at Lux Bond & Green!

Lux Bond & Green, Connecticut’s oldest family owned and operated jewelry store, will host a special Trunk Show Event with all three fabulous fine jewelry designers of the “Emerging Designer’s Collective” at their Westport location, November 12-13.

The “Emerging Designer’s Collective” is Pamela Froman, Suzy Landa, and Julie Romanenko of Just Jules, three very distinctive designers who are all making a name for themselves in the world of fine jewelry. Pamela’s unique “Crushed” gold designs have been featured in Town & Country, The Robb Report & W Magazine, and celebrities Rachael Ray, Diane Lane, and Halle Berry have all been seen wearing her creations. Suzy’s gold and gemstone jewelry is equal parts playful and elegant, which is probably why Annette Bening chose a pair of Suzy’s earrings to wear in the movie The Women. Diane Sawyer and Barbara Walters are also fans! Julie works with organic shapes, textures and themes to create naturalistic jewels of silver and gold with a vintage feel; her jewelry has been featured in InStyle Magazine, and Geena Davis wore Just Jules’ “Presidential Line” for her role on Commander In Chief!

Since each designer’s style is unique and complements the other, these amazing women have agreed to come together for this special event at Lux Bond & Green. This is a rare opportunity to meet all three designers and see their collections in one place so, if you love jewelry, this is a “can’t miss” event!

About Pamela Froman:

Born and raised in the giant melting pot of Manhattan, NY, and graduating from FIT, award-winning fine jewelry designer Pamela Froman began her career in Paris, designing jewelry for top European couturier salons, including Courreges, Cacharel, Carita, Guy Larouche, and Valentino. Living in Europe inspired the designer’s love of old-world architecture, especially scroll-y wrought iron gates and the decorative domes of St. Petersberg. Pamela strongly feels that individuality is the underlying theme of beauty, and believes “the more a piece is worn, the more beautiful it is because it becomes part of the person’s essence”. Froman also admits she has always favored irregular surfaces, which is why her Collection is textured with a special hand-hammering technique she’s dubbed “Crushed”.

Jewelry lovers have had a “crush” on Pamela Froman’s unique design style since the debut of her collection, which earned her the promising title of JCK Rising Star (2006). And when InDesign Magazine identified Pamela as one of the Best New Designers of 2008, it marked the beginning of an award-winning streak that has yet to slow down: She has since been honored to receive the prestigious Town & Country Couture Design Award for Best of Gold (2008), as well as the Spectrum Awards’ Consumer’s Choice Honor (2009), the MJSA Vision Award (2009), the WJA Diva Award (2009), the Couture Design Award for Best in Bridal (2009), and another MJSA Vision Award (2010)!

About Suzy Landa:

Suzy Landa's jewelry appeals to a self-assured woman who isn't afraid of a little self-indulgence: A woman who treats herself to fashion must-haves, not just an occasional piece for a special event. “Fine jewelry should be fun jewelry,” Suzy says. “Precious stones may be worn every day; bright colors can be surprisingly neutral; and diamonds...well, what are you saving them for?!”

Suzy began making jewelry for friends and family at age 5 using colored telephone wire and fuzzy pipe cleaners until she discovered that the candy necklaces available at every local drugstore checkout counter were attracting considerably more attention.

Many years later, as a refugee of the film business, Suzy returned to her childhood passion - this time studying metalsmithing in New York and subsequently turning a hobby into a business.

Today, oddly enough, Suzy still makes things with wire and candy-colored pieces that look good enough to eat; yet precious metals and gemstones have replaced the telephone wire and sugary beads of her childhood. Suzy's designs have evolved into innovative creations using enviable craftsmanship, and they continue to reflect those she made as a designer-in-training so many years ago.

About Just Jules:

Julie Romanenko has been creating jewelry for almost 20 years, and it has been an incredible journey. In 1996 Julie moved from New York to Scottsdale, Arizona; her exposure to both the Northeast and Southwest markets has enabled her to expand and develop her creative talents and, in 2002, Julie was one of five artisans invited to exhibit her work at the International Festival of Art in Florence, Italy!

Julie works with organic shapes, textures and themes to create naturalistic jewels of silver and gold. She carefully chooses gemstones that favor bright colors and rugged shapes, often leaving them in their natural state to be centerpieces in flirty necklaces, rings and earrings. Favorite gems include chunky odd-shaped pearls, Tahitian pearls, freeform boulder opals and watermelon tourmaline. Her playful twist to fine jewelry is unique and refreshing.

The latest Just Jules Collection includes vintage elements and new pieces that are vintage-inspired, created from Julie's lifelong fascination with Antique Jewelry. Her newest designs, one of a kinds, and classic favorites can be seen at galleries nationwide, and you can meet Julie at an upcoming trunk show and see the passion and love that goes into every piece of jewelry.

About Lux Bond & Green:

For over a century, Lux Bond & Green has been dedicated to offering truly extraordinary diamonds, jewelry, watches and gifts, exceptional customer service, and meticulous gift-wrapping.

Lux Bond & Green represents and partners with the most respected international watch, jewelry, and gift brands, which have helped them foster clients around the world. Their comfortable and elegant stores are staffed without pressures or commissioned sales and service staff who are completely dedicated to your desire for quality, value, fashions, design, and exceptional service. Lux Bond & Green is proud to be the oldest continuously operating family jeweler in New England.

Friday, October 8, 2010

Pamela's Great Gemstone Story

Great Gemstones. Great Jewelry. Great Stories. is a great featured article in Prism magazine, written by industry expert Marlene Richey! Marlene interviewed Pamela for this a few months ago, wanting to know about her favorite find at the Tucson GemFair this year, and how that gemstone became a piece of Pamela Froman Fine Jewelry. In case you don't get Prism, I've retyped the article below. Read on to learn about Pamela's design process, in the designer's own words. I hope you enjoy Pamela's great story!

Great Gemstones. Great Jewelry. Great Stories.
by Marlene Richey

For decades the jewelry design world has been dominated by men. But there has been a seismic shift in the landscape by an enormous influx of gifted women jewelry designers who are approaching their craft with professionalism, creativity, business acumen, excellent smithing skills and a new spirit. Walk the aisles of any fine, craft, gift, or fashion jewelry trade show and you will witness these changes for yourself. One of the insights women bring to the table is that women understand designing for women. And since the vast majority of ultimate consumers are women, this change in demographics only makes sense. They instinctually comprehend how earrings should hang, if a ring is comfortable and if a bracelet is "right", because they are designing for themselves.

Pamela Froman:
"I love going to the AGTA GemFair Tucson show, because this is where I look for special gemstones which inspire new designs. This year the gemstone that took my breath away was an Ethiopian Opal. These opals have so much warmth and fire... they are gorgeous on their own but, when I laid one on top of my 18k pink & yellow gold 'Ombre Cleopatra' ring I always wear, I discovered they looked great surrounded by both colors of gold! I purchased three of these stones, two small pear shapes for pendants and a large oval cabochon destined to become a one-of-a-kind statement ring."

"The design for this ring [shown] began in my sketch book. I love the feminine curve of scrolls, so I framed the stone with s-scrolls of both pink and yellow gold. I brought the curling scrolls into the design of the shank as well. This opal holds so much color on its own, I didn't have to back it with a solid piece of metal, which made it possible for me to design a gallery with cut-outs of scrolls and my signature 'PF' logo. Also, since the gemstone looked so good with both colors of gold, I decided to alternate the colors, so each side of the ring is opposite from the other and you can see both colors when you look down. By the way, I find looking down on this ring, into the depths of the opal, to be very calming. Part of me wishes I still had it, but it has already been sold to a client in Russia, and it now lives in St. Petersburg. Selling a one-of-a-kind piece is always bittersweet."

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Pamela Froman Personal Appearance/Trunk Show at Greenwich Jewelers in NYC!

Attention New York Jewelry Lovers: Pamela Froman is coming to NYC next month! She will be at Greenwich Jewelers, 64 Trinity Place, NY, NY 10006, October 7th & 8th. Pamela is a native New-Yorker, and is always excited to do a show in her hometown! (Especially since she now resides in California.) So, if you're nearby, be sure to stop in to meet Pamela and see all of her gorgeous new creations. You'll be glad you did!

Friday, September 17, 2010

Pictures from the Dolce Trunk Show during Telluride Film Festival

If you were lucky enough to be in beautiful Telluride for the annual Film Festival, then you probably noticed Pamela Froman's jewels sparkling from the windows of Dolce!

Pamela was not able to be at this show, but the wonderful Dolce staff took some pictures for us. They even captured a gorgeous double rainbow! Take a look...

Pamela has more Trunk Shows and personal appearances scheduled this year... Follow our blog, "Like" us on Facebook, and follow me (Jilienne) on Twitter, to make sure you're aware of any Pamela Froman events near you!

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Pamela Froman's Interview with The Jewelry Brief

Style Setters: The Jewelry Brief Interviews Pamela Froman
Individuality is the underlying theme of beauty for Pamela Froman’s designs. In her words, “the more a piece is worn, the more beautiful it is because it becomes part of the person’s essence”.
Pamela Froman was born and raised in Manhattan. After attending the Fashion Institute of Technology she began her career in Paris, designing jewelry for top European couturier salons, including Courreges, Cacharel, Carita, Guy Larouche, and Valentino. In 2006, shortly after the launch of Pamela Froman Fine Jewelry, Pamela was given the “Rising Star” Award by the JCK Show in Las Vegas. Since then, the accolades have not stopped; including recognition by In Design Magazine, the Woman’s Jewelry Association, Town & Country and the MSJA.
Pamela Froman’s unique style incorporates color, form and texture. Texture is possibly the singular feature that sets her jewelry apart from other designers. The “Crush”, as she calls it, is a hand-hammering technique used by Pamela to create individual, irregular surfaces. In fact, all of her jewelry is hand made, so no two pieces ever look exactly alike. They have either a free-form scrolling or organic shape or an “old world” feel with Maltese crosses, wonderful oversized links and amulet-style shapes. Color often comes from the metal itself, and combinations of platinum and gold or different alloys of gold are a recurring theme. The play of light on the hammered metal creates stunning hues. An array of different colored stones is the basis of the Scroll Cap Earring limited edition collection. As a self proclaimed “Rock Hound”, I could not help but love these earrings, as well as all of Pamela Froman’s designs.
How would you describe your personal [jewelry] style?
Sexy and Versatile: I like to design pieces that can be worn casual or dressed-up, because I think jewelry should be worn, not locked away in a safe. I also believe jewelry should make a woman feel sexy, and I definitely design with that in mind.
What inspires your creative designs?
Old-world European architecture has inspired a lot of my designs, especially scrolly wrought iron gates, and the beautiful domes of St. Petersburg. I also look at fabrics, and textured rocks, and often the gemstones I choose influence the design.
Bonus Answer (My favorite design elements)
I love irregular surfaces, so most of my Collection is textured with a special hand-hammering technique I call “Crushed.” Combined with a Satin finish, this Crushed texture gives a much softer, more natural feel to the metal. Aside from the texture, one of my favorite design elements is the Scroll; it’s a very organic, feminine shape, and I love the way it flows.

Past or present who has most influenced your direction in life?
That would have to be my Mother. She is a well-known sculptor, but was a shoe designer when I was a kid. She always encouraged my creativity, and taught me to look at the world artistically. My Mother is also the reason I went to FIT (Fashion Institute of Technology, NYC); I originally majored in Fashion Design but, while I was there, I discovered my true calling was to be a Jewelry Designer and switched majors.
What are some of your favorite cities?
Visually, artistically, I love Budapest, Prague, Lucerne and Paris; even though I lived in Paris for 3 years, whenever I visit, I am still inspired by its beauty and amazed by it’s nuances. Of course, I can’t leave NYC off the list! I grew up in Manhattan and, though I live in California now, I’m a New York City Girl through and through.

What do you love most about what you do?
I love having the freedom to design whatever I am inspired to design, and then bringing my vision to life. At the beginning of my career, I worked in Paris, designing jewelry for top European couturier salons, including Courreges, Cacharel, Carita, Guy Larouche, and Valentino. While I enjoyed the challenge of designing for established labels, I was constrained by the vision of each company. I felt the need to express my personal style, which is why I decided to launch my signature line. And, by having my own line, I’ve discovered the icing on the cake: when I travel to stores for events, I get to meet the people who buy my creations! I love how the perfect piece becomes part of the wearer, and seeing their excitement brings me joy.
What are you working on right now?
So many things! I’m really feeling drawn to the cool tones right now, and have been designing a lot with blue-toned stones like Aquamarine and Rainbow Moonstone; I just did a crazy-long Rainbow Moonstone necklace that I’m in love with! I recently launched a new collection called Arabesque Crush: scrolly pieces made with 18k pink and yellow gold and warm-toned gemstones like Peach Moonstone and Fire Opal, but my new pieces for winter will mostly be 18k yellow and white with blue and purple stones, so keep an eye out for that! Also, I have amassed a collection of unique gemstones that I’m using to design a collection of cool one-of-a-kind rings. Oh, and my one-of-a-kind and limited-edition colored stone cap earrings have gained a following, so I’ve been having fun expanding that collection as well. And, in the middle of all this, I make time to be with my Favorite Creation, my 5-year-old son, Hudson!

About The Jewelry Brief and its author
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The author is a jewelry historian, gemologist, and a passionate jewelry enthusiast! The purpose of the brief is to foster those already sharing the same passion for jewelry and to inspire those just curious through a mix of informative articles about the latest jewelry fashion trends, jewelry history, collecting and collections, and gemstones.
Jewelry is a decorative art, and should be collected like fine art. It has the ability to express love, power and glamour. The right jewelry can make any outfit.

Friday, September 10, 2010

letter from a new fan of Pamela Froman...

The rings that inspired the email: the custom 22k/18kw Harlequin Crush wedding set Pamela made for Caren

We received a lovely email earlier this week, from a woman who just discovered Pamela Froman Fine Jewelry, and wanted to let us know. We love feedback like this!

Flying back from our Alaskan honeymoon adventure, my husband and I met Caren and Kenny, a lovely couple from Santa Fe, NM. My heart was immediately drawn to their charming, outgoing personalities, but my eyes were immediately drawn to the sparkle on Caren's ring finger. She told me that YOU made her wedding rings for her and reset her diamond. I can't tell you how much I love your design and this ring, in particular! My ring is also a hammered band, but made of rose gold. Caren's hammered or "crushed" rings were the only other rings I've seen with that treatment. Anyway, I just had to say that you have a definite admirer in me! Maybe when Dan (my wonderful husband) and I are ready to make an investment in a more valuable ring, we'll come talk to you!
Hope you have a great day.

(last name removed for privacy)

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Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Pamela's Podcast and interview with Telluride Inside... and Out

Trunk show at Dolce: Froman's award-winning bling featured

[click "Play" for Pamela Froman's conversation with Susan]

PamelaFroman_hdsht This week in Telluride, not all that glitters is on the silver screen. A trunk show at Dolce Jewels, September 2 – September 4, features Pamela Froman's fine jewelry collection of handmade, one-of-a -kind, limited edition pieces comprised of multiple colors of precious metals (22 karat gold or platinum) and rare natural stones.

Born and raised in New York by her mother, the well-known sculptor and designer, Ann Froman, Pamela graduated from the prestigious Fashion Institute of Technology. She subsequently moved across the pond, settling in Paris, where she began her career designing jewelry for the top couturier salons, including Courreges, Cacharel, Carita, Guy Larouche, and Valentino.

Dolce summer 2010 blog The Pamela Froman Jewelry Collection debuted in 2006 in Las Vegas. In 2008, the artist was identified as one of the "10 Best New Jewelry Designers" by InDesign Magazine. Froman also received the covetedTown & Country Couture Design Award for Best of Gold, an award often referred to as the "Oscar of the jewelry industry." (While we are on the subject of Oscars in the making at the Telluride Film Festival)

Froman's bling is distinguished by irregular surfaces and a special hand-hammering technique she described as "crushed." Celebrities who “have a crush” on Froman's unique designs include: Halle Berry, Diane Lane, Debra Messing, Meredith Brooks, Whoopi Goldberg, Norah Jones, and Eva Mendes.

To set up a private appointment with Froman, call 970-728-6688.

To learn more about Froman and her collection, click the "play" button and listen to her interview.

Friday, August 27, 2010

Pamela Froman at Dolce Jewels during Telluride Film Festival

If you're planning to be in Telluride for the Film Festival next month, I've got some extra good news for you: Pamela Froman will be there, too! Pamela will be in Telluride, at Dolce Jewels, September 2-4, so stop in between screenings to say Hi.
Psst! Her award winning collection was sent along ahead so, if you get into town early, be sure to visit Dolce for a sneak peek...
Enjoy the SHOW!

Monday, August 2, 2010

Personal Appearance / Trunk Show at Max's!

Ladies, if you're reading this, I'm going to assume you're a jewelry lover. And, if you're like most women (myself included), you also love chocolate, right? Well, if you live near the Twin Cities, you're in for a treat! Max’s is a boutique that features artisan-made fine jewelry, home d├ęcor and specialty chocolates from around the world, and Pamela Froman will be there August 13-14!

You can find Pamela Froman creations at Max's year-round, but this is a special opportunity to meet the designer, and to see all the wonderful one-of-a-kind and limited edition pieces that she will be bringing with her. So, plan to stop by Friday, August 13, from 11am-7pm or, Saturday, August 14, from 10am to 6pm. (You can call 952-922-8364 for more info, or visit the boutique's website.) We hope you can make it!

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

The Connoisseur's Trail auction in Vail, CO

Pamela was featured in the Summer/Fall 2010 issue of Vail Beaver Creek Magazine, and their special insert, Panache, because she is donating a one-of-a-kind pair of "Scroll Crush Cap" earrings (18k Gold with Turquoise & Diamonds) to the annual Connoisseur's Trail auction. You can find Pamela's work in Vail year-round at The Squash Blossom, a very cool local gallery. (See previous blog entry for pictures from Pamela's recent Trunk Show at The Squash Blossom")

Proceeds from "The Connoisseur's Trail" will go to the scholarship fund for the Battle Mountain High school ProStart culinary program.
ProStart is the career-building program for high school students who are interested in culinary arts and restaurant and foodservice management. Throughout an exciting two-year period, they study in the classroom, participate in mentored work experiences, and test their skills in local and national competitions.
ProStart is an excellent career starter for high school students, an exciting teaching opportunity for educators, a truly rewarding experience for ProStart Coordinators, a chance to share practical knowledge for mentors, and a smart investment in the future for ProStart partners.
The Battle Mountain ProStart Culinary Team took first place at the Colorado Restaurant Association's state competition in March 2010 and placed fourth at the nationals competition in April 2010. ProStart and culinary teacher Sharon Wible and mentor chef Paul Ferzacca have helped students in the program win eight state competitions, one national competition and two second places in national competitions.

Friday, July 16, 2010

Had a great time at The Squash Blossom in Vail, CO!

My recent trip to Vail for a Trunk Show at The Squash Blossom gallery was sort of a working vacation, because I got to bring my family with me! We had such a great time. And my husband, who is a professional photographer, got some amazing shots of the beautiful scenery, as well as the cool gallery that was hosting the event. The ladies that work at the store are great not only nice but really helpful! By the way, The Squash Blossom carries my work year-round, so be sure to stop by if you're in the neighborhood!

Cheers & Crushes,

Monday, June 28, 2010

Rachael Ray shines, wearing a Pamela Froman Ring at the 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards

Nominee and presenter Rachael Ray was dazzling in her golden ensemble at last night's Daytime Emmy Awards presentation in Las Vegas. We especially love how she rocked Pamela Froman's 18k "Cleopatra" Ring on her right hand!

Thursday, June 24, 2010


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This will be Pamela's first Personal Appearance in Vail, CO, and she is bringing her one of a kind and limited edition pieces with her! Come see her at the cool gallery "The Squash Blossom", 198 Gore Creek Drive, July 3rd, 4th & 5th.

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Cool Cufflinks for Father's Day

Father's Day is this weekend, do you know what you're getting your one-of-a-kind Dad? How about a unique pair of cufflinks, like Pamela's mismatched "Harlequin Non-Conformity"? Handmade from 22k and 18k white gold, with prismatic-included Milky Aquamarine and Diamond accents, these are perfect for the man who loves to be different!

Friday, May 21, 2010

What's Hot in Vegas? Pamela Froman's Ombre Cleopatra Ring!

Have you seen the May issue of Rapaport Diamond Report Magazine yet? Pamela's "Ombre Cleopatra" Ring is featured in the "What's Hot in Vegas" section! This, and many other unique Pamela Froman creations, will be on display at the upcoming Couture Show in Las Vegas. If you're a retailer who is planning to be in Vegas to check out new lines, be sure to visit us at the Wynn! We will be in the Lafite ballroom, in the exciting new NextWave pavilion, booth NW-1; We look forward to seeing you there!

Monday, May 17, 2010


The Beautiful entrance to Reinhold in Plaza Las Americas

"The Fab Reinhold Girls", Yariza, Ivonne, and Barbie.

My counter during the trunk show and the cool walls painted by the artist, Sofia Maldonado

Close-up of display case

Marie Helene Morrow (right) talking with a client

Great Girls, Lily and Sheila (the new Manager!)

Reinhold Store in Ponce

The wonderful staff at the Ponce Reinhold Store

Jilienne at Jimmy's BBQ (Great Ribs!)

Jilienne in front of a cool tree at our hotel

We had a whirlwind trip to Puerto Rico! I had a Personal Appearance at Reinhold Jewelers in Plaza las Americas, a Cocktail Party & Trunk Show at the Reinhold Store in the El San Juan Hotel, and then another Personal Appearance at Reinhold in Ponce. I always love meeting the women who collect my work, inspiring new collectors, and spending time with the great girls who sell my work! It was a wonderful trip.

Friday, May 7, 2010

Pamela Froman featured in Watch & Jewelry Review

Hi Everyone,

We've been so busy lately, that I forgot to post this great bit of recent press! Pamela's super-long "Scroll Crush" Beaded Necklace was used to illustrate this Watch & Jewelry Review story about Imperial Topaz. They also quoted Pamela's thoughts about how she uses this beautiful gemstone.

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Monday, April 26, 2010

Reinhold Jewelers Mother's Day Personal Appearance

We are excited to announce that we will be at Reinhold Jewelers for a fabulous Mother's Day Personal Appearance/ Trunk Show. We will be in Puerto Rico, from April 29th thru May 1st, at 3 different locations, for details you can click on the back of the postcard. Please come by and see us and all the gorgeous jewels, we have some new exciting pieces!