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Pamela Love

Moon Phase Ear Climber Earrings

Retail: $1,000

Next Available Date: 1/17/2019
  • 18k rose gold
  • Pavé full cut white diamonds, 0.23 total carat weight
  • 22mm long

A painter and a stylist, Pamela Love’s career in jewelry making pulls from inspirations as diverse as American folklore and astrology. With strong, geometric symbols, an exaggerated scale and an intriguing visual texture, the look is distinctive, dramatic and bold. Learn More

A painter and a stylist, Pamela Love’s career in jewelry making pulls from inspirations as diverse as American folklore and astrology. With strong, geometric symbols, an exaggerated scale and an intriguing visual texture, the look is distinctive, dramatic and bold. Inspired by an eclectic mix of botany, alchemy, astrology and astronomy as well as by the Southwest and the architecture of New York, her patterns mix a variety of symbols and patterns into her own intuitive designs. Learn Less

Style No. PL-EM100-18R

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  • 18k rose gold
  • Pavé full cut white diamonds, 0.23 total carat weight
  • 22mm long

A painter and a stylist, Pamela Love’s career in jewelry making pulls from inspirations as diverse as American folklore and astrology. With strong, geometric symbols, an exaggerated scale and an intriguing visual texture, the look is distinctive, dramatic and bold. Inspired by an eclectic mix of botany, alchemy, astrology and astronomy as well as by the Southwest and the architecture of New York, her patterns mix a variety of symbols and patterns into her own intuitive designs.

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