Pam Robinson's Profile

About

I’m a Jersey transplant and somewhat eccentric pet lover living in the metro Atlanta area. After working for a million years in corporate America, I decided to sell sterling silver jewelry ... and then I discovered this place called Etsy in '06. Ever the lover of jewelry, it dawned on me that this was not the Impossible Dream ... just "do it," said my inner voice. Who argues with *that* voice? Not me.

I design for the unconventional free spirit--you know who you are ... likely upbeat and independent ... a person who owns their look, no apologies required. You don't necessarily follow trends because you set your own. That simple.

Eclectic by design, I love to work with color and texture and enjoy pairing the most unusual suspects together, often in an asymmetrical style. I refer to my personal style as eclectic “random chaos” and I craft…

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  • Female
  • Born on December 16
  • Joined January 12, 2008

Favorite materials

lapis lazuli, Karen Hill Tribe silver, freshwater pearls, all organic stones, turquoise

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cooljewelrydesign
boho minimalist luxe jewelry boutique...

About

I’m a Jersey transplant and somewhat eccentric pet lover living in the metro Atlanta area. After working for a million years in corporate America, I decided to sell sterling silver jewelry ... and then I discovered this place called Etsy in '06. Ever the lover of jewelry, it dawned on me that this was not the Impossible Dream ... just "do it," said my inner voice. Who argues with *that* voice? Not me.

I design for the unconventional free spirit--you know who you are ... likely upbeat and independent ... a person who owns their look, no apologies required. You don't necessarily follow trends because you set your own. That simple.

Eclectic by design, I love to work with color and texture and enjoy pairing the most unusual suspects together, often in an asymmetrical style. I refer to my personal style as eclectic “random chaos” and I craft OOAK (one of a kind) jewelry very similar to how I cook—the recipe is often tweaked to the point of no recipe being followed—therefore, a very intuitive process.

Fond memories of forays to New Hope, PA, and Sausalito, CA, and it's (then) artsy boutiques left an imprint. Therefore, most of my pieces are boutique wearable art that will never be copied. A few Limited Edition. Bohemian? Oh, yeah ... and often modern or minimalist. I have worked on making what I call value added pieces where, for example, a beaded bracelet will have 2 focal areas ... just turn it around for a second fashion statement.

It's important to me for you to know this: I search high and low for components that meet my high standards. For one thing, I am a real fan of our Etsy glass artists and you will often see me incorporate lampwork...so look for a footnote of explanation on that, as it reflects the quality of components and, ultimately, the pricing. Same goes for Venetian Murano glass from the island of Murano, a 5 minute boat ride from Venice.

I want you to be 100% happy with your purchase. If you are unsatisfied with an item for any reason, please contact me ASAP so we can discuss rescue tactics.

Canadian and other global visitors--welcome! I want to offer the best customer service to you and PART of that is our mutual understanding as to whether you wish to purchase insurance (highly recommended due to the one of a kind jewelry)...please see shop policies.

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Thanks for stopping by. If you need to contact me offline, drop a line at pam_premier [!at] yahoo.com. Please mention my shop/Etsy in the subject line or it will likely get dumped in the spam folder...sorry.

Warm regards,

Pam
cooljewelrydesign.etsy.com

PS Would like to expand on Favorite Materials shown below.

Top quality gemstones, lampwork, unusual sterling silver and other metal components, Venetian Murano glass, unique beads, eclectic ingredients found while shopping in Europe ... I do not look for bargain basement elements and I never will. Where you see a much lower price, most likely there was a huge sale going on at the supplier, of which I have many. I do shop around for the best. I would never sell what I myself would not want to wear. Hope that makes sense. Too much time is often wasted sourcing inferior stones ... and time = money. I like to avoid all that.

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