Pamela Card is a jewelry artist who lives and works in Vancouver, BC. Her designs are strongly inspired by her travels around the world. With a deep appreciation of art and history, her designs embody the style of jewelry at a time period that bridges between Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman art.
- This brushed gold necklace was inspired by an opulent azulejo depicting a reclining nude along the wall of a small corner lookout at the Palácio de Estói in Faro, Portugal. These azulejos, predominantly detailed in blue and white, were often created to illustrate significant cultural virtues and historical events Portuguese antiquity. Strung onto a fine twisted box chain, this smoothly curving pendant was designed to epitomize the natural shape of a woman illustrated during the Rococo period.
- Handmade in Vancouver from 24K Gold Vermeil (which is 3 microns thick of 24K gold plated sterling silver).
SIZE + FIT:
- Pendant measures 2.5cm in length.
- Pendant measures 1.1cm in width.
- 20" chain