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Metal Clay Dreams of Pam East

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Pam East: "This ring came about as an experiment with hollow ring forms. I used templates I got from Metal Clay Supply to create the ring body. Then I inserted 20 fine silver wires for the explosion of pearls. I thought the best word to describe the result was Exuberant, hence the title."

Exuberance! - Pam East

Copper Lentil with floating pearl. This peice is featured in the summer 2010 special edition Metal Clay Jewerly magazine.

Copper & Pearl - Pam East

Leaf Pendant with white topaz cabochon. Her goal was for it to look like a suspended drop of water; the topaz worked nicely for that.

Leaf with White Topaz - Pam East

Blue Green Dream: Fun with Basse Taille Enameling. This peice made with ACS 650 Silver Clay and Soyer Leaded Enamels.

Blue Green Dream - Pam East

A River Runs Through It: Enamel on Art Clay Copper

A River Runs Through It - Pam East

Seven Deadly Sins Bracelet: This piece was inspired by the stage show, "The Seven Deadly Sins..... and Me", written and performed by Eva Moon. Pam created each fine silver charm to represent one of the sins. The bracelet itself, and clasp, are sterling silver; and the blue and purple accents are swarovski crystal

Copper Pendant with Enamel Necklace: $295