Designer Pam Meyer has been producing jewelry since 1984. She creates pieces with castings taken from industrial artifacts, incorporating items such as gears, levers, antique keys, 45rpm record inserts, and other found objects. She draws her inspiration from the urban environment, the remnants of the machine age, and monumental forms that convey a feeling of strength and simplicity.
Pam creates all of her jewelry from pewter castings made from reclaimed metals, brass-based chains, and findings plated with finishes in antique silver, antique brass, and antiqued copper. Earring posts and wires are surgical steel.