The 2010 Pamela Love Men's Jewelry Collection Channels the Dark Ages

By: Tiana Reid - Published: May 2, 2010   Updated: Jul 19 2011 • References: pamelalovenyc & selectism
New York City-based jewelry designer Pamela Love presents her 2010 collection of chunky men’s jewelry that incorporates materials including 14 carat gold, silver, copper, brass, and bronze. Claw cuffs, dagger necklaces, hearts, and animal skulls make up for an anatomical collection twisted with dark, medieval and grungy aesthetics.

Even though the collection is categorized for men, these Pamela Love mixed metal statement pieces can hands-down appeal to women as well.

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