Pamela Johnson’s timeless jewelry pieces are examples of "metal clay art" - which is a relatively new art form.
Pamela starts with silver clay and forms the shape, many times using a mold which she designs herself. After drying and filing, the piece is fired in a kiln and then polished. The clay portion burns off in the kiln and the resulting heirloom-quality silver jewelry is .999 fine silver (sterling is .925 silver). She adds a patina to bring out the texture and detail. She then applies a protective coat of lacquer to each one. The result is timeless, heirloom-quality jewelry.
Because each piece is made individually, they are all unique and are truly a wearable work of art. Her creations feature nature, faith, emotion and will express your spirit and personality in an exceptional way.