Pamela Zamore

Pam Zamore, the owner and designer behind her newly launched collection, has long been inspired by powerful, independent women and the soulful boldness and down-to-earth quality of sterling silver, particularly Native American pieces of the Southwest.

Pam, who is a former interior designer, explains. “I have a strong desire to seek out iconic elements from vintage jewelry, global cultures, art and architecture and weave them together into bold, personal talismans in the most versatile of metals: sterling silver. These pieces are often set with large scale cabochons. I strive for my jewelry to endure beyond trend and fashion, yet complement the pieces a woman reaches for most in her wardrobe.”

Pam can’t remember a time when she didn’t wear silver. “Growing up in the ’70s, I identified with the free-spirited bravery and earthiness of that generation of women who were part of the feminist movement.”

Pam has captured this vibe with strong icons and ornamentation that represent her ties to past generations yet are completely relevant to today’s empowered woman. Rebirth, regeneration and protection as well as mindfulness, equanimity and enlightenment are some of the other themes that resonate throughout the collection.

Pam’s timely creative vision has filled a niche for jewels that make women feel at home with themselves, yet project spirit and power out in the world.

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Since establishing my company two years ago and launching a first collection last summer, I have spoken of being inspired by strong women, especially those involved in the feminist movement of the Seventies, who have helped me find my voice. I continue to translate the shapes, character and resonance of pieces I remember my mother wearing into styles that are relevant today. I am now announcing a change to my company name—from Chasseur to Pamela Zamore—in part, so that women who buy my jewelry will know that the collection was conceived by a woman. It is my way of adding to the collective narrative of female empowerment.
Pam Zamore, designer