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Pam Older Designs

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Pam Older Designs: Handcrafted Jewelry With a Contemporary Twist!

Looking for a gift or beautiful reminder of your special time in Newburyport? Pam Older Designs, founded in 2003 in New York, now has a gem of a shop slightly off the beaten path in downtown Newburyport. Pam’s offerings include elegant handcrafted earrings, necklaces and bracelets. You might recognize Pam’s work from the Sundance Catalog, Oprah Magazine or your favorite gallery, but her jewelry is designed and fabricated right here in Newburyport!

“I am so excited to be working and living on this vibrant coast. Discovering the Northshore has been endlessly inspirational! I am using colors from the marshes, the ocean, and the verdant farmland that surrounds us. My shop has become the place to go for unusual custom jewelry and wedding rings.

To compliment her delicate eye catching jewels the shop also carries Charleston Shoe Company shoes and other finds that Pam brings back from her travels.

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Pam Older Designs

42 Merrimac Street
Newburyport, MA 01950
(978) 358-8352

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