Friday, December 12, 2008

2nd Day of Christmas Feature on Edmond

I wanted to make something that had the scale and heft of an old pocket watch--a piece that felt very pleasing to the eye and to the touch. The Edmond just feels good on and the shape is inviting, like a worry stone. I made it in 2006 and it has become a favorite among our collectors. The Apache blessing makes it a powerful talisman and I like the idea of wearing it so close to one's heart.

I gave the Edmond in 18k to my mother for Christmas one year and she loved it, although she didn't have it long before Grandpa Bellmer took it over. I would describe his style as 'Harley Guy with Pony Tail.' He now wears it everyday which really drives the point home that many of the styles work beautifully for both men and women.


  1. I have to admit, the first thing i did when I got up at 6am was check to see what the "surprise" was for the second day of Christmas -- what a brilliant idea. Yesterday's Palmer Cuff has been on my list since its creation, so of course, I had to have it. Your personal approach to these offers is just one of the reasons your followers love you so much...

  2. well I am relieved to hear this is not too annoying because we have TEN MORE DAYS of email blasts--he he...and then some more!!! but it has been really fun over here coming up with ideas to help us and everyone else get through the season and the response has been great. thank you for getting a Palmer!! p.s. this excercise is turning me into a sort of J. Peterman of jewelry :)

  3. This is such a beautiful piece. As Janine Belvini knows, I wear this as a third necklace with Calder and Emily, both of which I never take off!

  4. How much would it cost in white 18k gold? and also could I have another message written?