EARL PARDON Master American Jeweler

Goldberg, JoAnn
September 1986
Ornament;Autumn86, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p42
The article discusses the American jeweler Earl Pardon. Pardon has been creating original jewelry for 20 years and has used a variety of techniques, materials, and forms unlike any other. He worked with Towle Silversmiths in the mid 1950s where he designed a silver and enamel bowl for Queen Elizabeth as well as an enamel and ebony cigar box for Sir Winston Churchill.


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