David Yurman

    For more than 30 years David Yurman has created signature sterling silver and gold jewelry for a loyal following, but in 2010 with the opening of a Madison Avenue flagship store, the designer and his son collaborated on a series of high-end and one-of-a-kind pieces that illustrate the designer’s eye for exceptional gemstones and quality craftsmanship. The new statement pieces feature unusual gemstones and new concepts but carry the familiar Yurman signature cable—the twisted silver or gold wire that has been the company’s hallmark for nearly 30 years. Most of the stones will be used in jewelry designs, while the remainder will be set aside for clients who are interested in bespoke commissions.

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