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In honor of his company's 30th anniversary, jewelry mogul David Yurman unveiled his renovated Madison Avenue Townhouse in May 2010, a 2,000-square-foot space decked with marble floors and walnut and bronze accents. The flagship features his signature Cable and Crossover Collections, as well as sterling-silver bangles and cuffs—many adorned with pearls or diamonds. For those seeking an even more eye-catching accessory, his Albion and Renaissance Collections are resplendent with oversize gemstones while a small selection of his and hers watches are just as posh with diamond-set bezels and alligator straps. An exclusive bridal line, a children’s section with birthstone necklaces, charm bracelets, and baby rattles… Whatever the occasion, Yurman’s probably crafted a bangle or bauble that’s more than appropriate.Wedding Rings
Yurman’s bridal collection includes bands for men and women. Rings adorned with the brand’s signature cushion-cut diamond and his trademark cable design abound. Bands start at $500, engagement rings at $7,000.
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