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David Yurman : Cable - by David Yurman & Paul Greenhalgh & William Norwich & Carine Roitfeld (Hardcover)
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A celebration of Yurman’s emblematic cable motif, this book explores the form’s enduring appeal through the lens of an iconic American jewelry house. Since 1983, when David Yurman debuted its now-legendary Cable bracelet, the twisted helix has been the American jeweler’s signature. As Yurman himself states, “Cable is the river that runs through all of our collections.” Unifying his designs—from diamond-encrusted cuffs to modern timepieces and more—the form nods to antiquity while highlighting Yurman’s renown for creativity and contemporary craftsmanship. Rhythmic, strong, and flexible, it epitomizes sculptural simplicity, opening the doors to myriad possibilities. The book explores cable as an archetypal form and Yurman’s artistic use of it as a grand hypothesis steeped in both history and nature as the brand’s defining visual icon. With never-before-seen sketches, breathtaking photography, and informative text, this exquisite volume will be sought after by design and jewelry lovers.
Number of Pages: 222
Genre: Art, Antiques + Collectibles
Publisher: Random House Inc
Author: David Yurman & Paul Greenhalgh & William Norwich & Carine Roitfeld
Street Date: October 24, 2017
Item Number (DPCI): 248-48-3864
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