Lapis and Diamond Earrings by JAR

  • These stunning lapis earrings are by renowned jeweler JAR
  • The rich blue lapis is accented with rows of sparkling white diamonds
  • Statement-making and avant-garde, the pair embody JAR's unbridled creativity
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Item No. 31-5103

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These architecturally stunning lapis and diamond earrings by renowned jeweler Joel Arthur Rosenthal (JAR) embody the artistry and innovation that have made him one of the most celebrated jewelers of the last century. The deep blue lapis, formed into four fan shapes, is striking and statement-making, while rows of white diamonds add a touch of sparkle. The lapis fans sit on either side of the earlobe for an avant-garde design that showcases the unbridled creativity for which JAR is known.

Known by his initials, Joel Arthur Rosenthal has been a well-kept secret for over forty years, creating singular works of art for select clients out of the most colorful and striking materials. Eschewing traditional techniques and forms, JAR pushes the boundaries of imagination and design. Creating pieces solely for aesthetic instead of commercial value, every piece of JAR jewelry is entirely unique and crafted with the utmost skill, care and attention to detail. His exclusive client list includes Elizabeth Taylor, Barbara Walters and Ellen Barkin, and in 2013 he became the first living jeweler to have a retrospective at the Met.

Stamped "JAR Paris / 88"
Lapis and Diamond Earrings by JAR
Period: 20th Century
Origin: France
Type: Earrings
Style: Modern
Lapis and Diamond Earrings by JAR
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