Lavender Tanzanite Earrings by Raymond Yard, 13.41 Carats

  • Two cushion-cut lavender tanzanites display a remarkable deep lavender hue in this pair of earrings
  • Tanzanite is one of the rarest gemstones in the world, found only in the African country of Tanzania
  • Raymond Yard is considered one of the great Art Deco jewelers
  • Accented by 0.91 carat of white diamonds and set in platinum
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Item No. 31-6357

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Two cushion-cut lavender tanzanites totaling 13.41 display a remarkable deep lavender hue in these elegant and sophisticated earrings by celebrated jeweler Raymond Yard. Tanzanite is one of the rarest gemstones in the world, found only in the African country of Tanzania for which it is named. Tanzanite's natural pleochroism - the ability for a gem to show more than one color - gives these jewels a mesmerizing and romantic cool purple tone. These exquisite gemstones are accented by an additional 0.91 carat of diamonds, arranged in a platinum setting with Art Deco flair. 

A standard-bearer for exceptional quality and meticulous artistry, Raymond Yard is considered one of the great Art Deco jewelers. In the age of American enterprise, the New York jeweler created one-of-a-kind jewels for Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, Woolworths and DuPonts. Distinguished for their superb caliber and Art Deco aesthetic, Raymond Yard jewels are classically beautiful and steeped in legacy.
Lavender Tanzanite Earrings by Raymond Yard, 13.41 Carats
Maker: Yard, Raymond
Period: 20th Century
Type: Earrings
Style: Art Deco
Lavender Tanzanite Earrings by Raymond Yard, 13.41 Carats
Gemstone of a Generation: History of Tanzanite

The remote and barren region of Tanzania in East Africa might not seem like much at first. However, there rests a spirit in this place, possibly familiar to those who have read Ernest Hemingway’s The Snows of Kilimanjaro, that ...

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