David Yurman is celebrating the holidays in its own distinctive way. Paying homage to various regions across the globe—primarily North America and Europe—the jeweler has produced a new collection of limited-edition bracelets with different takes on the cable bracelet. The cable is front and center to David Yurman’s aesthetic with the designer famously stating: “There’s nothing I don’t like about the cable. I feel totally at home and embraced by the form. I know what it can do and what I can do with it. The future is wherever it takes me.”
This holiday season, David Yurman celebrates New York, California, Canada, Paris, and Texas with new iterations of the cable bracelet, each with the unique qualities of the given location, ranging from color and architecture to art and design. They are all finished with a special engraving in honor of its namesake area.
The Golden State bracelet features ombré hues that shift from magenta to burnished orange, an ode to the California sunset in this aluminum design.
The Lone Star bracelet pays tribute to Texas with sterling silver and hand-set sapphires reminiscent of the white and blue of the state’s flag.
The Great Northern bracelet in sterling silver and hand-set rubies is inspired by the colors of our neighbor Canada.
A tribute to the City of Light, the Champagne bracelet is a nod to the iconic sparkling wine produced near Paris with champagne diamonds hand-set in 18k gold.
Finally, the men’s New York City and the Empire bracelets honor the city that never sleeps. The construction of the men’s bracelets evoke the iconic cables of the Brooklyn Bridge, and the green copper material nods to the Statue of Liberty. The bracelets, $475 and $525, respectively, are available exclusively at David Yurman boutiques in New York.
Top: Empire bracelet, $525, available exclusively at David Yurman boutiques in New York
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