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david webb gold and diamond “shell” earrings

Beautifully articulated textures eighteen carat gold “shells” accented with a spray of diamonds make these seventies earrings by David Webb the ne plus ultra. As seen in the Webb book, Signed David Webb, in Webb suede pouch. 1.5 inches long.

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About David Webb

About David Webb

In 1941, at the age of 16, David Webb came to New York to learn the rudiments of jewelry design. In 1946, he and his business partner, Nina Silberstein opened David Webb Inc at a 47th Street location. By the early 1950s, they had moved to 6 West 57th Street, retailing their jewelry through Bergdorf Goodman. In 1963 the firm opened its first salon on 7 East 57th Street where it remained until 1990 when it moved to the corner of 57th Street and Park Avenue. The firm is presently located at 789 Madison Avenue. They also have a branch in Beverly Hills. David Webb died in 1975 and the firm, under the direction of the Silberstein family, continues to produce jewelry from Webb’s vast collection of sketches.