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jar sapphire ring

A similar ring is pictured in the book on JAR made to commemorate “The Jewels of JAR, Paris” exhibition at Somerset House in London in 2001-2003, photos #24 and 25. This elegant ring is ca. 1980s, signed “JAR” and in original pouch. A size 6.5 it may easily be sized. Unheat treated sapphire surrounded by a fleur-de-lis and initials, 20.13 grams. Wearable art.

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About JAR

About JAR

Joel Arthur Rosenthal was born in New York City. He graduated in art history from Harvard in 1966 before moving to Paris. He initially worked in the film industry, and then opened a needlepoint shop, where his clients included Hermès and Valentino, and where his work with multi-colored yarns would have a lasting effect on his designs. After working with Bulgari in New York, he returned to Paris and opened a shop in the Place Vendôme in 1977; his initials, JAR, the only source of identification on the façade. Mr. Rosenthal works with his partner, Pierre Jeannet, to create exquisite jewels, superbly crafted in unique settings. His work is meticulous and imaginative, incorporating stones in unexpected color combinations. Only 70 to 80 jewels are created each year, for an exclusive clientele. In November 1987, in celebration of his 10th anniversary in Paris, Mr. Rosenthal held an exhibition of his work at the National Academy of Design in New York City. In November 2002, a retrospective of 400 jewels was held at the Gilbert Collection, Somerset House, in London.