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The World Of David Morris : The London Jeweler - Annabel Davidson

The World Of David Morris

The London Jeweler

By: Annabel Davidson, Phoebe and Cecily Morris

Hardcover | 17 September 2024

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Specializing in the most-prized gemstones, from Colombian emeralds to sapphires found in the remote hills of Kashmir, David Morris celebrates color, flawless craftsmanship, and unique creativity in jewelry design. This is the jewelry house's first major book.

David Morris established his eponymous fine jewelry house in 1962 at the height of the Swinging Sixties and quickly gained a global reputation for his opulent use of the rarest, most extraordinary gemstones and for innovative design sought by jewelry connoisseurs the world over. The house's creations--now overseen by his son Jeremy Morris--are all designed and handcrafted to exacting standards in the New Bond Street atelier.

This sumptuous slipcased tome, featuring brand-new photography and newly commissioned gouaches created especially for the book, delves into the enchanting history of David Morris, aka the London Jeweler, whose legacy shines as brilliantly as the gemstones the house atelier transforms into objects of art. Over the years the house has gained a reputation for adorning Hollywood, British, and European royals from Elizabeth Taylor to Diana, Princess of Wales. Today, a David Morris jewel still radiates star quality, connecting the brand's storied past to its future. This first major monograph debuts some of the house's latest, most innovative designs as well as a large selection of its most famous pieces, and beautifully showcases the sophistication and creativity of one of the most masterful jewelers working today.

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