Our newest collection. Released in November 2020, David Webb’s unique combination of symbolism and exceptional construction is brought to life in this series of talismanic pendant necklaces.
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New York's 57th Street is where fashion and culture
meet, and where David Webb had his boutique for many years. This is jewelry for sophisticates: urbane, stylish, and always modern, where diamonds meet 18K gold.
Nearly every ancient culture around the world inspired David Webb: The arts from Africa, Asia, the Americas and more were all re-imagined as modern jewels in David Webb's hands.
Brocade: A rich silk fabric with raised embroidery of golden thread. The David Webb Brocade bracelet, imagined in the 1970s, offsets links and precious gems.
Bold color forms the David Webb palette: turquoise "lights up the face", and coral "has pizzazz." The Colors Collection is color for grown-ups.
Banish the solitaire! David Webb could fashion diamonds into paving patterns on a bracelet or cascade a strand of marquise diamonds into earrings.
The first animal bracelet appeared in 1957, unleashing a near-obsession with whatever could fly, crawl, swim or run.
Design with a capital "D" is the scaffolding for every major David Webb collection. The jeweler's enamel and diamond sautoirs, bracelets, geometric rings, and earrings showcase David Webb's love of graphic patterns, architecture, and op art.
Shapes and geometric forms, expressed simply in black and white enamel, brilliant-cut diamonds, 18K gold, and platinum. Its understated look is its strength.
Click here for more on the story of Motif.
In 1971, David Webb adapted the common nail as his creative canvas, turning it into 18K gold bracelets, rings,
and more. Today, the Nail is created in hammered and polished gold variations, with and without diamonds.
Click here for the story of the Nail Collection.
David Webb Totems. Unique creations from our workshop, stacking shapes and colors by combining one-of-a-kind colored stones.
Rock crystal is a luminous alternative to diamonds. David Webb loved pearls and thought they should be "as big as lima beans."
The Twilight collection exudes radiance and light, iconic David Webb.
David Webb has always had an affinity for unusual materials. The Woodworks Collection takes classic Webb designs and crafts them into sleek jewelry with ebony or bloodwood.