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The Art of Stacking
The Legendary David Webb Zebra
Style No. 21461E-3XXBEX
Cabochon coral, emerald and coral beads, brilliant-cut diamonds, black enamel, 18K gold, and platinum
Tassels are everywhere in David Webb’s oeuvre. From the splayed fringe of an earring, to the dramatic plunging finial of a sautoir, these swinging beaded bits of jewelry can’t be denied as extremely important in the work of the quintessential American jeweler.
This necklace was seen in a June 1972 issue of Harper’s Bazaar wrapped around the neck of Swedish model Britt Ekland, swinging wildly with her blonde hair tossed in her face. The photograph was taken by Bill King, and perhaps caught the attention of Marie-Hélène de Rothschild, because the necklace was sold to her two years later. She can be seen wearing the jewel at home in a press photo taken in 1980.
Most recently David Webb is taking tassels in a new direction, swinging at uneven lengths on the bias.
For purchases from our boutiques or davidwebb.com, David Webb will arrange an exchange or issue a store credit within 30 days of original purchase. All exchanges must be in the original condition and must be accompanied with the original packaging and sales slip. Please note that David Webb does not offer refunds for purchases from our boutiques or online store.
Custom-ordered pieces are final sale and cannot be returned or exchanged. For more information, please contact us at+1 (212) 421-3030, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.