Stephen Webster Couture Zultanite Collection

Stephen Webster has firmly cemented himself not only as one of the best luxury jewellery designers Britain has to offer, but one who successfully combines classical craftsmanship with chic aesthetic, and his Zultanite collection are continuing testament to this.

Originally unveiled during the Couture Show in Las Vegas in June last year, the collection takes advantage of a Zultanite, an extremely rare color changing Diaspore found only in the remote Anatolian Mountains of Turkey. Such a rare and exciting material suits Webster’s glam-rock stylings perfectly, the man himself declaring “I’m particularly interested in the phenomenon of color change stones, and it’s compelling to be able to offer my customers a gem that has a point of difference from the marketplace”, further enthusing “it’s not one colour, it’s about four… if you’re looking for something out of the ordinary, they’re the first thing that are going to catch your eye”. … read all at thejewelleryeditor.com

 

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Stephen Webster. Couture Cocktail Ring in 18ct White Gold set with pave White Diamonds and Zultanite. Price from £48,000.

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Stephen Webster. ‘The Sultans Shield’ Couture Collar in 18ct White Gold set with pave White Diamonds and pear shaped Zultanite stones. Price from £696,000.

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Stephen Webster. Couture cuff in 18ct White Gold Bracelet set with pave White Diamonds and pear shaped Zultanite stones. Price from £47,000.

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Stephen Webster. Couture Zultanite Cross Pendant in 18ct White Gold Cross Pendant set with pave White Diamonds and central Princess cut Zultanite. Price from £14,000.

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Stephen Webster. Couture Drop Earrings in 18ct White Gold Cascade Earrings set with pave White Diamonds and pear shaped Zultanite stones. Price from £35,000.
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One Comment

  1. ZULTANITE
    Posted March 15, 2015 at 11:14 | #

    As a citizen of Turkey, I just learned such a beatiful gem exists in my country :/ Thx for share

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