The David Yurman Meteorite Collection

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The new David Yurman Meteorite collection looks amazing. David Yurman dares to use a stone that is truly out of this world: 4-billion-year-old Gibeon Meteorite. It fell in Namibia in prehistoric times, but its first recorded discovery was in 1836. This remarkable stone features crystals of iron and nickel that give it its distinctive patterns. To know that it is some of the oldest material known to mankind is truly astonishing. To wear the ring, tags, cuff links and bracelets it is to carry a piece of the heaven with you. Watch below the beautiful video Introduction.

 

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Credits:
Lifestyle Photography by Craig McDean
Still life Photography by Anthony Costifis
Director: Nathan Copan
DP: Max Goldman
Editor and sound designer: Ron Patane

 

More information at www.davidyurman.com