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  • Ravenna Pendant Brooch

    Inspired by the pair of brooches owned by Diana Vreeland, the Ravenna Pendant Brooch represents one of Verdura’s earliest and most influential designs.

    • 18k gold, ruby, sapphire and semi-precious stone
    • With bale attachment to be worn as a pendant

    $42,500
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    Call us: +1 (212) 758-3388

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745 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1205 New York, NY 10151 | Phone: +1 (212) 758-3388
The Verdura Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 10am - 6pm

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745 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1205 New York, NY 10151 | Phone: +1 (212) 758-3388
The Verdura Gallery is open Monday - Friday, 10am - 6pm

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  • Please visit our Gallery

    745 Fifth Ave Suite 1205, New York, NY 10151
    Phone: +1 (212) 758-3388
    Email: info@verdura.com
    We invite you to browse the collection.

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…The Duc de Verdura became famous in 1931, when he introduced real jewelry at Chanel’s, where he worked for four years...

"Gypsies' Tinsels"

Verdura began his career in the early 1930s when he started working for Coco Chanel. Among the first pieces he made were the Theodora and Ravenna Brooches, vibrant starburst designs that symbolized their notable departure from contemporary jewelry of the era. Inspired by the richly hued mosaics and gold-encrusted treasures of the Byzantine Empire, Verdura set gemstones into gold like tiles, mixing precious and semi-precious stones in various colors and cuts. The primary colors of precious rubies, emeralds, sapphires and diamonds were electrified into new life next to the vivid half-hues of semi-precious amethysts, peridots and tourmalines. Diana Vreeland, future Fashion Editor at Harper’s Bazaar and Editor-In-Chief of Vogue, recognized their importance and quickly acquired them.

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