Albion Pendant with Hematine and Diamonds
- Sterling silver
- Faceted hematine, 14 x 14mm
- Pavé diamonds, 0.27 total carat weight
- Pendant, 20 x 20mm
- Chain sold separately
In antiquity, the island of Great Britain was known as Albion. For the ancients, it referred to the white cliffs of Dover that line the coast and served as a marker for returning sailors. For the great Romantic poet William Blake, the name represented the liberation of humanity and the dawn of a new day. And for David Yurman, it inspired a collection of radiant bezel-set designs, capturing both the sense of a journey’s end and the brilliant beginning of something new.