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The thrill of discovery is what drives and inspires Evan Yurman. The EY Signature® Collection is
centered on his passion
for creating one-of-a-kind jewelry with the rarest stones, antiquities, and materials.
Evan challenges the expected and explores new frontiers and technologies—all to design bespoke works
of art with pieces
from his personal collection.
It begins with a journey. Once Evan
finds each treasure, designs
flow from there: artistry
honors what is most
exotic and extraordinary about each one. He works one-on-one with master jewelers, setters,
engravers to bring each
idea to fruition in exacting detail.
“ THIS COLLECTION IS A PASSION OF MINE, WHERE I EXPRESS THE ROOT OF INSPIRATION ”
These are not just unique pieces of jewelry: these are stories of adventure—past, present, and
future. Each EY
Signature® masterpiece, handcrafted on-site in our New York atelier, will delight and astound
Peruse a selection of the EY Signature® pieces we've created over the years. While many of them are not
available, we hope their phenomenal stones, artifacts, and hand-worked artistry inspires you to create the
Hand-engraved platinum evokes the patterns inside a star pyramid diamond or—in a ring set
with yellow-green tourmaline—the texture of exotic snakeskin.
A platinum setting with cognac diamonds frames a 41.22 carat boulder opal from Australia, displaying
a unique north-south striation and exceptional fire. A once-in-a-lifetime piece.
Tsavorite is a variety of garnet not found in jewelry until the 1970s. It is exceedingly
in sizes larger than a few
carats. Here, an angular platinum ring setting echoes the original shape of a 29-carat
A raptor claw pendant wrapped with 18K white gold features a 2.85-carat alexandrite with
Alexandrite is the rarest gemstone in the world.
Selected for its size and the patterns of its golden-colored inclusions, an incredible 25.5-carat
rutilated quartz is
set in an 18K yellow gold ring whose facets echo crystal formations.
22K gold rings feature ancient coins and engravings. A silver Roman coin features an elephant—a
symbol of Julius
Caesar’s conquests. A silver eagle design represents ancient Rome’s military legions, and a bronze
carving of a horse
symbolizes victory and honor.
Gibeon Meteorite is composed of an iron-nickel alloy that reveals a woven matrix when
This unique pattern is
mirrored in a platinum shank hand-etched with a checkerboard design.
Since antiquity, skull motifs have symbolized mortality, inspiring a new appreciation for life. This
hand-carved from meteorite, features delicately applied 22K yellow gold inlay.
Two lions with cognac diamond eyes flank a 5.42-carat Colombian emerald in this 22K yellow gold
signet ring. The exquisite
hand-engraving exemplifies our finest craftsmanship.
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