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Enamel, Diamond, Emerald and Gold Tiger Pin, David Webb - Animals, Black tie, Cocktail/Festive, Color, David Webb, Day/Luncheon, Diamond, Emerald, Event, Green, House, Neutral, Pins, Power dressing/Conferences, Stone, Tiger, Yellow gold - Rental Borrow.
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Enamel, Diamond, Emerald and Gold Tiger Pin, David Webb

$175.00 per day

18K yellow gold and black enamel tiger pin set with round emerald eyes and round brilliant-cut diamond “collar” signed Webb. Length 2.25″

$175.00 per day

Emerald The name emerald comes from the ancient Greek word for green and is the green to greenish blue variety of beryl. If a stone is “too light” to be an emerald, it is called a green beryl, although there is no agreement as to exactly where this distinction applies. Emeralds have been mined since 330BC and were used in Cleopatra’s jewelry, as well as by royalty throughout the world. Emerald is the birthstone of April and the stone of the 20th and 35th wedding anniversaries.

Enamel Enamel is a coating applied to metals using high temperatures to produce glassy vivid colors. This technique has been used throughout time, by the ancient Persians, ancient Egyptians, in China, Rome, Greek, Celtic territories, and the Byzantine Empire. Key styles include the cloisonné technique, known as the "cell technique," where are placed in a desired pattern and the spaces are then filled with enamel, as well as Champlevé, where patterns are inset on a thicker plate. Guilloché , associated with both Fabergé and Cartier, is symmetrical engraving produced by the Rose-Engine machine, invented in the early 1800s.

David Webb David Webb founded his eponymous company in 1948 in New York, becoming known for whimsical animal motifs including zebra, snakes, tigers and panthers among others. Before his passing in 1975, Webb was firmly established as a Hollywood favorite, with famous clients including Elizabeth Taylor and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.

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The emeralds, diamonds and enamelwork on this iconic David Webb Tiger pin adds style to your looks. This one works for day or evening, equally fabulous on the lapel of a tuxedo and on the waist, shoulder or v front or back of a gown and pinned to a suit jacket.

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