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- The DY Crossover, sans pave is 1.13 carats for $15,000.
- The Madison. There are only 4 in the entire company right now and range from 2.02 carats for $58,000 or 2.59 carats for $110, 000
- An accessible Capri is .71 carats for $8,600
- This is The Renaissance. She's a 1 carat beaut fetching $17,250.
- The Single and Double Cable Solitaire - David Yurman's signature styles.
- This Verona is 1.01 carats for a cool $17,000.
- The Crossover, also called the Bridal X, set in platinum is 1.13 carats for $15,000.
Though the style names for David Yurman's rocky rings stay the same for the most part from year to year, the vision of the style changes slightly. For this reason, we'd like to update you on the freshest design from the East Coast based house of sparkle. Behold: the Verona, Renaissance, Halo, Crossover with and withuot pave, the Classic Cable Solitare, and the lovely DY Bridal X. Keeping in mind, a 2.59 carat Madison they can show you on Oak Street fetches $110,000, you'll probs want to get the tissues ready-- they'll come in handy to sop up the drool off your keyboard.
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