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Sherman Field | 18 Karat Yellow and Pink Gold Triple Chain Bracelet

Lot Closed

December 7, 06:19 PM GMT


3,000 - 5,500 USD

Lot Details


Sherman Field

18 Karat Yellow and Pink Gold Triple Chain Bracelet

Designed as a series of 18 karat gold yellow gold links, joined by 18 karat rose gold oval-shaped hoops, length 7¼ inches.

"Sherman Field was founded in 1967 by my grandparents, Samuel and Renee Sherman, on 10c. Hanover Square in London. Originally specializing in high-end women’s tailored clothing, the brand was relaunched in 2019 as a fine jewelry label.

Sherman Field represents my commitment to quality, authenticity, and craft without compromise. Our jewelry is meant to be worn with power and grace by women and men of all ages. Whether it’s a French Art Deco diamond cocktail ring or a modern 18K rose and yellow gold triple-link necklace, every piece in the collection embodies the qualities of permanence and prestige. These are treasured heirlooms meant to last for generations.

I have curated rare vintage pieces from around the world, while partnering with a team of Los Angeles based artisans to craft new designs the old fashioned way under one roof. We developed our own signature 18K yellow gold, which has a warm hue that resembles the antique jewelry I inherited from my family. Many of our pieces combine 18K yellow gold with 18K rose or white gold, a process that can only be produced by hand. Our prideful attention to detail creates an assured feeling of proportion, weight, and scale. It’s comforting. It’s balanced. It just feels right.

After receiving my BFA in Art History from New York University, I returned to my hometown of Los Angeles and co-founded The Row with Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen in 2005. From there, I oversaw the women’s and men’s T as Design Director for Alexander Wang, and continued my work as Creative Director at EDUN from 2013 to 2016. Now I’m drawing from my family history and relaunching Sherman Field. Maybe one day it will be passed down to my daughters." - Danielle Sherman