Savannah Stranger

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Focusing on untreated Tahitian pearls, raw diamonds and 18-karat recycled gold, Savannah Stranger jewelry exhibits a freedom of expression that reflects the raw beauty found in nature. The debut collection includes the use of gold cast Keshi pearls, a silhouette that displays natural grooves and is considered to be imperfect by design, available in black rhodium white gold, yellow and rose gold and surrounded by diamonds. Savannah Stranger’s interest in pearls began somewhat unexpectedly during a trip to Tahiti when she was seventeen. Fascinated by the traditions of pearl cultivation and local craftsmanship, she spent seven consecutive summers in Tahiti, immersing herself in the culture, growth, selection, combination and valuation of the gems. Stranger’s unique approach to expression with pearls was also developed while gaining her BA in photography at Bard College and Jewelry Design degree from GIA. With a refined understanding of color and composition, she designed strands sold at global luxury brands including David Yurman and Tiffany, while designing for Pacific Perles. She continued her career with Dora Fourcade Designs until departing to launch her eponymous line. Savannah Stranger is proudly made in the United States.