David Yurman Albion Pendant Amethyst 20m new exclusive high-end


BrandDavid Yurman
CategoryVintage & collectibles, Jewelry, Pendant, David Yurman Vintage Pendants
Tags#David, #Yurman, #Davidyurman


Brand: David Yurman
Style: David Yurman Sterling Silver Albion Pendant 20mm Amethyst /Diamond Necklace
Stones: Amethyst & Diamond
Size: Pendant 20 mm/Chain 18 inch

This is 100% authentic, pre-owned David Yurman piece.
All items are cleaned and polished prior sale, and come with DY pouch.
No original receipts. We source our pieces through jewelers, who checks, cleans and fixes the items if needed.

We are not affiliated with David Yurman, nor with any other jewelry brands.

David Yurman is a company with almost thirty years history. Their design changes through years. Therefor, some items might vary in details due to the year they were made. DY designs also might vary through different retail outlets, they use to sell their pieces through, such as Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Sax, or their own DY stores.

Please note that due to all of these variations, DY pieces you have right now, might not be the same with the pieces at the store, or with the pieces that was sold few years ago.

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(RTTNews) - A report released by the Commerce Department on Monday showed a modest increase in U.S. construction spending in the month of March.

The Commerce Department said construction spending inched up by 0.1 percent to an annual rate or $1.731 trillion in March after rising by 0.5 percent to a revised rate of $1.729 trillion in March. Economists had expected construction spending to increase by 0.7 percent.

The uptick in total construction spending came as spending on private construction rose by 0.2 percent to an annual rate of $1.380 trillion.


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Spending on educational construction slid by 0.8 percent to a rate of $80.3 billion, while spending on highway construction fell by 0.4 percent to a rate of $103.1 billion.