By Ashley Davis
This 5.98-carat sphene is a highlight of Oscar Heyman’s 2020 holiday catalog.
New York—The holiday season will shine bright if Oscar Heyman has anything to do with it.

Known for its annual holiday catalog filled with incredible one-of-a-kind jewels, the American jeweler launched its first interactive digital edition this year. 

Typically photographed after the Las Vegas jewelry shows in early June, the tome was shot in the jeweler’s New York City studio over one week in July due to the pandemic. 
20201026 OscarHeyman2An 11.30-carat cabochon emerald with 25 round diamonds and six trillion emeralds alongside a diamond bracelet
The first interactive digital catalog features stone counts, measurements, and videos.

It’s the largest array ever shown in an Oscar Heyman catalog, showcasing 125 jewels that range from $6,000 to $600,000.

Stand-out items include a cat’s eye moonstone necklace priced at $160,000, an Art Deco-inspired Paraiba tourmaline and diamond bracelet valued at $330,000, and a 5.98-carat sphene ring priced at $28,000.

20201026 OscarHeymanxxxThe cover of Oscar Heyman’s 2020 catalog
The catalog’s cover (shown above) highlights a Paraiba tourmaline and Padparadscha sapphire bracelet in addition to a pink tourmaline ring.

The company announced in a note from the Heyman brothers in the catalog that it will donate a portion of proceeds from items sold in this year’s edition to Feeding America.

View the full catalog here.

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