The pair of earrings Taylor Swift wore with her midnight blue two-piece Roberto Cavalli dress at the 2023 Grammy Awards will soon be up for auction.
Created by jeweler to the stars Lauren Schwartz, a pair of diamond-sized baubles worn by Swift will be part of an upcoming auction by JOOPITER, the global digital-first auction house founded by Pharrell Williams. The four-panel earrings are crafted from more than 136 carats of natural purple sapphires, paraba tourmalines and diamonds, set in 18 carat white gold and are estimated to cost around $3 million.
The auction house will present its first dedicated fine jewelery auction, A journey through gemsin partnership with Lorraine Schwartz. A journey through gems will feature a selection of the world’s rarest stones and iconic, one-of-a-kind creations from Schwartz’s storied career. Both recent and preserved creations – including bracelets, necklaces, rings, earrings and rare loose stones – are adorned with historical and cultural relics.
Lorraine Schwartz said: “I was fortunate enough to meet Pharrell 20 years ago, and we have formed an incredible friendship through a mutual appreciation of the world’s most spectacular and unique gems. For me, the journey through gems Not only is the production of the finest gems available now, but also the story of our journey and relationship as told through gems. I am excited to partner with JOOPITER for this sale of a lifetime, bringing these gems to life. Reaching and bringing their authenticity to a global audience.”
The auction will open for global bidding on Friday, March 17 at JOOPITER.com.