About This Piece:
About De Vroomen London:
Leo de Vroomen is recognized today as one of the world’s most prestigious designers of bespoke jewelry.
Born in Holland during the Second World War, Leo was the youngest of eight siblings and the family tulip growing business was long since spoken for.
From an early age he dreamed of a more artistic life, a world away from farming.
Following his apprenticeship in The Hague and qualifying as a Master Goldsmith in Switzerland he came to London in 1965.
Whilst lecturing in jewelry design at the Central School of Art and Design (now Central St. Martins) he met Ginnie, his future wife, design partner and muse. This successful relationship resulted in the formation of De Vroomen Design.
More About the Piece:
||18k Yellow Gold
Weight: 15.8 grams
||Large oval cut citrine 16mm x 12mm
||De Vroomen maker's mark LDV 750