Remembering a Jewelry Icon

With statement jewelry enjoying a major comeback on fall runways, it makes sense to look once again at the dynamic creations from the 1960s and '70s by the late Andrew Grima, who died at 86 in December. "Until now, Grima has been undervalued," says David Warren, head of jewelry at Christie's, London, who notes that what would thrill Grima most would be "to see 28-year-olds wearing their grandmothers' pieces." In his heyday, Grima had stores in Zurich, London, New York, Tokyo and Sydney, and counted a Swinging '60s Princess Margaret and Bond girl Ursula Andress as fans. In the '70s, when...

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