David Morris jewellery

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Teri Hatcher, wearing the David Morris Bond necklace and Pierce Brosnan as James Bond in Tomorrow Never Dies
photo © United Artists, Danjaq LLC

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The David Morris 'Bond necklace', as worn by Teri Hatcher in Tomorrow Never Dies
photo © David Morris

photo © David Morris
The ring and necklace are currently on display at the Barbican’s exhibition ‘Designing 007- 50 years of Bond’
photo © David Morris

David Morris jewels have been worn by a number of Bond girls. David Morris’ friendships with his client Roger Moore and Maurice Binder, the famous title designer who worked on 14 James Bond films, resulted in the tradition of David Morris jewels featuring in Bond films including Diamonds are Forever (1971), The Man with the Golden Gun (1974), Teri Hatcher's necklace and ring in Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) and jewellery worn by Denise Richards in The World is not Enough (1999).

Pictured on the left are the necklace and ring worn by Teri Hatcher (as Paris Carver) in Tomorrow Never Dies. Teri Hatcher wears the “Bond Necklace” of platinum-set white diamonds, in an intimate love scene with Pierce Brosnan – and is ultimately assassinated in it by one of the villain’s henchmen. The appearance of the necklace in the film prompted many clients to come to David Morris' New Bond Street store in London requesting copies of the same piece.

David Morris was the only jeweller asked to exhibit with the 2012 Barbican’s exhibition, Designing 007- 50 years of Bond, where several pieces from the Bond films are on display, including Teri Hatcher's necklace and ring.

About David Morris
After a stint at London’s Central School of Arts and Crafts, David Morris qualified as a goldsmith in 1959 and established his own jewellery firm in 1962. David Morris opened his Mayfair, London showroom in 1969, the world’s finest jewellery collectors became his clients, including Empress Farah Pahlavi of Iran, Queen Noor of Jordan and ‘Queen’ of Hollywood; Elizabeth Taylor. Princess Margaret, Princess Ann and the Prince of Wales also became clients while the Eighth Earl Spencer bestowed his daughter Diana, Princess of Wales, with David Morris diamond jewellery. Sarah Ferguson chose a David Morris Burmese ruby surrounded by ten pear-shaped diamonds as her engagement ring from Prince Andrew, Duke of York, in March 1986 and that same year, David Morris also collaborated with film star Catherine Deneuve to conceive a collection of fine jewels. Find out more on the official David Morris website.

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