A Trip to Zambia with Stephen Webster Tops ‘Fantasy Gifts’

Here, Stephen Webster’s iconic butterfly design is executed in emerald.

Dallas–Neiman Marcus has released the 91st edition of its annual Christmas Book featuring out-of-this world fantasy gifts, including a trip to Zambia with Stephen Webster.

For $300,000, one jewelry lover can head to the Gemfields Kagem mine with Webster, where they will view raw emeralds being sorted firsthand, before a dinner at the mine’s lake house.

Next on the itinerary is a two-day sojourn to the Royal Livingstone Hotel by Anantara and a trip to Victoria Falls.

After that, Webster’s guest will head to London for a stay at the Connaught Hotel and a day spent at Webster’s studio, where they will collaborate on the custom design of fine jewelry piece centered on a 7.2-carat Gemfields emerald. Next is a private dinner with Webster and his wife, Assia.

Finally, the fantasy gift recipient will be sent their one-of-a-kind piece upon completion, along with its final sketch, signed by Webster.

Of the $300,000 price tag, $40,000 will go to The Heart of Neiman Marcus Foundation, which helps benefit organizations that provide enriching art education and experiences to youth.

The Stephen Webster Zambian experience is one of the Christmas Book’s most interesting and luxurious offerings this year, though not its most expensive.

A pair of yours-and-mine limited-edition Rolls-Royces will set their owner back $439,625 for the blue color or $445,750 for orange, and a private New Year’s Eve party for 300 friends on the rooftop of The Knickerbocker Hotel, which overlooks Times Square, will cost a cool $1.6 million.

News Source: nationaljeweler.com

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