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Legendary Diamonds

The Tiffany® Setting, the most famous ring in the world.

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The Wade family necklace, created for the wife of the heir to the Western Union fortune, c. 1900.

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An archival sketch of the Tiffany Diamond, the most famous yellow diamond on earth.

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A sketch of the first Tiffany store in New York City.

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A Tiffany diamond ring of spectacular brilliance and superlative beauty.

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Founder Charles Lewis Tiffany had a passion for the world’s rarest and most spectacular gemstones, earning him the moniker “the King of Diamonds.”

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After Charles Lewis Tiffany acquired the French Crown Jewels in 1887, the Tiffany store became a destination for the best diamonds on earth.

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Millenia in the making, the prodigious stones in this diamond necklace honor Charles Lewis Tiffany’s dream of bringing the most extraordinary diamonds to the world.

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Each Tiffany diamond engagement ring is meticulously set by hand.

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Tiffany’s lotus flower ring was designed to showcase a 17.99-carat diamond with consummate beauty.

The one and only Tiffany Diamond, 128.54 carats of priceless beauty.

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  • Deanna Davis

    Is this back in the NYC flagship store? I miss seeing visiting it on the 1st floor during my Tiffany shopping trips. Such a beautiful gem.

  • Erin Willis

    It was there when I was there in September ...

A galaxy of Tiffany diamonds illuminates this pavé diamond bracelet.

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Tiffany craftsmen created Jean Schlumberger’s Stars and Moons necklace from the designer’s original pencil sketch.

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Tiffany’s master artisans brought to life Jean Schlumberger’s Stars and Moons necklace using skills passed down from generation to generation.

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Only the finest diamonds meet the level of excellence required to be called Tiffany diamonds.

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Tiffany designer Jean Schlumberger’s Stars and Moons necklace emanates a constellation of light.

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Many of Tiffany’s strikingly beautiful jewels are crafted by hand in the Tiffany Workshop, high above the Fifth Avenue flagship store in New York City.

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