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The Tiffany® Setting, the most famous ring in the world.
i wish i wish i wish
this is my ring!
Such a classic!
It is absolutely PERFECT
The Wade family necklace, created for the wife of the heir to the Western Union fortune, c. 1900.
Love this dramatic necklace!
An archival sketch of the Tiffany Diamond, the most famous yellow diamond on earth.
A sketch of the first Tiffany store in New York City.
A Tiffany diamond ring of spectacular brilliance and superlative beauty.
This is beautiful! Love x
Founder Charles Lewis Tiffany had a passion for the world’s rarest and most spectacular gemstones, earning him the moniker “the King of Diamonds.”
After Charles Lewis Tiffany acquired the French Crown Jewels in 1887, the Tiffany store became a destination for the best diamonds on earth.
For Tiffany’s 175th anniversary in 2012, the priceless Tiffany Diamond was reset in a magnificent necklace of white diamonds.
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.
Each Tiffany diamond engagement ring is meticulously set by hand.
Tiffany’s lotus flower ring was designed to showcase a 17.99-carat diamond with consummate beauty.
No one does elegance, like Tiffany & Co.
So beautiful and elegant!
The one and only Tiffany Diamond, 128.54 carats of priceless beauty.
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.
It was there when I was there in September ...
A galaxy of Tiffany diamonds illuminates this pavé diamond bracelet.
Tiffany craftsmen created Jean Schlumberger’s Stars and Moons necklace from the designer’s original pencil sketch.
Tiffany’s master artisans brought to life Jean Schlumberger’s Stars and Moons necklace using skills passed down from generation to generation.
Only the finest diamonds meet the level of excellence required to be called Tiffany diamonds.
Tiffany designer Jean Schlumberger’s Stars and Moons necklace emanates a constellation of light.
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.