Holiday Wishlist: Tiffany & Co.
With their famous blue boxes and a starring role in an Audrey Hepburn film, Tiffany & Co. has been a household name in jewelry for nearly two centuries. Headquartered in New York, the company sells jewels and other luxury goods around the world. Here are five of my favorite pieces from their current catalogue…
The Five Leaves Clip is one of the company’s classic collaborations with designer Jean Schlumberger; its mix of gold, platinum, and diamonds keeps the brooch fresh and interesting. ($22,000)
Paloma Picasso is the designer behind the Sugar Stack Earrings, which feature pavé-set black spinels in rose gold. ($3,000)
You get double the flower power with the Fleur Pendant — it includes not only a floral design but also rose-cut diamonds in its setting. ($10,000)
There’s nothing more classic than a diamond tennis bracelet, and the Tiffany T Diamond Line Bracelet ups the ante by setting princess- and rose-cut diamonds in rose gold. ($20,000)
No big deal — just the Soleste Yellow Diamond Ring. The Fancy Intense yellow diamond weighs more than two and a half carats. ($115,000)
If you could have breakfast at Tiffany’s, which pieces would you splurge for?
Disclaimer: I was not compensated for writing this post in any way, and Tiffany & Co. did not sponsor it. The opinions expressed here are solely mine.