Tiffany & Co. Has Unveiled Its Newest Fine Jewelry Collection Inspired By New York’s Architectural Codes

Tiffany Knot, Anya Taylor Joy

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Tiffany & Co. has unveiled its newest fine jewelry collection, which is inspired by New York’s architectural codes. The Tiffany Knot collection is elegant with a hint of ruggedness, just like New York City. The concept of “chain link,” a motif commonly seen on city streets, inspired this collection of jewelry. It also symbolizes the interconnectedness of human relationships, especially in a cosmopolitan city like New York, in a metaphorical sense.

The collection’s designs, such as bracelets, rings, necklaces, pendants, and earrings, capture the energy and character of New York. Some of these stunning pieces are set with dazzling pavé diamonds and cast in 18-carat yellow or rose gold.

The Tiffany Knot designs are handcrafted from castings, and the curved and twisted metals, in combination with precious stones, transform industrial chain-links into a statement of raw elegance.

“Mastering the art of ‘making it’ in New York demands a strong sense of self and a certain state of mind. This is the spirit behind Tiffany Knot,” the brand said in a news release.

The double-wrap choker, which is hand set with over 300 diamonds, is undoubtedly the collection’s star piece. The gold knot on the bracelets hides the clasp, giving it the appearance of a continuous loop with no beginning or end.

“Tiffany Knot reflects the exacting standards that drive the House’s constant search for innovations in craftsmanship, rigour of form and precision of proportions,” the brand continued.

The artisans demonstrate the storied jewellery house’s excellent know-how and creative ingenuity by using both smooth forms and sharp ends.