Marking the reopening of its Fifth Avenue flagship in 2022, this heritage American jeweler has been tirelessly mining the archives to find a design worthy of the occasion. With a variety of jewelry, sterling silver, china, crystal, stationery, fragrances, water bottles, watches, personal accessories, and leather good offerings, Tiffany & Co. is most revered for its exquisite presentation and collection of diamonds.
As a result, the new creation which will be based on a necklace the firm created for the 1939 World’s Fair, is expected to trade the original model’s aquamarine stone for an opulent 80-carat diamond. Set to be anything but underdressed for the event, the twinkling gem is expected to set a record as Tiffany & Co.’s largest diamond ever made available for purchase. Characterized by a crystalline D color grading, this 80-carat masterpiece promises an internal flawlessness, which ensures every facet sparkles to its maximum ability.
Responsibly sourced from Botswana, Africa, the opulent jewel remains part of the organization’s traceability commitments, which ensure ethical stone cultivating practices from the moment a Tiffany diamond is unearthed. In 2020, Tiffany & Co. became the first global luxury jeweler to disclose the countries where newly sourced, individually registered diamonds of .18 carats and larger are crafted.
Debuting in a year, the newly-adorned necklace is set to inspire a new generation of brand enthusiasts whilst setting the stage for yet another opening of its flagship.