Eternal sparkle: The Tiffany T Spring novelties
Bright and edgy
One of the first creations of Tiffany & Co.'s then newly appointed design director — Francesca Amfitheatrof — the Tiffany T was born in New York as the icon for the beginning of an era. A trained jeweller and silversmith, Amfitheatrof found her edge influenced by the globe-trotting adventures she experienced and the memories of her residence in Europe, Asia and Russia. Having seen the beauty of diverse global citizens, it is no surprise that Amfitheatrof's first collection for Tiffany & Co. is dedicated to the world's great cities and the creative global travelers who exist within them.
The eponymously named range of jewellery pays tribute to the distinguished Tiffany name. With the letter T subtly infused in the designs, the pieces feature a monumental shape and a powerful form. Its message is bold and unapologetically modern — fuelled by an American ethos of design so considered and refined, it appears effortless.
This season, the collection sees new additions with the Spring novelties range featuring never-before-seen embellishments of blue sapphires and subtle diamond-studded detailing. Behind this refined creations, kudos should be rightfully given to the Tiffany artisans, who are the miracle workers of Amfitheatrof's brilliant play of angles and curves. Their skills of crafting 18 karat gold — rose, yellow and white — and sterling silver give the Spring novelties pieces the strength of architecture with which it travels from chic to sublime.
Minimal bracelets and monumental cuffs perfectly contour the wrist. Rings wrap seamlessly around the fingers and hoop earrings sway with grace. Altogether, Tiffany T's Spring novelties layered in striking looks will lift up any look without outshining it.
The Tiffany T novelties are available in Tiffany & Co. boutiques islandwide. Browse the Tiffany T collection here.
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