“I’ve been working with hammered metal for years,” says Paloma
Picasso, who found that the centuries-old technique imparts a
remarkable hue to jewelry. “Silver takes on the color of moonlight
while gold becomes like sunlight,” she explains.
Tiffany designer Paloma Picasso has captured the world’s
attention with her bold, original style. Her visionary
designs are a unique blend of European sophistication and
Tiffany’s reputation for finding the world’s most spectacular diamonds dates back to 1848. That year, founder Charles Lewis Tiffany acquired a large cache of important jewels, earning him the moniker “The King of Diamonds.”