Inspired by Tiffany’s archival pieces from the 1920s, these designs offer a modern tribute to the cool elegance of the Jazz Age. The collection—in sterling silver, black onyx and freshwater pearls—is named for the Ziegfeld Theatre in New York City, an Art Deco landmark whose bold geometry and lavish ornamentation is echoed in these designs.
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.”
In 1837, Charles Lewis Tiffany arrived in New York City and
established Tiffany & Co., redefining glamour, elegance
and legendary style worldwide.