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Babe Paley in Schlumberger’s Starfish clip, 1962.

Elizabeth Taylor in Schlumberger’s Fleur de Mer clip, a gift from Richard Burton, 1968.

Tiffany designer Jean Schlumberger.

Jean Schlumberger

“I observe nature and find verve.”

Jean Schlumberger’s witty and exciting designs made him a darling of the Parisian creative circles. Hired by Elsa Schiaparelli, the famed couturier, to create jewelry for her collections, he rose to become the most acclaimed jewelry designer of his time. In 1956, Schlumberger joined Tiffany & Co. where his nature-inspired designs were quickly embraced by the world’s most fashionable women including Elizabeth Taylor, legendary Vogue editor Diana Vreeland and Babe Paley.


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Jean Schlumberger transformed nature’s wonders into objects of mesmerizing beauty. Now, as then, the cognoscenti adore his fantastical jewels.

Sea Creatures This fish clip is a splendid example of Schlumberger's whimsical depictions of aquatic life.
Stars and Moons Necklace Schlumberger’s Stars and Moons necklace emanates a constellation of light with a center diamond of 5.29 carats, and 586 surrounding diamonds glittering and captivating like a clear midnight sky.
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Enamel Bracelets
These enamel bangles have been adored by the world’s chicest women for over 50 years. The ingenious designs have launched many imitations, but none are as precious and distinct as the originals.
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Sixteen Stone Rings The Sixteen Stone ring is a Schlumberger icon and one of the most popular rings in Tiffany’s history.
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Egg Charms Inspired by a collection of egg pendants designed by Jean Schlumberger in the 1960s.
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