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 sterling silver is part of a rich heritage of innovation
and design. Tiffany’s silver studio won top awards
at the great world’s fairs of the late 19th century. Tiffany also
originated the .925 sterling silver standard of purity
in the United States, later adopted by the nation.
In 1837, Charles Lewis Tiffany arrived in New York City and
established Tiffany & Co., redefining glamour, elegance
and legendary style worldwide.