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A TIFFANY MOTHER’S DAY
the 2017 blue book
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During the Edwardian era (1901−1919), jewelers developed what came to be known as the Garland style—delicate motifs of ribbons, lace, leaves and flowers. For this bracelet, Tiffany artisans combined Montana sapphires and Keshi pearls to pay homage to the period’s extravagant style.
Tiffany’s renowned chief gemologist Dr. George F. Kunz championed the gemstones of America. The lustrous blue sapphires he acquired from deposits found in Montana were featured in Tiffany’s historic jewelry collections that won gold medals at the 1889 and 1900 Paris world’s fairs. Today, Tiffany continues to showcase these glorious stones in its masterpiece collections.