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Tiffany & Co. Color Blooms Tiffany & Co. Color Blooms

COLOR BLOOMS


Nature has always been our muse and the
Tiffany Paper Flowers™ collection takes its design
cues from colorful blooms.


Photographs by Thomas Milewski


SHOP TIFFANY PAPER FLOWERS™

COLOR BLOOMS


Nature has always been our muse and the
Tiffany Paper Flowers™ collection takes its design
cues from colorful blooms.


Photographs by Thomas Milewski


SHOP TIFFANY PAPER FLOWERS™
Tiffany & Co. Color Blooms Tiffany & Co. Color Blooms

A Tiffany Legacy Gemstone


Colored gemstones have played a major part in
establishing Tiffany’s reputation as a world-renowned
jeweler. Prior to the mid-19th century, colored
gemstones were rarely used in American jewelry. All
that changed when gemologist Dr. George Frederick
Kunz (1856–1932) joined Tiffany, embarking on a
lifelong quest around the world to discover the most
extraordinary gemstones.


In the 1960s, a unique variety of the mineral zoisite
was found at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, in
Tanzania. Tiffany named the stone tanzanite after
its country of origin and the only known source of
the stone. Introduced in 1969, this exceedingly rare
gemstone is coveted for its color that captures the
blue of the ocean with shades of the midnight sky.

A Tiffany Legacy Gemstone


Colored gemstones have played a major part in
establishing Tiffany’s reputation as a world-renowned
jeweler. Prior to the mid-19th century, colored
gemstones were rarely used in American jewelry. All
that changed when gemologist Dr. George Frederick
Kunz (1856–1932) joined Tiffany, embarking on a
lifelong quest around the world to discover the most
extraordinary gemstones.


In the 1960s, a unique variety of the mineral zoisite
was found at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro, in
Tanzania. Tiffany named the stone tanzanite after
its country of origin and the only known source of
the stone. Introduced in 1969, this exceedingly rare
gemstone is coveted for its color that captures the
blue of the ocean with shades of the midnight sky.

Tiffany & Co. Color Blooms Tiffany & Co. Color Blooms
Tiffany & Co. Color Blooms Tiffany & Co. Color Blooms

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Tiffany & Co. Love Me True

LOVE ME TRUE


Tiffany introduced the modern engagement ring as we know
it today. Will Kahn takes notes on its evolution.


FALL IN LOVE WITH THE NEW TIFFANY TRUE