An Exhibition Celebrating 180 Years of Artistry and Exceptional Diamonds at Tiffany
180 years of extraordinary beauty.
September 23 through November 10, 2019
Fosun Foundation Shanghai
600 Zhongshan East 2nd Road, Huangpu District
Tickets on Sale Starting September 1, 2019
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• Discover the six exhibition chapters
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Blue Is the Color of Dreams
The color blue is the beating heart of Tiffany & Co.
It is the color of imagination, inspiration and the rich hue of some of the company’s finest and most unusual creations. This chapter is an exploration of blue beauty—sapphires and aquamarines, moonstones and tanzanite, Montana sapphires and blue diamonds.
The World of Tiffany
Tiffany is much more than a luxury jeweler. So loved by so many for so long, the name Tiffany has featured prominently in literature, on movie and television screens, in all manner of publications and even in rap music lyrics. The instantly recognizable color of the Tiffany Blue Box® and the beauty of Tiffany diamonds have become famous, symbols of the very best the world has to offer.
The Tiffany Blue Book
Tiffany’s celebrated Blue Book Collection is the ultimate in high jewelry design. These spectacular, one-of-a-kind creations are handcrafted by expert artisans, often in the workshop above the Fifth Avenue flagship store in New York City, in whose hands Tiffany’s legacy comes brilliantly to life. Blue Book masterworks exemplify the passion, vision and skill that have marked Tiffany’s most breathtaking work since 1837.
Diamonds: Miracles of Nature
Born of the earth and refined by man, diamonds are the soul-stirring embodiment of what can happen when nature and artistry come together. This chapter explores Tiffany’s reputation for beautiful diamonds which dates back to 1848, when Charles Lewis Tiffany first introduced important gemstones to the United States, earning him the title the “King of Diamonds.”