In 1845, New York-based jewellery company Tiffany & Co. published the first edition of a catalogue which would eventually become one of the most highly anticipated presentations of couture jewellery in the world: the Tiffany Blue Book.
This year’s Blue Book, themed “The Art of the Wild”, is one of the company’s last collections by former design director Francesca Amfitheatrof, who left her post early this year after previous Blue Book collections, “The Art of the Sea” and “The Art of Transformation”. Launched in late April, the final instalment in Amfitheatrof’s fine jewellery trilogy takes to land and air with tropical motifs: a necklace with a cascading waterfall of over 3,000 diamonds; a rustling cuff bracelet with a pink, yellow, and blue sapphire plumage; and platinum earrings with diamond-encrusted palm fronds. The collection also features fine jewellery watches inspired by beautiful flying creatures: peacocks, butterflies, and dragonflies, to start.
Through expert craftsmanship and creativity, Tiffany & Co.’s Blue Book collection gives new meaning to natural beauty.
Photos courtesy of Tiffany & Co.
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