The House’s newly acquired over 80-carat Empire Diamond is among the showstopping pieces that will be on display in Shanghai
Tiffany unveils new designs from its 2021 Blue Book Collection, Colors of Nature—among over 500 Tiffany high jewelry and Jean Schlumberger creations—at its April presentation in Shanghai, China. In addition to the unprecedented number of high jewelry designs, Tiffany offered an exclusive preview of the breathtaking over-80-carat Empire Diamond—named after the House’s founding city—before it is set in a striking design inspired by the 1939 World’s Fair necklace. Tiffany’s legacy of excellence, unrivaled craftsmanship and heritage as the purveyor of the world’s finest gemstones and diamonds will take center stage.
Transforming nature’s most vivid chromatic displays into mesmerizing works of art, the collection’s bold aesthetic inspires the immersive space, where extraordinary jewels are showcased in an experiential journey through nature – earth, land, sea, sky. Over 35 different species of gemstones were showcased in the Shanghai exhibition, including Tiffany legacy gemstones tanzanite, morganite and tsavorite.