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Article: Tiffany's Blue Book Collection Turns 173, Let’s Celebrate!

Tiffany's Blue Book Collection Turns 173, Let’s Celebrate! - DSF Antique Jewelry

Tiffany's Blue Book Collection Turns 173, Let’s Celebrate!

Tiffany published its first, now famous, Blue Book catalogue 173 years ago, in 1845. The Blue Book collection is Tiffany’s annual presentation of the brands innovation in design, in combination with time-honored old fashioned craftsmanship. It’s one of the most exquisite collections of couture jewelry on earth.

Tiffany’s Jewelers Draw Inspiration From Nature

The iconic jewelry brand’s 2018 Blue Book Collection is called The Four Seasons of Tiffany, and is composed of five themes—winter, spring, summer, autumn and color theory. Throughout its history Tiffany & Co. high jewelry collections has drawn inspiration from flora, fauna and the architectural complexity found in nature.


 Tiffany & Co. Diamond Palladium Brooch

“The Tiffany Blue Book Collection serves as a laboratory for developing groundbreaking concepts that will one day make their way into new collections. It’s where our most creative, experimental and innovative ideas begin,” says Reed Krakoff, chief artistic officer, Tiffany & Co.

DSF Antique Jewelry is proud to present a Blue Book Collection piece - Tiffany & Co. Platinum Diamond & Briolette Aquamarine Lace Necklace from our own Tiffany Collection

Never-Ending Story Of Jeweler’s Craftsmanship and Creativity

Since its inception, Tiffany’s Blue Book has pushed the boundaries of imagination. In  1867, Tiffany was the first U.S. firm to win an award for excellence in silverware at the Exposition Universelle in Paris, France. In 2018, within the winter theme, Tiffany’s jewelers introduced the never-before-seen ice motif. The ice “look” was achieved by  cutting each individual diamond into jagged shapes to mimic an iceberg adrift on a sea of platinum, which required the most skilled craftsmen to study the beauty of irregularity and render it in diamonds.

Vibrant Colors and Never-Before-Seen Gems

While every year the Blue Book brings new designs, textures, ideas--much like haute couture fashion shows--there is still some commonality in all the 150+ Tiffany’s annual catalogs. Namely, introduction of out-of-the-box color palette. Tiffany has introduced and popularised numerous never-before-seen gemstones, for example, tsavorite, Kunzite, and morganite. Tiffany’s color gradation has often ranged from intensely saturated colored gemstones to white diamonds, symbolizing Tiffany’s heritage of sourcing the world’s rarest diamonds and colored gemstones of unsurpassed quality.


Why Buying an Iconic Tiffany’s Jewelry Piece is Always an Excellent Investment

Over 180 years ago, Charles Lewis Tiffany founded his company in New York City where his store was soon acclaimed as the palace of jewels for its exceptional gemstones quality. Since then, the iconic jewelry brand has become synonymous with elegance, the finest craftsmanship, and an innovative design, that never goes out of style.

Among Tiffany’s jewelers there are more than 5,000 skilled artisans who cut diamonds and craft jewelry, realizing the company’s commitment to superlative quality. All of this insures every piece you buy is something that will never cease to add instant dose of elegance and sophistication to your look, nor will it ever lose its monetary value.


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