The Great Gatsby Inspired Jewelry Collection by Tiffany & Co.

One more project inspired by Baz Luhrmann’s “The Great Gatsby” movie created in collaboration with Academy Award-winning costume and production designer Catherine Martin. After
Great Gatsby Inspired Menswear Collection by Brooks Brothers and Great Gatsby Inspired Jewelry Collection by Swarovski one more interesting design which brings Daisy Buchanan to life has saw the light of the day. The Great Gatsby Inspired Jewelry Collection by Tiffany & Co. Based on designs from the Tiffany Archives from the 1920s and worn by the film’s all-star cast, including Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan, this stunning jewelry is being showcased in the window of Tiffany’s flagship New York store on Fifth Avenue, which has been given a dramatic makeover to coincide with the release of the new movie, which will premiere in theatres next month. The most striking piece is a four-tier pyramid of coupe Champagne glasses overflowing with champagne and accented by Tiffany’s chandelier earrings. Other notable pieces on display include two porcelain hands wearing pearl-and-diamond bracelets while floating in a sea of glass bubbles, a cultured pearl and silver Sautoir necklace surrounded by crystal pillar, and a Savoy diamond headpiece with round brilliant diamonds, carat total weight 25.04, worth $200,000.

Amazing Selection of Diamonds and Precious Gems at Phillips de Pury New York Jewels Auction

Since it’s Christmas and holidays gift-giving, December is crowded with jewelery auctions. First, on December 5th, Sotheby’s will held its Magnificent Jewels auction in New York, and the day after on December 6,
Phillips de Pury & Company will offer amazing selection of diamonds and precious gems at its New York Jewels Auction. Among over 300 lots with an estimate of $500,000-700,000, we single out a necklace mounted in platinum with approximately 35.89 carats of D-color Internally Flawless diamonds in total. Of the 28 stones, 7 of the diamonds are classified as the rare Type IIa. Other top lots with six-digit estimate include: a massive diamond ring set with a 16.62 square cut stone of H color and VS2 quality carries an estimate of $450,000-650,000. It is set in an 18K white gold pavé-set diamond floral motif surround and gallery. Also, a cushion-cut natural fancy yellow diamond ring of approximately 10.05 carats mounted in a pavé-set diamond and platinum gallery and hoop with an estimate of $140,000-$200,000, or, pear-shaped natural fancy light pink diamond of around 5.07 carats mounted in platinum and 18K rose gold and framed by tapered baguette-cut diamond shoulders, is estimated at $125,000-$175,000. Also stunning jewelry pieces, but with more affordable prices include: Pair of Diamond Ear Pendants, each designed as a gradutated series of highly flexible pavé-set diamond links, interspersed with collet-set circular-cut diamonds, to the geometric motif circular-cut diamond surmount, mounted in 18K white gold, Signed ‘Cartier’, estimated $35,000 – $45,000; An Art Deco Diamond and Emerald Bracelet, designed as a series of rectangular-shaped circular-cut diamond openwork links, centering upon two navette-shaped accents set with an old-cut diamond, joined by tubular circular and baguette-cut diamond link spacers, accented by calibré-cut emerald detail, mounted in platinum, estimated $35,000 – $45,000; a Gold Leaf Necklace, composed of a graduated series of twelve textured gold leaves, mounted in 14K green, rose and yellow gold, Signed ‘Tiffany & Co.’, 1981, estimated $15,000 – $20,000; a Pair of Diamond and Gold Earclips, each designed as stylized leaf, set entirely with circular-cut diamonds, to the polished gold stem, mounted in platinum and 18K yellow gold, Signed ‘David Webb’, estimated $15,000 – $20,000; a Malachite, Diamond and Ruby Necklace, suspending a floral shaped malachite disc, within a rope-twist gold frame, centering on a geometric rose-cut diamond plaque, extending cabochon ruby accents, to the openwork gold link chain, interspersed with collet-set rose cut diamonds, mounted in 18K yellow gold, Signed ‘Cartier’, ‘Mexico’, estimated $13,000 – $18,000.

Tiffany $2 Million Pink Diamond Ring Goes to the Heart of Valentine’s Day

There’s no better gift for Valentine’s Day than Diamond ring. One such gift, a stunning ring with a 2.11-carat pear-shaped fancy intense pink diamond surrounded by round white diamonds in a platinum setting, worth $2 million, comes from the jeweler synonymous with love and romance – Tiffany & Co.
To celebrate the magic of true love, Tiffany also offers The Tiffany Soleste collection that includes a pendant and ring, both with a cushion-cut white diamond, bordered with white diamonds in platinum and pink diamonds in 18 karat rose gold, as well as The Tiffany Yours collection of bangles in gleaming 18-carat yellow and white gold, as well as sterling silver. “The stones are assembled over time and exquisitely matched, delighting the eye with their beauty and perfection,” says the New York jeweller. “Each stone is hand cut and set by master artisans, who skilfully maintain Tiffany’s great tradition of craftsmanship and design.” All this luxurious gifts for Valentine’s Day are wrapped in the Tiffany Blue Box, symbol of excellence worldwide and a constant presence at life’s greatest occasions.
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