Tiffany & Co. has recently unveiled its Blue Book high jewelry line’s 2021 collection. Titled “Colors of Nature,” this collection features the rarest precious stones and takes the already-luxurious Tiffany & Co. name to a whole new level.
As the name suggests, the collection takes inspiration from the hues and elements of nature — land, sea, earth, and sky. This collection goes well beyond just rubies, emeralds, sapphires for its brilliant color as it fully utilizes a spectrum of other precious stones like opals, garnets, tourmalines, and colored diamonds. This 130-piece collection features one-of-a-kind works of art and is priced from $50,000 to over $5 million USD.
A few key pieces include a platinum necklace that sees more than 278 carats of colored gemstones and diamonds, a diamond necklace with a flawless 21-carat marquise-cut diamond, and a platinum ring with an 11-carat cuprian elbaite tourmaline — even the presentation box is made from 18-karat gold.
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