On June 3, 2016, the famous jewelry brand Tiffany brought a 2016 Blue Book high-end jewelry feast at the Phoenix International Media Center in Beijing. The theme of this exhibition is “The Rhythm of Change”, showing the ever-changing artistic beauty of nature, and displaying many beautiful gems and masterpieces of artistic creativity.
Tiffany High Jewellery Showroom
Mr. Philippe Galtié, Senior Vice President, Tiffany Global
Mr. Melvyn Kirtley, chief gemologist at Tiffany
Mr. Philippe Galtié, Senior Vice President of Tiffany Global, and Mr. Melvyn Kirtley, Tiffany’s Chief Gemologist, attended the event. Mr. Philippe Galtié Introduced the theme of Tiffany’s 2016 Blue Book “Fantasy of Rhythm” high jewelry series to the friends in the media, and said that Tiffany’s love for nature has continued from birth to the present. The works on display this time are all highlighting the change of nature. ; Melvinn Kirtley led everyone to visit and explain the design concepts of these exquisite and elegant and beautiful works.
The rose-shaped cut from the 16th century is named because the diamond-shaped crown of the triangular cut surface is like a rose. This necklace designed by Tiffany’s chief designer George Polding Farham places six rose-cut diamonds in the center of the pendant. The diamonds are symmetrically set to illusion the garden. The gold necklace is plated with purple and green enamel glaze Lush branches surround the tree.
Tiffany is well versed in diamond cutting techniques and is keen to mix and match them for amazing results. The long brooch set with square emerald-cut and round-cut diamonds shines brightly on the lapels of women’s jackets, perfectly interpreting the reputation of Tiffany’s diamond-cutting masters.
For the first time in the 15th century, pear-shaped diamonds became available and became popular with collectors. This exquisite cut continued into the 18th century, and the improved bright cut method was maximized to bloom the beauty of pear-shaped diamonds. Tiffany’s Blue Book high jewelry collection includes luxurious brooches and diamond ribbon necklaces set with pear-shaped diamonds from the early 20th century. Fashionable women wear these jewellery when they go to the opera house to watch an opera or participate in a social dance.
Tiffany Six Claw Diamond Ring
This year marks the 130th anniversary of the birth of the Tiffany Six-Claw Inlaid Diamond Ring. In 1886, the founder of Tiffany Charles Louis Tiffany launched this diamond ring for the first time, holding the diamond high, making the setting claws invisible, as if only the brilliant brilliance of the diamond The blooming in the air also opened the romantic tradition of marriage proposal. Today, The Tiffany Setting Six-Prong Set Diamond Ring is still the most popular engagement ring in the world, symbolizing eternal true love, and demonstrating Tiffany’s unassailable status as a diamond.
For nearly 180 years, the many treasures presented in the Blue Book high jewelry series have established Tiffany’s important position in the global jewellery industry, and have further demonstrated Tiffany’s high reputation as a luxury jeweler and diamond authority.
Tiffany Dragonfly Brooch
Blue Book ‘Sea of Rhyme’ High Jewelry Series Turquoise Necklace
Platinum ring with diamonds
Swirl jewelry design
Tiffany artisans are inspired by a 1880s manuscript of pearl swirl shaped jewelry from the Tiffany Antiques Collection. Gradient round and baguette-cut diamonds subtly outline the swirling curved edges. Each diamond is specially cut and set perfectly on a curved platinum base.
Tiffany’s 2016 Blue Book “Fantasy Rhyme” High Jewelry Collection Earrings
Summary: Tiffany, a luxury jewellery brand born in New York in 1837, has a history of nearly 180 years. Every extraordinary and high-quality jewellery has witnessed Tiffany’s century-old ingenuity, and it also shows that the brand has always defined the great craftsmanship of luxury as always. . Tiffany designers and artisans continue to break through the original creativity, give magical vitality to jewelry with vast imagination, and create gorgeous works with extreme rigor and exquisite craftsmanship, which can be called timeless classics.