Tiffany Visits SocialMiami
It was glam galore at the SocialMiami offices as Tiffany brought their holiday jewelry road show to suite 616 in North Miami. From famous jewelry icons and colorful gemstones to holiday mementos, the collection shined with a heritage of quality and legendary style that was established with Tiffany’s founding in 1837.
SocialMiami founder, Melanie Cohen, found the enamel bracelet with a lacelike diamond and platinum overlay and 18 karat gold lining particularly beautiful. It retails for $90,000.
The entire holiday collection is not yet available, and will be released to the public just in time for the holiday buying season. Here is what you can expect see:
1. Tiffany revived the rose cut, an early style of gemstone cutting inspired by the petals of an opening rosebud.
The rose-cut diamonds are combined with round brilliant-cut diamonds in earrings ($5,000) that capture the beauty of freshly-picked blossoms.
2. Tiffany celebrates the classic elegance of black and white. This enamel bracelet with a lacelike diamond and platinum overlay and 18 karat gold lining ($90,000) recalls the Victorian era; and the black onyx and diamond open circle earrings ($12,000) and teardrop earrings ($20,000) in platinum reflect the Art Deco period.
3. The Tiffany Keys Collection is inspired by keys in the Tiffany archives. Each is a keepsake, innately chic, to wear alone or layered. Choose from the heart key charm of 18 karat rose gold ($250) or the heart locket key of yellow gold ($500). Options in 18 karat white gold encrusted with diamonds include the Frame key with black enamel finish ($2,250), checkerboard key with blue enamel finish ($2,000), and octagon key with blue and green enamel finish ($2,250).
4. Tiffany’s heritage as a premier watchmaker can be traced through a timeline of innovations that extends from the jeweler’s founding in 1837 to the latest Tiffany timepiece: an oval-shaped cocktail watch of diamonds and 18 karat white gold ($12,600) that keeps time with dazzling precision.
5. The tourmaline’s green spectrum is fully expressed in a luxurious, opera-length necklace of oval and round stones. Tiffany jewelers capture every hue from luscious green to brilliant blue, accented with diamonds, in platinum, to wrap and wear with ease, ($85,000).
6. Tiffany’s collections include jewelry designs to wear every day as expressions of personal style. The bead bracelet of 18 karat gold ($1,000) is a perfect example.
7. Jean Schlumberger created fantastic designs that captured the glory of flowers, birds and mythical creatures. His lavish rings embrace generous-size stones with sculptural flowers and leaves. Diamond daisy basket ring of 18 karat gold with a tanzanite ($77,000) or a vibrant pink tourmaline ($58,000), and leaf ring with diamonds and a green tourmaline ($37,000).
8. A sterling silver Candy Cane ornament ($165) and Fire Truck bank ($1,525) awaken memories of magical holidays. The lustrous designs are masterworks of quality, crafted in the tradition of Tiffany gifts that celebrate every important occasion in life.
9. Elsa Peretti’s iconic Bone cuff is beautifully shaped to the body. Its gleaming contours are now polished in a new charcoal color made of ruthenium over copper, ($395).
10. The Tiffany Blue Box, an international symbol of quality, and certain sign that whatever it contains will be the best gift of the season.