This ring’s center stone, a chrysocolla cabochon, is evenly saturated with the color of an idyllic tropical sea. The surrounding sapphires highlight the hues of the ocean’s shifting tides. #TiffanyBlueBook
Tiffany design director Francesca Amfitheatrof looked to underwater denizens when creating this blue spinel scales bracelet. “Nature adorns the sea’s creatures with elegant fins so they can flow gracefully through the water.”
Iridescent color shines in this opera-length strand of pearls from “The Art of the Sea” collection. Tahitian cultured pearls embody Tiffany’s reputation for the most beautiful gems on earth. #TiffanyBlueBook.
“Blue Book brings the sea’s mythical creatures to life. I’ve woven the sinuous tentacles of the octopus into ribbon-like jewels of great fluidity and flexibility,” says Tiffany design director Francesca Amfitheatrof of creations inspired by an archival pocket watch. #TiffanyBlueBook
“For me, these stones represent the riches of the sea and strength and power of waves,” says Tiffany design director Francesca Amfitheatrof of these sapphire and diamond earrings from our 2015 Blue Book. #TiffanyBlueBook