Dandelion-inspired (and transformable) pendant necklace in platinum with diamonds (pictured top) and an aquamarine of over 31 carats. Did you know: The use of dandelion seeds as a design element speaks to an early 20th-century Louis Comfort Tiffany hair ornament.
Bracelet in platinum with diamonds and an unenhanced purple sapphire of more than 9 carats. Did you know: For the first time ever, Tiffany’s spring collection debuted in Miami, for just one weekend, at a private residence.
Orchid-inspired (and transformable) brooch in platinum and 18-karat yellow gold with a diamond of more than 3 carats (and other diamonds). Did you know: The platinum here was manipulated to replicate an orchid petal’s curves. Each petal was further brought to life with a mosaic of round rose-cut, modified rose-cut and round brilliant diamonds.
Jean Schlumberger Feuillage necklace in platinum and 18-karat yellow gold with tanzanites and diamonds. Did you know: Schlumberger, the late French jewelry designer renowned for his work at Tiffany, introduced the company’s “legacy gemstones” to the world (like tanzanite) through his creations.
Photos courtesy of the Tiffany & Co. Spring 2022 Blue Book Collection
Visit Tiffany & Co. stores throughout South Florida to learn more about Botanica (tiffany.com)