Tiffany & Co’s Blue Ebook ‘Botanica’ assortment comes up roses

by Editors Staff

Tiffany & Co’s Blue Ebook ‘Botanica’ assortment comes up roses

Tiffany & Co attracts on its heritage for delectable new jewelry assortment

The beautiful, creative legacy of Tiffany & Co is as soon as extra to the fore with the revealing of the third and ultimate chapter of the home’s ‘Botanica: Blue Ebook’ assortment for 2022. The continuing Blue Ebook assortment, a fantastical ode to the rarity and craft surrounding excessive jewelry, attracts from Tiffany’s 185-year historical past to create collectible modern items, solely accessible to a choose few.

In persevering with with the gathering’s theme this 12 months, which was impressed by floral references to symbolise the power of rebirth in addition to the transience of nature, ‘Botanica: Blue Ebook’ immortalises the types of magnolias, wisterias and orchids in jewels, with every bit carrying deep technical and historic significance as well.

Picture courtesy of Tiffany & Co

The alternatives of floral varieties on this chapter weren’t made by coincidence. Wisteria was an iconic function of Louis Consolation Tiffany’s desk lamps from the Artwork Nouveau interval and has been reinterpreted by Tiffany jewellers by means of the usage of hand-carved chalcedony, pear-shaped sapphires and diamonds that nestle amongst the petals.

’Wisteria is an homage to the archive Tiffany & Co flower that additionally honours Louis Consolation Tiffany’s vibrant, leaded glass creations,’ says Victoria Wirth Reynolds, the home’s chief gemologist and vice chairman. ’The hand-carved chalcedony petals have these lovely translucent hues with an intentional gradation of color.’

Picture courtesy of Tiffany & Co

Equally, the magnolia flower has additionally been a recurring motif. From leaded glass home windows to historic jewelry designs and the Magnolia vase, which was displayed on the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago and is now housed at The Met, the flower is a mainstay in Tiffany’s archive and is reimagined by means of the usage of tsavorite and morganite – legacy gem stones that the home popularised.

Most beautiful of all stands out as the collection of one-off creations impressed by the items of designer Jean Schlumberger, who was famed for his work at Tiffany & Co. From the ‘Chicken on the Rock’ brooch to the intricate ‘Vigne’ and ‘Trellis’ suites, these beautiful assemblages of spectacular gem stones every showcase an otherworldly stage of technicality and intricacy hardly ever seen. §

Picture courtesy of Tiffany & Co

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