Tiffany’s celebrated Blue Book Collection is the ultimate in high jewelry design. These spectacular, one-of-a-kind creations are handcrafted by artisans in the workshop above the Fifth Avenue flagship store, in whose hands Tiffany’s legacy comes brilliantly to life.
The Blue Book Collection debuts each spring with a gala held in New York City. The event brings together celebrities and customers from all over the world and adds one more memorable night to a great tradition.
Collectors and connoisseurs covet the Blue Book Collection for its trailblazing design, and Hollywood taps its brilliance for the red carpet. Among these jewels are the Tiffany Radiance necklace with color-saturated yellow diamonds from the 2010–2011 collection, worn by Academy Award® winner Kate Winslet at the 2010 Oscars®; and the diamond necklace from the 2013 Blue Book Collection that Anne Hathaway wore when she accepted her Oscar® that same year. Other appearances include Oscar® winners Reese Witherspoon wearing a Fancy Intense Blue diamond ring and Cate Blanchett in a turquoise, aquamarine and diamond necklace from Blue Book 2015, followed by her star turn in a diamond starfish cuff, which reflected the theme of the 2016 collection: The Art of Transformation.
In this newest collection, design director Francesca Amfitheatrof explores the world that unfolds in silence just below the water’s surface and suddenly bursts into an extraordinary beauty. The jewels spark powerful ideas about the mysteries of nature, and they also capture Tiffany & Co. in its truest light: a world-premier jeweler acclaimed for craftsmanship and innovation.
The Blue Book Collection is named for Tiffany’s annual Blue Book that was first published in 1845. Since its inception, Blue Book has showcased the world’s most exquisite designs, including the French and Spanish Crown Jewels, with a cover of robin’s-egg blue that also distinguished the jeweler’s famous box. Today Tiffany Blue® is an international symbol of glamour and style.
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