All diamonds are not created equal.
Tiffany & Co.’s new Blue Book fine jewelry collection features some of the world’s most exceptional gemstones, many of which are too precious to be displayed on a store shelf.
The new collection is called “Botanica” and includes three floral themes important to the Tiffany archives: dandelion, orchid and thistle. Each of its jewelry creations approaches these floral motifs with a nuanced refinement that Tiffany has refined under the supervision of its new parent company, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton.
“In my 35 years here, I think it’s the best blue book ever,” said Victoria Reynolds, Tiffany’s chief gemologist, who heads the annual fine jewelry collections. “There is a very distinct point of view in each chapter, and each of them goes back to the archives. It wasn’t about going to the archives for inspiration, it was about finding inspiration and reinventing it —there’s nothing else quite like it,” he said. -she adds.
Here are six standout designs from the collection, which will be unveiled at an official event in Miami next month: