Tiffany & Co. Introduces New Spring Collection Tiffany T1

Tiffany & Co. Introduces New Spring Collection Tiffany T1

Tiffany & Co. Introduces New Spring Collection Tiffany T1

Luxurious jewelry as a celebration of yourself.

Luxurious jewelry as a celebration of yourself.

Text: Allie Kenvin

Tiffany & Co. launches the next chapter of the Tiffany T legacy collection with the introduction of Tiffany T1. This reimagining celebrates the iconic ‘T’ motif—featured in the brand’s jewelry designs since the 1980s, galvanizing the belief in extraordinary jewelry to wear every day. The ‘T’ motif forms an unbroken circle that represents individual strength and self empowerment.

Designed by Reed Krakoff, Tiffany’s chief artistic officer, Tiffany T1 will be unveiled with a year-long series of global launches. Beginning with a curated edit of nine 18k rose gold key styles and an exclusive high jewelry necklace in May 2020. Intended to be worn and become part of your signature style and story, these modern and effortless fine jewelry pieces create a bold yet refined statement. “At Tiffany, we believe that luxury should be effortless and irreverent,”  said Krakoff, “While designing Tiffany T1, we wanted to honor the legacy of the iconic ‘T’ motif, but also elevate and modernize it with hand-set diamonds in the beveled edges. Through these pieces, we convey that precious stones aren’t just for special occasions—they can be worn every day as a celebration of yourself.”

Tiffany T1 launches in May with bracelets and rings in 18k rose gold, including styles with pavé diamonds expertly set by hand in a honeycomb pattern, priced between $850 and $28,000. A striking high jewelry necklace—masterfully set with mixed-cut diamonds—will also be available May 2020, and priced at $150,000. Tiffany T1 designs in 18k yellow and white gold metal ways, in addition to bracelets, rings, earrings and pendants set with baguette diamonds, will be available Fall 2020.

Celebrate yourself and shop the collection here.

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