Sunday, June 2, 2013


Each year - all jewelery lovers are waiting for this moment - launcheon of the Blue Book...
Even if you don't see the name on the book-you immediately know "what's that" just by looking at the book itself..It has to be Tiffany&Co:-)

The new Blue Book Collection draws on Tiffany’s legendary style, its tradition of beauty and excellence and its status as the world’s premier diamond jeweler to create an extravagant, euphoric, magnificent and magical celebration of the Jazz Age.

Blue Book 2013 bursts with the energy and innovation of the Roaring Twenties that transformed fashion and culture and gave rise to American glamour. The preeminent jeweler then and now, Tiffany created the diamond jewelry that adorned sleek new silhouettes and opulent supper club attire.

The metropolis became Tiffany’s muse for diamonds that glittered like the city’s Art Deco skyline.
With the elite of gemstones for which Tiffany & Co. is renowned, Blue Book’s master designers illuminate this fabled period with brilliant creations that explore Tiffany’s Deco legacy, which favored white diamonds and platinum punctuated with colorful gemstones in softly contoured settings. The designers’ breathtaking jewels move with Jazz Age exuberance and flow with the current of modern times.

Necklaces and diamond drop earrings share the sublime grace of New York’s skyscrapers such as 
the Chrysler building and Rockefeller Center. 
Bracelets drape the wrist with round and baguette diamonds hand set in the rhythmic patterns of a jazz composition. 

Art Deco’s vibrant color palette is reflected in rare, fancy color diamonds, treasures of the natural world that can be found only at Tiffany. Pink, orange, blue and green diamonds of rich color saturation combine with white diamonds in rings of pure symmetry; and rings with yellow diamonds are bordered with sapphires, spessartites and pink diamonds.

Personally, I am the fan of bracelets and couple of my favourites from the 2013 Collection are coarse bangle of a round and baguette diamonds in pave, bead and bezel settings, with milgrained and polished platinum (see first below), as well as Tiffany's butterfly bracelet with diamonds and cabochon Montana sapphires in platinum (second below)...

Having a glass of Moet Chandon while trying one of the Tiffany&Co rings (worth over $700.000) from the 2013 Blue Book Collection

To see the entire collection from Tiffany&Co Blue Book, please visit:

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