Introducing Tiffany Paper Flowers Collection

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Inclover Magazine

Reminding us that in beauty and femininity lies great strength, the first collection by Chief Artistic Officer Reed Krakoff for Tiffany & Co makes the familiar feel new again with juxtaposition - natural with industrial, pure with precious, powerful with refined. Tiffany Paper Flowers were inspired by the idea of flower petals, cut from paper and delicately pinned together.

The organic floral motif has been reimagined through a modern lens. The collection ranges from pendants and earrings to bracelets and rings. Krakoff stated that Tiffany Paper Flowers strip away the rules associated with fine jewelry, using precious stones and finest materials but in a way that you can live with everyday. Exemplifying the superior quality and exquisite design aesthetic, a high jewelry diamond bib necklace features over 68 carats, each asymmetrical petal is connected to the next with effortless ease.

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