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Blue book of tiffany & co. 2010

  • By Dallas Austin
  • Published 01/20/2011
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As one of the leading brands in the field of jewelry designing and making, Tiffany & Co. has released the 2010-2011 Blue Book Collection, the jeweler’s annual presentation of special beautiful baubles up for sale. The Blue Book should be the best sum-up of all the brilliant ideas of Tiffany that have come to the world through out this year.   This year’s collection includes the Tiffany Majestic necklace, shown above. It took more than a year to procure the more than 300 pear-shaped and round brilliant stones and over 700 hours to create the necklace itself. The smaller stones are set into diamond florets surrounding a 30.31-carat, E color, internally flawless detachable diamond drop. The platinum mountings were individually crafted and linked to create a flexible setting that sparkles with every movement. White diamonds are showcased in the Fringe necklace which features a 20.01-carat, D color, internally flawless diamond in a rectangular modified brilliant cut with 61 round, 33 cushion and 30 marquise diamonds in platinum.     The Blue Book Collection also includes colored diamonds. A necklace based on Art Deco jewels in the Tiffany & Co. archives has a triple-drop pendant with three extraordinarily rare fancy vivid yellow diamonds — a rectangular-shaped 13.09-carat yellow diamond and two approximately 6-carat yellow diamonds surrounded with a total of 642 round brilliant white diamonds. Besides the diamonds there are also other stones. A 28.01-carat unenhanced Kashmir sapphire sits in a necklace of round brilliant diamonds. Another interesting piece is a new version of the popular Jean Schlumberger Bird on a Rock design, featuring a diamond-encrusted bird of 18 karat gold. This year’s bird sits on a 104.66-carat cushion-shaped kunzite distinguished by a deep purplish pink hue. Check out other pieces in the gallery below. 



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