The legendary Tiffany & Co. An Iconic Homage to Its Roots

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Tiffany & Co. has announced its newest exhibition, Tiffany Wonder, which tells its story about craft and creativity, heritage and modernity. This impressive exhibition will take visitors on a visual journey through the brand’s hundreds of design masterpieces, Tiffany’s legendary diamonds and breathtaking wonders.

Objects will be on display at Tiffany Wonder, ranging from one-of-a-kind creations to Jean Schlumberger’s emblematic ‘Bird on a Rock’ brooch, from revolutionary innovations to relics of popular culture and iconic jewels such as the Tiffany Diamond.

Tiffany & Co. “Tiffany & Co. has been inspired by Japan for decades, and the brand’s authentic connection and extensive history to the region continues to grow,” said Anthony Ledru, president and CEO, of this special exhibit. “Our latest exhibition showcases some of Tiffany’s most extraordinary creations, including the first ‘Bird on a Rock’ brooch designed in 1965 by Jean Schlumberger, one of the most talented designers of the 20th century. We showcase Tiffany’s exceptional craftsmanship, unparalleled diamond authority and “The exhibition, which celebrates creativity, will reflect the joy of the brand to each visitor.”

Tiffany & Co.’s relationship with Japan dates back to 1837. Charles Lewis Tiffany began offering customers exclusive Japanese products that were rare in the American market. Many of the brand’s best-known designers, including Edward C. Moore, Louis Comfort Tiffany, and Elsa Peretti, drew inspiration from the art of Japan for their designs. As a celebration of respect and creativity, various aspects of the exhibition are dedicated to how Tiffany & Co. expresses its gratitude to Japan. The Tiffany Wonder exhibition builds on this legacy and brings the extraordinary story of Tiffany & Co. to Tokyo Node gallery, located in Toranomon Hills Station Tower, one of Tokyo’s tallest buildings. This breathtaking setting reflects what Tiffany, Tokyo and New York City have in common: Oma.


Across the 10 rooms of the Tiffany Wonder exhibition, visitors will explore themes central to the brand’s identity, heritage, and foundations of creativity and craftsmanship. In different rooms, visitors will be able to discover extraordinary objects that tell the story of Tiffany & Co.’s almost 200-year heritage, including the first Blue Book mail order catalogue, the brand’s first iconic Blue Boxes and the iconic Tiffany Setting ring. Each section takes visitors to a unique experience with nearly 300 never-before-seen designs. These include George Paulding Farnham’s Tiffany & Co. In addition to the rare enamel, emerald, diamond and pink sapphire orchid brooch she designed for , Jean Schlumberger’s Plumes necklace decorated with diamonds, rubies and sapphires.

The Tiffany Wonder exhibition ends with the 128.54-carat Tiffany Diamond, the cornerstone of the brand; this diamond comes to life in a new creation inspired by Jean Schlumberger’s Bird on a Rock brooch.

Tiffany & Co. “The idea of ​​’Wonder’ has been an integral part of our DNA since 1837,” said Alexandre Arnault, Vice President of Product and Communications. “Since our founding, every design we dream of and every piece we produce with handcrafted craftsmanship is a source of curiosity and the world’s most “It was created from our mission to inspire great love stories. Our latest exhibition celebrates this spirit in Tokyo, a city of great importance to Tiffany & Co.” Tiffany Wonder opens at Tokyo Node gallery on April 12 and runs until June 23.

Tickets are available from Tiffany & Co. on the iOS and Google Play app stores from March 14 to June 23. It can be obtained from the application.

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