Introducing Tiffany's new design and ambassador's story. Take a fresh look at our products through our stories.
Diamond Nesting Narrow Band
Vision & Virtuosity
Journey through 185 years of innovation, craftsmanship and heritage at “Vision & Virtuosity”—our new exhibition. Don’t miss the remarkable jewels and rare objects. Discover the world of Tiffany & Co. unlike ever before, including extraordinary creations from The Tiffany Archives, such as Jean Schlumberger’s masterful Diamond necklace featuring a 47-carat sapphire.
Journey through the milestones that established Tiffany as an international icon of legendary style, bold artistry and innovative design.
Tiffany works with Pantone® to create “1837 Blue” in honor of the iconic Tiffany Blue® hue.
Inspired by the graffiti of 1970s New York City buildings, Paloma Picasso's first Tiffany collection is released.
John Loring is appointed Design Director. He shapes Tiffany’s design legacy for the next 40 years.
Elsa Peretti joins Tiffany and revolutionizes jewelry design with her sculptural aesthetic and modern sensibility.
Tiffany makes its cinematic debut in the iconic at Tiffany’s, which stars Audrey Hepburn An instant Hollywood classic, it is the first movie ever filmed at Tiffany’s flagship store.
Legendary designer Jean Schlumberger joins Tiffany. His lavish and whimsical designs continue to captivate the world's most fashionable women to this day.
The Tiffany flagship store opens at the corner of 57th Street and Fifth Avenue, establishing the area as New York’s premier shopping destination.
The Guide to Diamonds
The Diamonds 4C
At Tiffany & Co., nearly 1,500 of the world’s most talented artisans craft our diamonds. We are the only jeweler to offer a triple excellent cut-the highest grade in the industry-on all round brilliant engagement diamonds.
A triple excellent cut is the highest grade for round brilliant diamonds across the industry. We refuse to compromise on quality and go above industry standards to craft all Tiffany & Co. round brilliant engagement diamonds for a triple excellent cut.
A diamond may have a higher carat weight without appearing larger and two diamonds of the same carat weight can vary in size if one is cut deeper than the other. In other words, it is important to note that carat weight does not necessarily denote size.