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Rope Four-row X Ring

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Jean Schlumberger’s visionary creations are among the world’s most intricate designs. Brilliant diamonds illuminate this striking ring.
  • 18k gold and platinum with round brilliant diamonds
  • Carat total weight .54
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The Story of This Collection

Simply Schlumberger

The Rope collection is quintessential Schlumberger. Accented with
platinum-set diamonds, coils of golden rope epitomize Jean Schlumberger’s
genius for infusing texture and dimension into jewellery. Many of the creations
are adorned with brilliant Xs, another of Schlumberger’s signature motifs.

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In 1956, Jean Schlumberger joined Tiffany & Co. Immediately,
his designs were coveted and collected by the world’s most
fashionable women, including Jacqueline Kennedy and legendary
Vogue editor Diana Vreeland. Today, they continue to be worn by
women of unimpeachable taste.

Tiffany & Co. Diamonds

Tiffany Diamonds

Tiffany’s reputation for finding the world’s most
spectacular diamonds dates back to 1848. That year,
founder Charles Lewis Tiffany acquired a
large cache of important jewels, earning him the moniker
“The King of Diamonds.”