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Diamond and Tanzanite
Flower Ring

£5,600
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Inspired by the idea of abstract flower petals, the new Tiffany Paper Flowers™ collection is a balance of refined femininity and industrial modernity. This intricate diamond and tanzanite ring personifies urban sophistication.
  • Platinum with round brilliant diamonds and a cushion-cut tanzanite
  • Flower, 14.5 x 14 mm
  • Round brilliant diamonds, carat total weight .30
  • Cushion-cut tanzanite, carat weight .41
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The Story of This Collection
Tiffany & Co. Paper Flowers Tiffany & Co. Paper Flowers

INTRODUCING THE

TIFFANY PAPER FLOWERS™

COLLECTION

Inspired by petals scattered by the wind and
delicately pinned back together, the new Tiffany Paper Flowers™
collection reinterprets nature’s most essential forms.


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Tiffany Tanzanite

Discovered in 1967 in the foothills of Tanzania’s
Mount Kilimanjaro, tanzanite was first introduced to
the world by Tiffany the following year. Ranging
from velvety blue to royal purple, this rare gemstone
is found only in its namesake country.

The Tiffany & Co. Story

A Legend Is Born

In 1837, Charles Lewis Tiffany arrived in New York City and
established Tiffany & Co., redefining glamour, elegance
and legendary style worldwide.


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