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Tiffany & Co. Bracelets
What began as a "stationery and fancy goods store" in lower Manhattan has evolved into an American luxury brand replete with fine jewelry designs that are recognized and sought after on a global scale. In 1837, Charles Lewis Tiffany established Tiffany & Co., and later developed the iconic six-prong Tiffany engagement ring setting that remains a triumph today.
Long before designer collaborations were de rigueur, Tiffany & Co. further distinguished itself with special collections commissioned from the world’s most talented artists. Design Director Emeritus John Loring assembled a coterie of unabashed modernists, from Paloma Picasso and Elsa Peretti to Frank Gehry, whose pieces continue to be a favorite among collectors.
Over the last 175+ years, bracelets have played a starring role in the house’s treasury of designs, from wear-everywhere bangles and cuffs of gleaming sterling silver to opulent couture masterpieces by J. Paulding Farnham and Jean Schlumberger. Charm bracelets have been a Tiffany & Co. mainstay from the Victorian era to the present, with an all-out fascination emerging during and after World War II.
In 1886, Tiffany celebrated the Centennial of U.S. Independence with the debut of a sterling silver bangle detailed with 13 stars for each of the 13 original colonies
Charm bracelets have been an important component of the Elsa Peretti range since the 1990s. Many have included starfish and other objects from the sea—the ocean is one of the designer’s primary sources of inspiration
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis was famously partial to Jean Schlumberger’s enamel-and-gold bracelets, which debuted in 1962. The design therefore quickly became known as the “Jackie” bracelet