Tiffany & Co is highlighting its technical prowess and craftsmanship through the Tiffany setting engagement ring, currently on display at the “130th Anniversary of the Tiffany Setting” exhibition in Hong Kong.
The exhibition is being held at Landmark Atrium, Central, Hong Kong, from October 10 to 16. Its main attraction is an 8.88-carat new limited anniversary edition pavé Tiffany setting diamond engagement ring, valued at approximately HK$12 million (about US$1.54 million). The piece is housed in a gigantic Tiffany Blue Box.
Visitors are invited to experience “the incomparable beauty of the engagement ring, as they immerse themselves in a display of Tiffany’s history,” the company said. The exhibition focuses on four major elements: Legacy, Craftsmanship, Glamour and Love.
“For 130 years, the Tiffany setting engagement ring has been recognised as an icon, through its innovative design and timeless beauty. The exhibition celebrates what has become one of the most coveted engagement rings in the world. Honoring this piece, the exhibition is a celebration for the ages,” noted Tiffany.