Luxury jeweller Tiffany & Co is showcasing some of its signature pieces in an exhibition in Taiwan.
The presentation, entitled “An Homage to Spring,” kicked off on March 10, and will be held in five Tiffany boutiques in Taiwan until April 13, Ltn.com.twreported.
More than 100 pieces of jewellery, with a total value of more than US$12 million, will be on display, it added.
The show’s highlight is an 8.21-carat square modified yellow diamond ring, surrounded by triangular white diamonds and rectangular sapphires, at the cost of US$377,000.
There are also pieces by French designer Jean Schlumberger, including his famous “Bird on a Rock” brooch in different versions (with a 27.69-carat oval tanzanite or a 56.77-carat cushion citrine), and his gold and paillonné enamel bangles.
Other highlights include butterfly and dragonfly brooches inspired by the pointillist paintings of French Post-Impressionist artist, Georges Seurat; a pair of platinum tassel earrings with rose-cut marquise diamonds (US$ 215,000) and a pair of Art Deco platinum earrings with diamonds (US$93,000).
An 8.21-carat yellow diamond ring by Tiffany
Photo Courtesy of Tiffany & Co