Timeless Elegance of Tiffany and Co Bracelets
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Timeless Elegance of Tiffany and Co Bracelets

Shop Our Favorite Tiffany and Co Bracelets to Add to Your Stack
Shop Our Favorite Tiffany and Co Bracelets to Add to Your Stack

Tiffany and Co. a name synonymous with luxury and elegance, has been a leader in the jewelry industry since its founding in 1837. Known for its iconic designs and exceptional craftsmanship, Tiffany & Co. offers a stunning collection of bracelets that cater to a wide range of styles and preferences. The Tiffany Setting for diamond solitaire rings was introduced in 1886. The Tiffany and co six prong setting won numerous awards at international exhibitions for virtually hiding the prongs so the diamond appeared to be almost floating above the band. This simple setting from Tiffany and Co remains one of the most popular styles for engagement rings today. In the 1940s, Tiffany introduced the now iconic signature color blue that remains synonymous with the brand. The iconic robin's egg blue was eventually trademarked as Tiffany Blue in 1998.

Timeless Elegance: Tiffany and Co Bracelets

Tiffany & Co. has a rich history of creating exquisite jewelry that embodies sophistication and style. The brand's dedication to quality and innovation has made it a favorite among celebrities, royalty, and discerning customers globally. Each piece of jewelry from Tiffany & Co. is a testament to the brand's commitment to excellence, and their bracelets are no exception. Tiffany and Co also has a long history of collaborating with some of the most talented and visionary designers in the world of jewelry. These collaborations have not only helped to define the brand’s identity but also elevated its designs and maintained its relevance with new generations. With the increasing popularity of bracelet stacking, we wanted to share our favorite Tiffany and Co bracelets to add to your stack.

Tiffany and Co Bracelet Diamond and Emerald

Tiffany and Co Bracelet Tennis Bracelet

Tiffany and Co tennis bracelet with diamonds and emeralds is the perfect bracelet to add to your summer stack. Diamond tennis bracelets are bigger than ever on the heels of quiet luxury queen Sofia Richie Grainge and a more is more when it comes to the bracelet stacking trend. Tennis bracelets seem to be on the wrist of every celebrity. With nearly 500,000 monthly searches, celebrities aren't the only ones obsesses with this timeless diamond bracelet. A Tiffany and Co tennis bracelet is an enduring classic that is elegant on its own or stacked with bangles and other bracelets.

Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger Bracelet

Tiffany and Co Bracelet Schlumberger

Jean Schlumberger joined Tiffany & Co. in 1956 and quickly became one of the most celebrated jewelry designers of his time. Known for his bold and imaginative designs, Schlumberger drew inspiration from nature, mythology, and the exotic. His work is characterized by vibrant colors, intricate details, and a unique blend of elegance and whimsy. Schlumberger’s pieces for Tiffany & Co. have been worn by some of the most famous and influential figures, including Jacqueline Kennedy, Elizabeth Taylor, and Audrey Hepburn. The most iconic Tiffany Schlumberger bracelet designs include the Rope Bracelet, the Paillonné Enamel Bracelet, the Lynn Bracelet and Stars and Moons Bracelet. The Tiffany and Co Schlumberger Lynn bracelet is a perfect bangle to stack with a classic tennis bracelet or other simple gold and platinum bracelets.

Tiffany & Co. Elsa Peretti Bracelet Doughnut Bangle

Tiffany and Co Bracelet Elsa Peretti

Elsa Peretti joined Tiffany and Co in 1974 and introduced bold sculptural designs including her iconic Tiffany Bone Cuff. Miley Cyrus wore an Elsa Peretti Tiffany Bone cuff in 18K gold to accept her 2024 Grammy award. The bone cuff was part of her first Tiffany and Co collection. It was inspired by the bones she used to see and collect from the Capucine crypt in Rome. The Tiffany and co bracelet remains fashionable as ever and is an enduring modern classic. Elsa Peretti is also known for her Diamonds by the Yard, Open Heart and Bean Tiffany jewelry. The Tiffany and Co Elsa Peretti Doughnut bracelet is a perfect example of how simple, organic forms can be transformed into luxurious and meaningful jewelry. The clean lines of this Tiffany and Co bracelet is another great choice to wear alone or with some sparkly diamond bangles.

Tiffany & Co. Bracelet Paloma Picasso

Tiffany and Co Bracelet Paloma Picasso

Tiffany and Co launched a collection with Paloma Picasso in 1980 that was instantly successful. The partnership thrives 35 years later with her pieces still available from Tiffany and Co. Paloma Picasso Tiffany collections include Olive Leaf designs, Melody bangles and Graffiti designs. Paloma Picasso Tiffany Graffiti designs remain the most distinctive of her jewelry. Picasso was inspired by the graffiti that was springing up all over New York city in the 1970s. Picasso saw graffiti as art and decided to make it precious in her jewelry designs. She used "X" and "O" shapes and "X" also represented a kiss. A Tiffany and Co X gold cuff bracelet is a perfect standalone statement piece with it's bold design.

Buying and Selling Tiffany and Co Bracelets at Sotheby's

A curated selection of Tiffany and Co bracelets are available for immediate purchase through Sotheby's Buy Now Marketplace. Additionally, Sotheby's has auctions in New York, Geneva, Paris, and Hong Kong with a curated selection of rare and collectible Tiffany and Co jewelry including Tiffany and Co bracelets. You can also contact a Salon Associate in New York or Bucherer in Zurich to learn more about Tiffany and Co jewelry at Sotheby's. If you have Tiffany and Co bracelets to sell, you can contact a Jewelry Specialist to learn more about your selling options.

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