Tiffany & Co. debuts the Tiffany T1 collection re-highlighting its popular ‘T’ motif

The collection offers bracelets and rings with rose gold and diamonds this October

Tiffany T1 bracelets rings India

October 14, 2020: Reiterating its popular, contemporary ‘T’ motif, Tiffany & Co. has launched the next chapter of the Tiffany T legacy with the introduction of Tiffany T1. The iconic ‘T’ motif has featured in the brand’s jewelry designs since the early 1980s. Building on the pioneering motif, Tiffany T1 offers extraordinary jewelry to wear every day. 

Designed by Reed Krakoff, Tiffany’s chief artistic officer, Tiffany T1 is launching in India with a curated edit of nine 18k rose gold key styles. Five of the nine designs are intricately set with radiant Tiffany diamonds. These modern and effortless jewelry pieces create a bold yet refined statement. 

Tiffany T1 bracelets rings India

The minimalist Tiffany T1 jewelry combines clean lines and graphic forms with new elegantly angular and feminine proportions. Encircling the wrist, finger or neck, the ‘T’ motif forms an unbroken circle that represents individual strength and self-empowerment. An innovative beveled bar with a subtle clasp is integrated seamlessly on the reverse.  

Tiffany T1 choker

Also including a sleek, elegant choker, the Tiffany T1 collection launches in India only with bracelets and rings in 18k rose gold that are available in wide and narrow widths, including styles with pavé diamonds expertly set by hand in a honeycomb pattern, and priced between Rs. 73,000 – Rs. 24,00,000. 

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