Tiffany & Co. reveals a new design for the Tiffany Diamond

IN CELEBRATION of the 28 April reopening of its Fifth Avenue flagship shop, now named The Landmark, Tiffany & Co. unveils a breathtaking new design for the famous Tiffany Diamond. The stunning piece of jewellery is a reinterpretation of the Bird on a Rock design by Jean Schlumberger from 1965, transforming the Tiffany Diamond into a brooch and a pendant.

Anthony Ledru, CEO of Tiffany & Co, emphasised the Tiffany Diamond’s significance as the epitome of the brand’s heritage and commitment to prioritising radiance above size. The contemporary adaptation of the Bird on a Rock, a true emblem of Tiffany, breathes new life into Schlumberger’s iconic design.

The redesigned brooch features five diamond-laden birds encircling the Tiffany Diamond, a sophisticated evolution of the iconic Bird on a Rock design. The dynamic, one-of-a-kind piece required over 2,000 hours of development, encompassing intricate craftsmanship and a dedication to Schlumberger’s vision.

Nathalie Verdeille, Tiffany & Co.’s Chief Artistic Officer, described the union of the Tiffany Diamond and the Bird on a Rock as a “new love story full of liberty and joie de vivre”.

The illustrious Tiffany Diamond has a storied history, having been worn by only four women and appearing in five unique designs, including the latest mesmerising piece. From Audrey Hepburn to Beyoncé, the diamond has captivated generations and epitomised Tiffany’s dedication to artistry, innovation, and exceptional craftsmanship.

With this latest iteration of the Tiffany Diamond, the breathtaking gemstone is transformed once more, encapsulating the rich legacy of Tiffany & Co. and honouring the rebirth of The Landmark.

by Zlata Kryudor