By Staff Writer
Qatari-backed jewellery retailer revealed three “revived” collections
Qatari-backed jewellery retailer, Tiffany & Co., has debuted its three autumn collections in Dubai this week.
The ranges - Tiffany Victoria, Tiffany Bow and Tiffany Infinity – are longstanding concepts that were re-interpreted and re-designed for this year’s autumn season.
Tiffany Victoria was introduced in 1998 as a graphic floral pattern of marquise diamonds. It was based on a diamond corsage ornament that acted as a centerpiece in Tiffany’s 1889 exhibit at the World’s Fair in Paris. The new collection features round and pear-shaped diamonds set in platinum pendants.
Tiffany Bow was created around the concept of jewellery so slender it resembles a “thread one might tie around a finger.” This year's designs entail 18k rose and white gold chokers, diamond cuffs, and rings.
Last but not least, the Tiffany Infinity, as its name portrays, is based on the brand’s infinity symbol. This season, it’s minimally designed in sterling silver and 18k gold and diamonds.
The previously-mentioned collections are all available at Tiffany & Co. stores worldwide.
Tiffany was originally founded in New York City in 1837. Today, 8.7 percent of its shares are owned by the Qatar Investment Authority.