Tiffany and Co’s companies -– Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, New York and, starting 1902, Tiffany Studios -– created hundreds and hundreds of stained-glass windows for churches and for a couple of handfuls of synagogues throughout the United States, particularly after it opened an ecclesiastical division in 1899. Many are still in place, though there is no catalogue raisonne that provides a comprehensive list. Others –- now owned by museums, private collectors, and art dealers –- were acquired when houses of worship were demolished, often to make way for new buildings.
The Tiffany Keys Collection is inspired by keys from the tiffany and co outlet Archives that were designed to open country manors and salons, diaries and jewel boxes. The newest keys sparkle with the beauty and intrigue of these earlier designs. Among the pendants are the Open Knot Key in 18 karat rose gold, Knot Key in 18 karat yellow gold, and Open Knot Key in diamonds and 18 karat white gold.The Tiffany Gallery watch captures the vitality of New York City during the 1920s American Art Deco period. The collection includes a stainless steel timepiece with stylized numerals, a black lacquer dial and Swiss-made movement.
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Take a peak at the sparkling jewel in our Floating Store’s crown, the tiffany and co australia Yellow Diamond sunglasses. With an 18k yellow gold frame, and a design inspired by the Tiffany Keys jewellery collection, these exquisite frames feature the Tiffany Yellow Diamond in the centre of each white gold TF Kaleidoscope Key, with a further 8 diamonds surrounding.
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