Tiffany, vetrina — October 15, 2016 at 5:00 am

Tiffany vintage

Tiffany offers a silver version of three rings and one bracelet of the Seventies, for the series Out of Retirement.
Tiffany & Co. don’t goes retire. Or, rather, it decided to interpret even in a silver, the jewelry collection Out of Retirement (we talked about here). The Tiffany models, in fact, are never withdrawn, ie removed from the catalog, but are kept in the archives, ready to return to the market even after a period of deserved rest. As it happens now with these jewels originally made of gold and are now replicated in silver, at a more affordable price. The jewels of the collection Out of Retirement form part of the Tiffany archives. “I really love the idea of ​​the collection Out of Retirement” is the comment by Francesca Amfitheatrof, design director of Tiffany & Co. “Modernity and the beauty of the materials have always been the essence of Tiffany and these pieces are still absolutely contemporary, as were when they were created for the first time. They are full of charm and spirit that have always been part of the brand’s DNA. ” The jewels of the collection presented Out of Retirement silver rings are three-sculpture and a bracelet, all based on designs found in the Tiffany archives. The Block Ring is inspired by a ring present in the Blue Book of 1973, Pyramid Ring, instead recalls ancient architecture and was present in the Blue Book of 1971, as the Rectangle Ring is made of a drawing of 1971, while Interlocking Bangle, in silver and rosewood, is proposed by a drawing of 1975. Lavinia Andorno

Anello della collezione Out of Retirement
Anello della collezione Out of Retirement

Anello della collezione Out of Retirement. Prezzo: 580 euro
Anello della collezione Out of Retirement. Prezzo: 580 euro
Anello della collezione Out of Retirement. Prezzo: 500 euro
Anello della collezione Out of Retirement. Prezzo: 500 euro
Bracciale in argento e palissandro della collezione Out of Retirement
Bracciale in argento e palissandro della collezione Out of Retirement

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