When in doubt, you can’t go wrong gifting anything in a blue box of a certain shade. Our San Diego Tiffany & Co. stores share gift ideas that are popular among fashionable women in our beach community.
Most of these suggestions are just as suitable for everyday casual wear as they are for nights out, so just go ahead and hand your significant other this list. Fabulous possibilities exist in a variety of price ranges.
$250 And Under
Atlas® Lariat necklace in sterling silver: I am a big fan of the new Tiffany & Co. Atlas collection and this necklace is actually on my Christmas list because I’ve tried it on in the store.
$500 And Under
Ziegfeld pearl and onyx ring: I am also seriously considering this ring as I love the retro look of the entire Ziegfeld collection.
Ziegfeld pearl necklace: In line with the collections modern tribute to the 1920s, this single strand of freshwater pearls would make a great gift. Of course, if one strand isn’t enough, you can go for more.
Tiffany Keys: The oval key pendant in 18k rose gold is $450 at the time of this writing (chain is an additional cost), but the collection starts at $125 and goes way up depending on how many diamonds and gems you wind up with.
$1,000 And Under
Tiffany Ava box clutch: I am totally in love with the colors of the Tiffany & Co. fall handbag collection that you can certainly carry throughout the year. The problem is which one to choose? I’d go with green, I think.
Atlas® bangle: The new Atlas collection has slimmer, more feminine lines. I have tried this bracelet on and love it. There is also an oval rose gold bangle to consider (though priced higher).
$1,000 And Up
Tiffany Chelsea hobo: The bags have a suede exterior with a leather trim handle and solid brass hardware.
Tiffany 1837™ interlocking circles pendant: Though there are a variety of styles in RUBEDO™ metal, this large one is particularly stunning.
Ziegfeld ring: This gorgeous ring is made of sterling silver, diamonds, and black spinel. What’s black spinel? Spinel is a gemstone that represents love and longevity. Though spinel comes in a variety of colors, black is the most rare and thought to resolve issues and relieve sadness.
If money is no object, consider these luxurious showstoppers. As you can imagine, special jewelry like this isn’t produced in large quantities but the Fashion Valley store does have similar pieces.
Jean Schlumberger diamond and gemstone bracelets: These are stunning and, frankly, leave me a bit speechless. Some of the world’s most fashionable women in the world have worn his pieces that draw on nature for inspiration. Prices as pictured are $190,000, $95,000, $235,000.
Tiffany Yellow Diamond pendant: Tiffany Yellow Diamonds are meticulously selected by their master gemologists. This rare necklace would set you back $1,500,000.
Which of these pieces is your favorite? Hard to choose, isn’t it? A visit to a local Tiffany & Co. store will certainly help you decide.
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