The “Expo Necklace” was unveiled in Dubai on Sunday and features a stunning 180-carat platinum diamond. At its core is an 80-carat oval, flawless, D-color (highest grade, almost colorless) “Imperial Diamond” named after the iconic jeweler’s hometown. Imperial diamonds were sourced ethically in Botswana, cut and polished in Israel, and set in Tiffany’s studio in New York City.
For wealthy jewelry lovers, the good news is that this necklace can be sold-unlike Tiffany’s famous 128.54 carat “Tiffany Diamond”, Tiffany calls it priceless and cannot be bought.
The retailer stated that the design of the Expo necklace was inspired by the Tiffany necklace, which was made for the 1939 World Exposition held at Corona Park in Flushing Meadows, Queens. The design features a 200-carat aquamarine and more than 400 diamonds.
The redesigned Expo necklace can be worn in unexpected ways: the wearer can carefully take out the imperial diamond and install it on the platinum ring with the help of the Tiffany jeweler, who will be on standby whenever needed. nature.
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