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A TIFFANY GRADUATION
the 2017 blue book
The Tiffany Fragrance
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Vibrant center stones encircled by dazzling diamonds define Tiffany Soleste, a collection that takes its name from “sol,” the Spanish word for sun. The vivid spectrum of magnificent gemstones captures a brilliant array of beauty and emotion.
The Stone of Connection
After its discovery in the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Tiffany introduced this dazzling blue-violet gemstone to the world in 1968.
The Stone of Joy
Only a small portion of already-rare fancy color diamonds meet Tiffany’s exacting standards, ensuring that Tiffany Yellow Diamonds are radiant with warmth and energy like the sun.
The Stone of Vitality
Named for the Tsavo River region near the Tanzania and Kenya border, Tiffany & Co. named and introduced this beautiful gemstone to the public in 1974.
The Stone of Serenity
Ranging from a beautiful soft blue to a calming greenish blue, aquamarine was first listed in the Tiffany Blue Book in 1880.
The Stone of Nobility
Known for its richly saturated blue hues, sapphire is thought to symbolize wisdom, commitment and sincerity and in some countries is an alternative to a traditional diamond engagement ring.
The Stone of Protection
As one of the colors commonly associated with love and emotion, pink sapphires are thought to represent emotional stability, passion and strength.
The Stone of Enlightenment
A versatile stone, tourmalines come in a wide range of colors, from verdant greens to electric blues, earthy oranges and deeply saturated pinks, purples and reds.