Jean Schlumberger Bird charm with 18k gold and diamonds in platinum on a chain. | Tiffany & Co.
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Bird charm and chain

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A Jean Schlumberger charm inspired by his famous Bird on a Rock design, created in the 1960s and used to showcase a glorious variety of colored gemstones and diamonds, including the Tiffany Diamond. Charm with 18k gold, a round sapphire and round brilliant diamonds in platinum. On a chain. Charm and chain sold separately. Round sapphire, carat total weight .01; round brilliant diamonds, carat total weight .63.
  • 18k gold and platinum with round brilliant diamonds and a round sapphire
  • Diamonds, carat total weight .63
  • Sapphire, carat weight .01

• For complimentary soldering, please contact customer service within six months of your purchase at 800 843 3269.
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ABOUT JEAN SCHLUMBERGER

In 1956, Jean Schlumberger joined Tiffany & Co. Immediately,
his designs were coveted and collected by the world’s most
fashionable women, including Jacqueline Kennedy and legendary
Vogue editor Diana Vreeland. Today, they continue to be worn by
women of unimpeachable taste.


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