iffany Forge pays tribute to the brand’s long tradition of crafting sterling silver masterworks, a metal that is deeply engrained its heritage. Over a century ago, Tiffany & Co. set the U.S. standard for sterling silver purity (9.25 parts per 1,000 parts silver) and Tiffany Forge honours this legacy. When conceptualising the collection’s signature open-link motif, the house designers reimagined archival designs, including a pocket watch from the 1880s, a bracelet from Blue Book 1958 and a necklace from Blue Book 1975–76.
“Tiffany Forge and the collection’s signature open-link motif proudly honour our exceptional craftsmanship and showcases our hollowware workshop capabilities,” said Alexandre Arnault, Executive Vice President, Product and Communication, Tiffany & Co. “Each design has a bold look and feel. The silver collections have always been an integral part of our legacy and we are excited to expand our silver offering to include Forge.”
The full suite of the new Forge creations is featured in multiple expressions of an open-link motif with bold designs, offered in either high-polished or blackened sterling silver. The collection will include both narrow and wide chain iterations in necklaces, bracelets, rings, and earrings that play with scale and dimensionality.