Think you’ve got the most expensive piece of jewelry ever? Tiffany might have a different, high-end answer.
The jeweler has created two new versions of its Art Deco-inspired Blue Box Box, valued at more than $1 million each. The current iteration can sell for between $180,000 and $250,000.
Both of the new versions, which are being sold by luxury furniture and home goods company Loro Piana, are in the art deco style, so unique.
The yellow gold edition is identical to the standard Blue Box Box: It comes with a gold box, bar ring and diamond and ruby drop earrings. The Red Jewel Box is designed to create “a sumptuous symbol for women to protect their fortunes.” It comes with a black and white diamond ring with a bar, and was given to Henry Ford for his wife, Clara. It also has a gold box and diamonds on the ring and earrings.
Each one comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Each comes with a certificate of authenticity. Tiffany & Co., USA
The New York Times reported that each of the new versions will have a time frame of somewhere between 25 and 45 years. The sets are very exclusive, but every eight months people are allowed to sign up on Tiffany.com to receive a notification on when they will be available for purchase.
Its hasn’t yet been confirmed if the new sets will be sold internationally, but Tiffany has released them in the United States.
The cheapest Tiffany available in the United States is a set of 18 rose gold earrings and charms, which sell for $30,000.