12 Otherworldly Pieces From Tiffany & Co.’s 2024 Blue Book

CollectionsApr 30, 2024

12 Otherworldly Pieces From Tiffany & Co.’s 2024 Blue Book

The “Tiffany Céleste” collection reimagines designer Jean Schlumberger’s interpretations of the universe.

Tiffany Blue Book 2024: Tiffany Céleste Wings Pendant
Tiffany’s 2024 Blue Book collection, “Tiffany Céleste,” is divided into six chapters: “Wings,” “Arrow,” “Constellation,” “Iconic Star,” “Ray of Light,” and “Apollo.”
New York—Tiffany & Co. opened a new chapter last week, debuting its 2024 Blue Book titled “Tiffany Céleste.”

Nathalie Verdeille, Tiffany’s chief artistic officer of jewelry and high jewelry, designed the collection as a celebration of famed designer Jean Schlumberger’s interpretations of the sun, moon, stars, distant galaxies, and fantasy worlds. 

“The stars provided a new lens to rediscover the extent of Jean Schlumberger’s fantasy world,” she said. “The new collection traverses all that adorns the skies, as well as that which exists far beyond them.”

“Tiffany Céleste” is divided into six chapters: “Wings,” “Arrow,” “Constellation,” “Iconic Star,” “Ray of Light,” and “Apollo.”

The company fêted its new high jewelry collection last weekend with a celebration in Beverly Hills attended by a long list of celebrities, including Anya Taylor-Joy, Reese Witherspoon, Emily Blunt, Gabrielle Union, Usher, Suki Waterhouse, and Quinta Brunson, all donning pieces from the collection.

The book opens with the “Wings” chapter, centered around wing silhouettes that symbolize flight and fantasy, said the company.

The “Arrow” chapter includes modern interpretations of the “Jean Schlumberger by Tiffany Trophée de Vaillance” brooch.

To create these pieces, Tiffany artisans developed custom-cut shapes to mimic the triangular shape of an arrow tip, said the company.

In the “Iconic Star” chapter, Verdeille drew inspiration from Schlumberger’s archive of sketches and designs, reimagining them for this collection.

This section is split into two suites. The platinum earrings fall into the “starry night of diamonds” theme while the ring’s freeform aquamarines are meant to evoke an evening sky.

The “Constellation” chapter expands on the star motifs that are prevalent in “Iconic Star.”

It focuses on capturing the night sky by using blue and pink sapphires with diamonds as the shining stars.

A highlight of the “Tiffany Céleste” collection is the red spinel necklace from the “Ray of Light” chapter, a style that has not been included in a Tiffany Blue Book for several years, said the company.

It transforms into a tiara, with the pendant designed to emulate beams of light.

In the “Apollo” chapter, Verdeille reimagined another brooch, this time the “Jean Schlumberger by Tiffany Apollo” brooch.

Each piece in this chapter features diamonds encompassed by curves of 18-karat yellow gold, just like the original brooch.

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Tiffany described the collection as “dreamlike, majestic, and imaginative.”

By transforming Schlumberger’s creations and designs into new pieces, some might say this year’s Blue Book is otherworldly.

“The Tiffany Blue Book collection tells the extraordinary story of our legendary craftmanship with the world’s most exceptional diamonds and gemstones,” said Anthony Ledru, Tiffany president and chief executive officer.

“Each piece of this collection embodies the brilliance and legacy of Jean Schlumberger as reimagined by Nathalie Verdeille.”

The “Tiffany Céleste” collection will launch in three phases throughout 2024.

It debuted this month, with more pieces to come in the summer and fall.  

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