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Leave it to a luxury powerhouse like Tiffany & Co, to create pieces that influencers, pop icons, Hollywood royalty, and fashion editors covet. Case in point: the Elsa Perretti Bone cuff, which boasts brand new colourways in honour of its 50th anniversary. Powerfully feminine with an effortless ease, the groundbreaking design of this cuff was first introduced in the 1970s and showcases the ergonomic sensuality that informs designer Elsa Perretti’s jewellery.
Now, to celebrate both the milestone and Elsa’s love of colour, Tiffany & Co. announces a special edition of the iconic Bone cuff in vibrant shades of red, blue, and green. Carved stone styles are a nod to the sublime beauty that Elsa finds in nature, featuring sterling silver with black jade, sterling silver with turquoise, and most recently 18k yellow gold with green jade.
Her trailblazing craftsmanship is exemplified in the way that the Bone cuff seamlessly contours to the wrist, designed specifically for the right and left wrists – and to be worn as a pair – becoming one with the body. A testament to her curiosity and creativity, the tactile and sculptural form of the cuff is drawn from her visits as a young girl to the crypt of a 17th century Capuchin church in Rome and Antonio Gaudí’s Casa Milà in Barcelona.
The Bone cuff exudes an empowering effect when worn, and is a symbol of strength and grace. “I have always been interested in the mechanics and its feel: every jewellery piece should be captivating and comfortable to wear,” says Elsa Peretti. Her aesthetic embodies the modern-day woman and her unique style sensibility, her designs are revered by the likes of British Museum in London and The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. Need we go on?
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“A testament to her curiosity and creativity, the tactile and sculptural form of the cuff is drawn from her visits as a young girl to the crypt of a 17th century Capuchin church in Rome and Antonio Gaudí’s Casa Milà in Barcelona.”