Oldie but Goodie

Using the old with the new

 

 

    Catherine Martin has collaborated with Tiffany & Co to start the new Jazz Age Collection.  The Jazz Age Collection delivers 1920’s glam back to life. Catherine Martin is the costume designer for the new Great Gatsby film. The collection features glamorous headpieces and diamonds to conduct a feeling of old and new. From rings, to necklaces, to earrings- the Age collection conveys older twenties fashion with new age fashion to create something new and familiar.

 

   Dainty headpieces roar through the collection as a blast from the past. Necklaces and earrings housing diamonds paired with black stones draw contrast and attention. Vivid yellow diamonds are carefully placed within the jewelry to sum up brilliant glow and coloration. Many items from the Tiffany & Co Jazz Age Collection feature pieces in relation to The Great Gatsby jewelry collection. The Great Gatsby Collection ring with sapphire stones runs about $55,000, possessing great value and intensity. Tiffany & Co possesses enhanced detail within multiple items, such as the Ziegfeld collection daisy locket. This locket comes pre-set on a large chain created in sterling silver. The locket flaunts detail within the heart on the locket, displaying daisies and vines throughout the silver. Dazzling earrings and necklaces embrace the twenties with the vintage Great Gatsby look alike jewels and diamond placements. This collection truly embraces the Great Gatsby ideas and models for a unique collection. Chic tiffany blue clutches in a stylish, soft satin bring vivid color into this thoughtful collection. Tiffany & Co thoroughly embraced the Great Gatsby collection to collaborate with the Jazz Age Glamour.

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