Watch & Jewellery
INSECT AFFECTION: Tiffany & Co.'s Return to Tiffany Love Bugs Collection
Text by Justin Ng | Photos courtesy of Tiffany & Co.
08.05.2019
Flower bangle in sterling silver and yellow gold
Butterfly flower ring in sterling silver and yelloe gold and Butterfly ring in rose gold and sterling silver
Butterfly pendant in 18k rose gold and sterling silver, Ladybug pendant in rose gold and sterling silver, and Bee pendant in yellow gold and sterling silver
Ladybug pendant with green quartz in sterling silver and rose gold
Bird brooch in sterling silver and yellow gold
Ladybug earrings in yellow rose gold and sterling silver and Daisy earrings in yellow gold and sterling silver
Daisy pendant and Ladybug Flower pendant both in yellow gold and sterling silver
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Back in ’69 – before all the Find My iPhone or GPS tracking devices were remotely close to existing – one could rely on a humble message, “Please Return to Tiffany & Co. New York”, to ensure that if owner and Tiffany piece were ever separated, they would be reunited at the Fifth Avenue flagship store. Jump to 2019, and while jewelry tracking devices are now ubiquitous across the world, Tiffany & Co.’s launch of their Return to Tiffany Love Bugs collection is a nostalgic throwback to simpler days. A revamped iteration of the former, the collection features jewellery pieces of butterflies, bees, ladybugs, and other flights of fancy in a refreshing nature-themed capsule devoid of the excessive embellishments you’ll see nowadays. With your neighbouring urban garden landscape in mind, each piece carries intricate flora and fauna details on its tip, which will pair well with your other tennis bracelets, necklaces and studs. Not to mention, the collection is arriving just in time for the season of graduations, Mother’s Day and all your other springtime gifting opportunities. So drop the extra pizazz this time around because sometimes, a simple, heartfelt message can mean the most.   

 

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