In 1837, Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B. Young went into business, opening a “fancy goods” store in New York City. Known as “Tiffany, Young, and Ellis,” this little company soon became one of the world’s most distinguished retailers, and its popularity continues today. We hope you enjoy this catalogue of some of the most iconic Tiffany jewelry designs, which offer an enticing blend of sophistication and flawless craftsmanship.The Open Heart is one of the best-selling Tiffany necklaces of all time. Created by Elsa Peretti, it is simple and organic, yet evocative. An open heart necklace offers timeless appeal, and it pairs beautifully with a variety of outfits, making it just right for everyday wear.
Also in the running for the most popular Tiffany necklace, the Enchant Heart Lock is part of a collection based on ornate, 19th century garden gates. Like a heart-shaped padlock, this lovely necklace takes its inspiration from Victorian lockets shaped like padlocks. These were often accompanied by minuscule keys that allowed wearers to access the inside, where miniature portraits, silhouettes, or even locks of a loved one’s hair could be hidden. Tiffany’s Enchant Heart Lock pendants come in a variety of finishes, with and without diamonds and gemstones.