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The most extravagant Tiffany & Co. diamond brooch of the twentieth century.  The 107-carat canary diamond is surmounted by a 23-carat pear-shaped D-flawless white diamond and surrounded by 80 carats of marquise and pear-shaped white diamonds.  Designed by Maurice Galli and John Loring in 1988, it was priced at fifteen million dollars. Photo courtesy Tiffany & Co

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Brooch. Platinum, gold, pearls, diamonds, demantoid garnets  and sapphires, ca. 1893-5. Marks: "Tiffany & Com."; 5.7 x 5.4 cm. Photo courtesy Tiffany & Co

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Bodice Ornament. Platinum, gold, diamonds and pearls, ca. 1900-10. Marks: "Tiffany & Co."; 14 x 8.9 x 1.3 cm., Provenance: Ralph Esmerian Collection. Photo courtesy Tiffany & Co

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Bodice Ornament. Platinum, gold and diamonds, Ca. 1915. Marks: "Tiffany"; 9 x 9.5 x 1 cm. Photo courtesy Tiffany & Co

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"Ribbons Necklace" of diamonds and gold, designed by Jean Schlumberger in 1960, here centered by the Tiffany Diamond in a brooch setting.  Worn by Audrey Hepburn in publicity photographs for Breakfast at Tiffany's in 1961. Photo courtesy Tiffany & Co

 

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"Bejewelled by TIFFANY,  1837 - 1987" by Clare Phillips, with contributions by Vivienne Becker, Ulysses Grant Dietz, Alice Cooney Frelinghuysen, John Loring, and Katherine Purcell