“The World’s Fair Necklace,” unveiled in Dubai on Sunday, characteristics a amazing 180 carats of diamonds established in platinum. Its centerpiece is an 80-carat oval, flawless, D-shade (highest grade and practically colorless) “Empire Diamond,” named for the legendary jeweler’s hometown. The Empire Diamond was ethically sourced in Botswana, lower and polished in Israel and set in Tiffany’s workshop in New York Metropolis.
The fantastic news for jewelry lovers with deep pockets is that this necklace is offered for sale — as opposed to Tiffany’s renowned 128.54 carat “Tiffany Diamond,” which Tiffany stated is priceless and not for order.
The retailer reported the layout for The World’s Reasonable Necklace is motivated by a Tiffany necklace manufactured for the 1939 World’s Reasonable held in Queens’ Flushing Meadow-Corona Park. That style highlighted a 200-carat aquamarine stone and far more than 400 diamonds.
The reimagined World’s Honest necklace can be worn in an surprising way: The wearer can very carefully pop out the Empire Diamond and mount it on to a platinum ring, with the aid of a Tiffany jeweler who will be on phone when that company is necessary. Naturally.