The Blue Box Opens in London

The jewelry of Tiffany & Co. has always been known for quality and originality. From the company’s inception in 1837, Tiffany has embraced the new—whether it was a new gemstone, new design, or new designer. An exhibit opening in London on June 24 explores that history. Some 180 pieces—many on loan from the Tiffany Archive and on display for the first time—will be shown at the Gilbert Collection, Somerset Hall, until Nov. 26, 2006. The exhibit, sponsored by Tiffany & Co., was curated by Clare Phillips, curator of the Department of Sculpture, Metalworks, Ceramics and Glass at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. Items from the Tiffany archive are accompanied by pieces from private collections. Together they form the most comprehensive exhibition of Tiffany jewels ever mounted. Organizing an exhibition of this scale was daunting. “For me, the first priority was
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