Updated: Mar 4, 2022
With a well-deserved reputation for stunning jewelry, is it any wonder that Tiffany & Co. excels when they create brooches? From the lavish and stunning attention-demanding style of the Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger brooches to the beautiful and more restrained elegance of the gold or silver starfishes, there’s a Tiffany brooch you’re sure to love. If you’re looking for a brooch somewhere between opulent and elegant, choose a beautiful piece from The Tiffany & Co. Enchant line. The elegant and natural designs are complemented with the perfect touch of whimsy to make these brooches a compelling accessory with almost any outfit.
As with almost all of Tiffany’s jewelry and other products, the commitment to quality and impeccable craftsmanship is evident at first sight. An elegant and seemingly simple piece like Elsa Peretti roses accessorize an outfit in a way that speaks to the power of restraint in design and the beauty of the natural form. On the other hand, a Schlumberger Maltese Cross with thirty-seven diamonds in 18k gold makes a bold statement but never appears gaudy or ostentatious. Two very different design styles nonetheless reflect the exacting standards that make Tiffany & Co. the most respected jeweler on the planet.
It ought to come as no surprise that Tiffany & Co. Brooches are so beautiful. They introduced intricate flower brooches from famed designer Paulding Farnham more than a hundred years ago that were almost life sized. Imagine an iris of sapphires almost nine inches long! The appreciation for natural beauty so evident in Tiffany’s jewelry is a fine complement to any outfit.
Bert Levi Family Jewelers buys thousands of dollars’ worth of jewelry every week at our conveniently located downtown San Diego showroom, and among those items will usually be something from this fine company. If you’d like to see our inventory of pre-owned Tiffany & Co. brooches, engagement rings, and other items; stop in and let one of our GIA Accredited Jewelry Professionals show you what we have in stock. Come and see us. You’ll be glad you did.