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Tiffany & Co. and Elsa Peretti

Updated: Mar 4, 2022

If you’ve ever admired a Tiffany & Co. teardrop necklace, you’ve admired the work of famed jewelry designer Elsa Peretti. She’s known for her very simple and elegant forms that are somehow transformed in their simplicity into something much more profound. Her understated style has found fans among the very famous, and it’s no surprise that Tiffany & Co. jewelry designed by Peretti is among the best-selling items in their catalog. Whether it’s Peretti pendant, a Peretti charm, a Peretti bracelet, or Peretti earrings, the beauty of her craft is never in question, and the elegance of her designs is the envy of designers everywhere.

It’s not surprising that Elsa Peretti’s designs are so wonderful. She has a simply terrific sense of style. In fact, famed fashionista Eleanor Lambert put Peretti on her International Best Dressed List and she’s been on it since 1973! Her sense of elegance and style have been part of Tiffany & Co. since she moved to New York in 1968. Her lovely designs have become hallmark examples of Tiffany & Co.’s appreciation for jewelry that shows off the natural beauty of the gems and metals used, and a touch of class can be added to any outfit with a Peretti brooch, pendant, or bracelet.

At Bert Levi Family Jewelers, we buy thousands of dollars’ worth of jewelry every single week in our downtown San Diego showroom. When we’re fortunate enough to acquire an Elsa Peretti piece, you can be sure we’re excited to put it in our collection of pre-owned Tiffany & Co. items. Drop by and see what we have. Tiffany & Co. items move very quickly but we can usually find desired items through our network of distributors. If you’d like to add a really elegant accessory to your jewelry box, come see us. We’re in the Gaslamp District, and one of our GIA Accredited Jewelry Professionals would be happy to show you our inventory or help you with any other jewelry needs.

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