Tiffany & Co. Celebrates Legacy With New Forge Collection

Luxury jeweller Tiffany & Co. has launched its new Forge collection to pay tribute to the House’s long-standing tradition of crafting in sterling silver. Last year, the jeweller introduced its first gender-neutral collection with Tiffany Lock. Now the newest Tiffany Forge collection celebrates the unique path that is individually created by the wearer.

The new designs showcase links that are open and unrestricted, symbolizing a sense of openness to the twists and turns of life. Over a century ago, the Tiffany & Co. house set the U.S. standard for sterling silver purity (9.25 parts per 1,000 parts silver), and the newest collection honors this legacy. The collection features a series of narrow and wide chain necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and rings – each hallmarking iterations of their open-link motif emboldened in either polished or blackened sterling silver.

The jewelry is reimaged from archival designs incorporating the signature open-link motif. “Tiffany Forge and the collection’s signature open-link motif proudly honor our exceptional craftsmanship and showcase our hollowware workshop capabilities,” regards Alexandre Arnault, Executive Vice President of Product and Communication, at Tiffany & Co. “Each design has a bold look and feel. The silver collections have always been an integral part of our legacy and we are excited to expand our silver offering to include Forge.”

The new collection also showcases the skills of the Maison’s renowned Rhode Island hollowware workshop, which continues to forge silver into shapes that are familiar, yet still striking.