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Tiffany & Co. and Assouline: The Publication of a Masterpiece

Culture | News

Paris, 9 February 2024

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

In the hushed corridors of art and design history, a new chapter has just been opened with the release of an exceptional art book, published by the prestigious publishing house Assouline.

This work, as sumptuous as the Tiffany & Co. store on Fifth Avenue, pays tribute to the recent transformation of the famous New York flagship after a meticulous four-year restoration.

The book, intended as a nearly bicentennial celebration of unique stories, craftsmanship, innovation, and the artisans who have contributed to Tiffany’s enduring legacy, is the work of several brilliant minds. Among them, architect Peter Marino, who redefined the interior spaces, and Shohei Shigematsu of OMA, who designed an avant-garde exhibition space.

Tiffany & Co.: The Landmark

Through its pages, readers are invited on a visual and narrative journey, exploring the most precious corners of the reinvented Tiffany & Co. store.

Each chapter reveals aspects of the brand’s renowned craftsmanship, from stained glass lamps to silver masterpieces, not to mention artistic jewelry and a window that offers a captivating view into the essence of Tiffany.

Assouline’s work does not just present breathtaking photographs or detailed illustrations.

It is also an intimate narrative told by authoritative voices in the world of jewelry and luxury.

Alba Cappellieri, curator and Italian author, brings her scholarship, capturing the spirit of innovation and tradition that coexist at Tiffany.

Christopher Young, creative director and vice president of creative visual merchandising for Tiffany & Co., also enriches the book with his expertise.

His supervision of the critically acclaimed Tiffany Vision & Virtuosity exhibition at London’s Saatchi Gallery reflects the essence of what the book seeks to capture: the fusion of heritage and innovation.

This art book, as an object, is a collectible, an extension of Tiffany’s iconic Blue Box, embodying luxury and the promise of an extraordinary experience.

Young’s contributions, particularly through his illustrations for works like “The Winter Carousel”, enrich the already dense content of the book.

Assouline’s edition does not just tell the story of Tiffany; it invites readers to become part of this story, to feel the magic of the Blue Box, and to understand Tiffany’s commitment to timeless beauty.

It thus becomes a testament to Tiffany & Co.’s place not only on the streets of New York but in the hearts of art and jewelry lovers worldwide.

In conclusion, Assouline’s work is not just a book; it is a work of art that tells the story of another work of art.

It is tangible proof that at Tiffany & Co., every creation is a love story between art and craftsmanship, a narrative that continues to be written with brilliance and elegance on Fifth Avenue and beyond.

Image Credit: Assouline

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