‘Vision & Virtuosity’ – Tiffany & Co. Celebrating Their 185th Anniversary

‘Vision & Virtuosity’ is a journey through Tiffany’s history featuring over 400 unique objects, including the legendary Tiffany Yellow Diamond that was worn by Audrey Hepburn in the 1961 romantic comedy: Breakfast at Tiffany’s.


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Seven Chapters of Innovation, Craftsmanship and Heritage


Tiffany's & Co. Exhibition London

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The exhibition guides visitors through 185 years of innovation, craftsmanship and heritage starting from the foundation of the brand in 1837 by Charles Lewis Tiffany in New York.

‘Vision & Virtuosity’ exhibition is divided into seven different themes or chapters, each of them highlighting an important moment in the brand’s life.

The first chapter is dedicated to founder Charles Lewis Tiffany and his legacy.

The subsequent chapters are to introduce some Tiffany’s most creative and influential designers and their history-making designs.


Tiffany's 185th Anniversary

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There is a whole section devoted to Tiffany® Setting engagement ring, introduced in 1886.

Another whole chapter is dedicated to Breakfast at Tiffany’s and the legendary 128.54-carat Yellow Tiffany Diamond that has been worn by only four women in history.


Breakfast at Tiffany's - Tiffany's Exhibition

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American socialite Mrs. E. Sheldon Whitehouse wore the yellow diamond at a benefit Tiffany Ball in 1957. Designer Jean Schlumberger re-set the diamond to a ribbon-like necklace that Audrey Hepburn wore in the romantic comedy, Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

Lady Gaga wore the diamond for the Academy Awards in 2019 where she was awarded for The Best Original Song. Beyoncé Knowles was the first black woman to wear the legendary diamond in 2021 as part of Tiffany’s campaign, ‘About Love’.


Tiffany's Yellow Diamond

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The rare and biggest ever found yellow diamond was discovered in South Africa’s Kimberley Mine in 1877 and purchased by Tiffany and Co. founder Charles Lewis Tiffany the following year. The diamond was then cut to enhance its rich yellow colour.

The Yellow Tiffany Diamond is the most famous diamond in modern history.



Exclusive Collaborations


Tiffany's Exhibition Shop

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To celebrate the special occasion, Tiffany’s & Co. collaborated with outstanding designers and brands. Limited-edition items in Tiffany Blue® are available in the gift shop along with limited-edition merchandise, accessories, and more.



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Duration of ‘Vision & Virtuosity’ Exhibition

The exhibition is running from 10 June – 19 Aug 2022



Saatchi Gallery

Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Rd, London SW3 4RY



Tickets are available exclusively via the ‘Vision & Virtuosity’ app, available on the iOS and Google Play app stores.

Admission is FREE but pre-booking required.




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