Following up on it successful relaunch of the Atlas jewelry collection last fall, Tiffany & Co. is introducing several new creations for spring. Among the snazziest new looks are wide cuffs with large, intertwined Roman numerals that come in 18-karat gold ($10,500) and sterling silver ($1,850).
Also new are the Atlas pendant, in 18-karat gold ($2,800), and bangles, in sterling silver ($550) and 18-karat rose gold or gold ($4,200).
Inspired by the clock depicting the figure Atlas of Greek mythology, which has stood in front of the New York store since 1853, the Atlas collection was introduced in 1995. Renowned Tiffany designer John Loring created the original jewelry collection featuring raised Roman numerals based on an Atlas watch that debuted in 1983.
The jeweler brought back the collection last September with a splashy debut at its flagship New York store. The new collection was updated with matte and polished necklaces, bangles, pendants, earrings, and rings in 18-karat gold (yellow, rose and white) and sterling silver with diamonds.
The Tiffany Atlas jewelry collection is available at Tiffany & Co. stores in Dallas, Houston and Austin.