Spring is finally in the air, and for Tiffany & Co., it’s a major inspiration for the brand’s latest High Jewelry collection. The line, appropriately titled, Botanica, explores realms of nature through dandelion, thistle, and orchid designs. Last month, GRAZIA USA got an in-person preview of the collection, and as you could expect, the pieces left us speechless — especially when it came to the jeweler’s Dandelion necklace which stood out for a very particular reason.
The necklace, modeled by Wonder Woman actress and newly-minted Tiffany & Co. ambassador, Gal Gadot, in the campaign, released on April 21, is the most expensive piece in the Blue Book Botanica collection.
The Dandelion necklace transforms into five different configurations using two interchangeable pendant drops, a baguette diamond choker, and a long diamond chain necklace allowing endless opportunities for self-expression for the wearer.
In addition to its interchangeable design, the Dandelion necklace features crystal-clear rose cuts to evoke fluffy dandelion pollen and presents a showstopping round brilliant diamond of over 12 carats.
The rest of the Botanica collection includes an orchid brooch which is also able to be worn interchangeably as a necklace, plus a diamond and sapphire necklace that resembles thistles, and the Fleurage bracelet, which the brand said is a bracelet based on a sketch by the late jewelry designer Jean Schlumberger. He had considered using the design to feature the legendary Tiffany Diamond, but instead settled on a necklace for the now-legendary yellow diamond which has been worn by Audrey Hepburn, Lady Gaga and most recently, Beyoncé.