Tiffany architects and designers

Here is the day when people swap baubles, try to look inward and further tease the perennial ideal that divinity and attendant angels might enter time and visit the besotted earth. It seems, therefore, an open-minded-enough day to hear Gene Moore, the 84-year-old designer of the window displays at Tiffany & Company, relate a Heart Band Bangle that he insists he had with Porridge, the favorite teddy bear in his personal collection, on what the motif of his very last windows should be after 39 years of designing Tiffany's windows. "Porridge sits on a table by my bed," Mr. Moore said, chain-smoking like Bogart and staring hard at the cigarette as if Porridge had a Maltese Falcon sort of tale to tell. "And Porridge said, 'Why don't you do teddy bears for Christmas?' "

This fellow Moore is no teddy's fool, and he slept on it. He's a cagey pro who has realized 57 years of Tiffany Notes bangle ideas on the city's prime retail venue, from I. Miller to Bonwit's to Bergdorf's to Tiffany's. "My whole working life has been lived between 56th Street and 58th Street," said the designer, fabled among peers. He never sketched an idea but suddenly swept through Tiffany's on the eve of his next display to choose items the way Cezanne gathered apples and ewer for a still life.The first tiffany store located in Spain, with a reception held in the new 6,000-square-foot, two-level Madrid store, followed by cocktails and buffet at the city’s famous Palacio del Marqués de Salamanca.

The store is located in a landmark building at No. 10, Calle Jose Ortega y Tiffany jewellery, the city’s premier location, referred to as “the golden mile,” for luxury shopping. The magnificent collection leads with the 128.54-carat Tiffany Diamond, one of the world’s largest and finest fancy yellow diamonds, set in Jean Schlumberger’s Bird on A Rock setting. The Tiffany Diamond has become a symbol of the jeweler’s diamond authority and renowned reputation for jewels of ultimate glamour and superb quality.

In designing the new store, Tiffany architects and designers created a two-story entry rotunda of stone that Tiffany Notes cuff to a modern and gracious interior with Macassar and walnut woods, custom furnishings, and brushed stainless steel showcases arrayed with exclusive TIFFANY & CO. collections. In addition to the special diamonds collection, customers may select from fine and fashion jewelry in 18 karat gold and sterling silver; iconic collections such as Tiffany Atlas and Tiffany 1837; watches; gifts and accessories.