Tiffany & Co., the premier jeweler, celebrates the Year of the Snake with Elsa Perettiâ€™s daring and provocative snake necklace. Â I’ve personally seen this sexy, sinuous, sensuous piece in person and it’s quite remarkable. Â As Sunday marks the start of the Lunar New Year…nothing is more perfect than this necklace.
The necklace typifies her unique approach to natural forms that revolutionized modern design and placed her among the worldâ€™s most honored jewelry designers. Working with master craftsmen, she captured the snakeâ€™s elegant movements with a series of graduated links handcrafted in 18 karat gold. Smooth and sculptural, the necklace beautifully complements theÂ bodyâ€™s contours. This sensual quality is a signature of her renowned collections, which debuted at Tiffany & Co. in 1974 and were met with instant acclaim. Now as then, women around
the world collect and wear her jewelry for its ease and versatility.
And men, the countdown to V-Day has already begun.
For more information, please go to www.tiffany.com or visit the Chevy Chase or Tysons Corner location.
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