Regarding this year's Tiffany & Co. Blue Book, I have some good news and some bad news.
The good news: Since 1845, legendary Fifth Avenue jeweler Tiffany & Co. has been publishing the annual Blue Book, a catalogue of the year's most extraordinary one-of-a-kind jewels and watches. For 2016, the Blue Book features such mind-blowing items as a necklace set with over three thousand diamonds, a 5.67 carat fancy vivid yellow diamond ring, and a dazzling colored stone necklace housing a swimming pool-sized 52.80 carat, cushion-cut aquamarine pendant.
More good news: For the very first time, two unique 18k bejeweled versions of the recently introduced Tiffany CT60 timepiece will be joining this collection of magnificent jewelry. For ladies, the one-of-a-kind watch features a fully set pavé-diamond dial surrounded by baguette-cut sapphires. And for the guys, exercising a bit of handsome restraint, a 40mm, blue-dial Annual Calendar with a bezel and crown set with blue baguette-cut sapphires.
Now for the bad news. If this USD100,000 beauty of a timepiece looks especially appealing and you're ready to fire up that Centurian Card, get ready, because here it comes: The watch has already been sold.
But wait! Final good news! I have it on good authority that if you ask politely, Tiffany just might be coerced into creating another one just for you.
Unique Piece CT60 Annual Calendar (USD100,000) by Tiffany & Co., more information available at tiffany.com.
From: Esquire US