A modern, minimalist look characterizes the pieces in the Tiffany & Co. T collection (tiffany.com), the first line of jewelry that the 177-year-old company has released since Francesca Amfitheatrof became its first-ever female design director earlier this year. The design of each of the collection’s more than 50 pieces incorporates—subtly or obviously—the letter T. The cuffs and rings shown here are made from 18-karat gold and white ceramic ($8,500 for the cuff and $1,250 for the ring) and from sterling silver and black ceramic ($2,500 for the cuff and $700 for the ring). The T collection also includes (from left) platinum earrings with diamonds and black spinels (price upon request) and a bracelet and ring (prices upon request) made from the same materials.
“There is a boldness and strong linear quality to the pieces,” says Amfitheatrof, noting that the jewelry is intended for daily wear. “It’s important to find jewelry that you can throw on and wear every day like your watch.”