Tiffany’s finest will be on display until next May.
The jeweler also unveiled a refreshed MVP award and four other new post-season trophies.
Along with this piece, which belonged to a wealthy heiress, the auction will feature jewels from Bette Midler and Lady Sylvia Ashley.
The rarities took 65 hours of work to complete, according to the jeweler.
Featuring Tiffany-designed mosaic tiles, wallpaper and more, the landmarked home was first unveiled in 1902.
The retailer takes its jewelry to new heights with an extraordinary necklace that celebrates its Manhattan roots.
Priced at $1,000, the cheeky limited-edition award will be available starting May 2 at 11 am.
For the first time in the brand’s history, customers can add box lettering for free with the purchase of any Tiffany engagement ring.
The one-off pendant, set with a sapphire, ruby and yellow diamond, mirrors the NFT in his Twitter profile picture.