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Tiffany & Co. Jean Schlumberger Pink Tourmaline, Citrine and Peridot Flower Bracelet


Created in the 1960s, this Jean Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co. bracelet is composed of over 23.00 carats of citrine, peridot, pink tourmaline and diamonds, set in 18K gold. The bombé-form bracelet is composed of a double coil of gold wire mounted with overlapping blossoms formed of marquise-cut citrines, pink and green tourmalines, and peridots, centered by round brilliant-cut diamonds. Light and voluminous at the same time, with bright oranges and pinks set off by cool greens and sparkling diamonds, Schlumberger created a gemmy blossoming vine for the wrist.


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Item #: BA-20591
Artist: Jean Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co., New York
Country: United States
Circa: 1960s
Size: 7.00 length x 1.00” width (internal circumference 6.5)
Materials: 26 marquise-cut peridots (approximate total weight 8.30 carats); 26 marquise-cut pink  tourmalines (approximate total weight 7.80 carats); 26 marquise-cut citrines (approximate total weight 6.50 carats); 39 round brilliant-cut diamonds (approximate total weight 0.90 carat); 18K gold (95.5 grams)
Diamonds: G/H Color, VS Clarity
Signed: Tiffany 18K Schlumberger
Literature: Tiffany & Co. Blue Book 1969-1970, p. 36

Schlumberger’s designs combined his love of nature with a touch of surrealist playfulness and nod to the 20th century inclination to abstraction. Here the rhythmic form of this bombé bracelet, composed of a gold double helix with overlapping blossoms of imperfect symmetry, whimsically presents a gemmy golden vine of intriguing, multi-hued petals, casually twisted around itself and the wrist.