Tiffany & Co.’s Tokyo Exhibition Showcases Iconic Treasures

Tokyo Exhibition Showcases

This spring, Tiffany & Co. is rolling out the red carpet for luxury enthusiasts and art aficionados alike with the grand unveiling of the “Tiffany Wonder” exhibition in Tokyo. Celebrating an impressive 187 years of unparalleled craftsmanship and a glittering diamond legacy, this showcase promises to transport visitors on a spellbinding journey through some of Tiffany’s most iconic pieces, including legendary diamonds and Jean Schlumberger’s enchanting Bird on a Rock brooch.

Nestled within the impressive TOKYO NODE gallery, housed in the majestic Toranomon Hills Station Tower, “Tiffany Wonder” not only pays homage to the brand’s enduring legacy but also honors its deep ties with Japan. From the era of Charles Lewis Tiffany, the brand has drawn inspiration from Japanese art and culture, a theme intricately woven into the fabric of its most influential designs. Collaborating with renowned architecture firm OMA, the exhibition is meticulously crafted to unfold across 10 thematic rooms, each unveiling different facets of Tiffany’s rich heritage and its unwavering commitment to creativity and craftsmanship.

Nearly 300 items, many of which have never been on display before, will be on display in “Tiffany Wonder.” Notable pieces include the first Blue Book catalog and the renowned Tiffany® Setting engagement ring. Highlights include the orchid brooch designed by George Paulding Farnham for Tiffany & Co. and the Plumes necklace designed by Jean Schlumberger for Tiffany & Co. The spectacular exhibition of the 128.54-carat Tiffany Diamond is the culmination of the exhibit.

Running from April 12 through June 23, the display fills in as a demonstration of Tiffany’s persevering through mission to rouse the world’s most prominent romantic tales and to ignite wonder in the hearts of all who cross its way. Tickets are currently accessible, offering an intriguing an open door to dive into the renowned tradition of Tiffany and Co. in the midst of the dynamic setting of Tokyo.