Discover The Journey Of A Tiffany & Co. Diamond At Suria KLCC
Calling all lovers of Tiffany &Co.'s sparkling diamonds. The iconic jewellery house with over 180 years as a diamond authority has installed an immersive experience that will take you on a journey of their diamonds—from discovery to delivery. The 10-week, limited-run installation invites guests to experience first-hand what makes Tiffany diamonds truly unique. Here's a sneak peek of the exhibition.
Diamond in the rough
Tiffany & Co. is committed to responsible sourcing and how it is an industry leader in diamond traceability. You can find out the full craftsmanship journey of each individually-registered Tiffany diamond, including the region and country of origin.
Under the microscope
Did you know that Tiffany only accepts 0.04 per cent of the world's gem-grade diamonds. This installation will help you understand how Tiffany painstakingly identifies the best stones before they are cut, polished, graded, set and presented to the public.
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Cut, cleaned and polished
In this recreation of the Tiffany Workshop in New York City, guests can meet the team of highly-trained craftspeople—from the diamond polishers to the model makers—and the tools they use to meticulously cut each stone to achieve maximum beauty and brilliance. It is a captivating exploration of the American jewellery house's unrivalled artisanal legacy.
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Complete the immersive experience by taking a look at notable pieces that have made their way to Kuala Lumpur, including the 16.55-carat square emerald cut diamond ring, sourced responsibly from Botswana, and the diamond earrings worn by Queen's Gambit's Anya Taylor-Joy at the Golden Globe Awards this year.
The Diamonds of Tiffany journey is happening now until May 31, 2021.
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- Images Courtesy of Tiffany & Co.