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Tiffany & Co. Paloma Picasso Line- Sell Jewelry

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Tiffany & Company is known for creating dazzling jewelry pieces that continue to look stylish and chic even decades after being released. Tiffany & Co. works with the worlds top jewelry designers in order to insure that this trend continues. One of its most celebrated designers is Paloma Picasso, whose first line was introduced in 1980. Her use of mixed colors and gemstones in bold, chunky designs was an instant hit. Her pieces often incorporate naturalistic elements such as the dove, use whimsical shapes, links and weaves  and tend to showcase the color red. Sell jewelry.

Paloma Picasso first started designing jewelry while working as a theatrical costumier in Paris and caught the attention of theater critics when she impulsively created rhinestone necklaces from gem-set bikinis. Realizing her talents she perused formal schooling in jewelry. Before coming to Tiffany & Co. she honed her skills as a designer at the House of Zolotas. It was there that her reputation as a expert jewelry designer spread through the jewelry industry and caught the attention of Tiffany’s Design Director John Loring.

Mr. Loring decided to see Paloma’s skills first hand and invited her to present a table setting for one of Tiffany’s exhibitions. This one small presentation was all it took, a year later Paloma Picasso was introducing her first exclusive collection of jewelry for Tiffany & Co. Thirty years later and the world still can not enough of Paloma Picasso’s imaginative designs.

-Carlos at Raymond Lee Jewelers

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Her choice of whimsical shapes, links and weaves, together with her unique color combinations,
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