In the middle of the nineteenth Century, the jewels were emanating a strong classical flavor, and the dreamers, including Charles Luis Tiffany, were building a new modern society on the other side of the Atlantic, including the dreamers, including Charles Luis Tiffany.
In 1848, Tiffany brought the diamonds and jewels purchased in Europe back to New York, bringing unprecedented jewelry decoration to the upper class, and he was regarded as the “king of diamonds” by the American media.
In 1878, the birth of Tiffany’s legendary yellow diamond refreshed the brilliant record of diamond shine. Tiffany’s master cut the diamond cut from the traditional 58 to 82. The 287 carat diamond stone is finally presented to the world with a 128.54 carat pillow shaped yellow drill. It has become one of the most famous diamonds in the world.