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Tiffany & Co.

TF4089B

1137796004 is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Black / Grey

UPC# 8053672217728

Polarized

$380.00
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58mm

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140mm

Fit: Standard

TIFFANY Black TF4089B Grey polarized lenses 58mm

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  • Style: Cat Eye
  • Frame material: Acetate
  • Lens material: Plastic
  • Case Type: no case
  • Fit: Standard
  • Eye Size: 58
  • Bridge/Temple Size: 16/140
  • Looks best on these face shapes:
  • Heart, Oval, Square

The beautiful Victoria cluster adorns each temple of this gorgeous cat-eye. It features a monoblock hinge which opens the flower's petals when the temple folds closed. Inspired by the timeless Tiffany jewelry collection, this style is a lavish must-have.

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The beautiful Victoria cluster adorns each temple of this gorgeous cat-eye. It features a monoblock hinge which opens the flower's petals when the temple folds closed. Inspired by the timeless Tiffany jewelry collection, this style is a lavish must-have.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from stunning glamorous and classy pair of glasses - fell in love with them the moment I tried them on
Date published: 2015-07-11
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The World'S Second-Largest Canary Yellow Diamond

At 128.54 carats, the Tiffany Yellow Diamond is the world’s second-largest Canary Yellow diamond.

 

The Tiffany Yellow Diamond is the second-largest Canary Yellow diamond in the world and has been owned by Tiffany & Co since 1878.

 

The cushion-cut diamond measures 28.25 X 27 X 22.2 millimeters and features an unusual number of facets: 48 on the pavilion and 40 on the three-stepped crown, as well as table facets and an arrangement of facets that radiate out from the diamond’s culet in a star shape.

 

The stone has been owned by Tiffany & Co since 1878. There are no confirmed records of its origin, but it is believed to have been discovered in 1877 or 1878 at one of the Kimberley mines in South Africa belonging to the French mining firm Compagnie Francais de Diamant du Cap. The company sent it to Paris, where a Tiffany agent paid $18,000 for the 297.42-carat rough stone.

 

Once Tiffany & Co procured the yellow diamond, the firm’s gemologist, Dr. George Frederick Kunz, was charged with finding the optimal cut. It took nearly a year to cut the diamond into its current form. Some believe that the number of facets were designed to reduce the diamond’s brilliance, giving it a “smoky” rather than a “fiery” appearance. The unusually high crown and deep pavilion seem to indicate that it was cut to minimize weight loss.

 

The Tiffany Yellow has been on display in the diamond company’s flagship New York store for over 70 years. It was mounted in its current “bird on a rock” setting in 1995.

 

Over the years, the diamond has been offered for sale only a few times. In 1951, a price of $500,000 was negotiated but the deal fell through. In 1972 a notice in the New York Times informed the public that Tiffany & Co was selling the diamond for $5 million, and the last time the Tiffany Yellow was put up for sale – 1983 – it was valued at $12 million.

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