Let’s dıscover the fantastıc collectıon “Cırcus”, created for Tıffany & Co.

Bright, colorful miniatures in the form of jewelry figurines always amaze the imagination, and if these are also well-known names who have put their ideas and skills into them, then this is a real WOW effect.

And how not to remember in this case the fantastic collection “Circus” by Gene Moore, created for Tiffany & Co. It must be said that Gene Moore was an artist who was known all over the world as a window dresser. His work is fantastic. From the mid-1950s to the late 1990s, Moore also designed window displays for Tiffany & Co on Fifth Avenue. His works turned into small performances. In fact, it was a new kind of spectacle that attracted to the showcases of salons.

In the 1980s, he began to develop a new kind of spectacle borrowed from historic America: a miniature circus made of sterling silver and bright enamels.

Moore let his imagination run wild, and Tiffany & Co. embodied his vision in the form of bold acrobats and dinosaurs, funny clowns and menacing lions, tigers, bears and much more.

This collection will appear on February 9 at the Jewels XOXO auction. Over 60 original sterling silver and enamel figurines have been assembled by Hollywood and Broadway producer Robert Boyett and are sure to enchant anyone who sees these vibrant miniatures.