The 128.54 Carat Tıffany yellow Dıamond Wıll Be On Vıew At London Exhıbıt

Among the pieces on display at Tiffany & Co.’s latest installment of its Vision & Virtuosity exhibition (the last one was in Shanghai), the Tiffany Diamond is a highlight. At 128.54 carats, it’s one of the world’s most exceptional yellow diamonds. It has been worn by only four women since its discovery in 1877: American socialite Mary Whitehouse, Audrey Hepburn, Lady Gaga, and Beyoncé. But the jeweler is transferring over 400 other archival objects (acquired since its founding in 1837) from its collection of high jewelry designs, window displays, and popular culture pieces to London’s Saatchi Gallery from June 10 to August 19.

Another exceptional jewel that the brand will showcase is its recently acquired 80 ct. Empire Diamond, one of the house’s most expensive pieces, second only to the Tiffany Diamond. But beyond some of the world’s most extraordinary gems, the exhibition will also highlight its cultural significance through one-of-a-kind objects such as the original Breakfast at Tiffany’s script and the iconic Givenchy gown that Audrey Hepburn wore in the film.