Roskin Gem News Report

By Jessica Bailey

Jessica Bailey joins Tiffany & Co.’s Chief Gemologist and Vice President Victoria Reynolds to discuss the luxury brand’s new high jewellery collection – and the plight of travelling the world in search of the most exquisite diamonds and precious stones

“Rarity, scarcity and beauty make something that is truly, truly special,” Victoria Reynolds, Chief Gemologist and Vice President at Tiffany & Co., tells GRAZIA. “But a piece is not finished until it’s worn. When you put a creation on, it’s really transformable. It’s what my role is all about.”

Reynolds – who has been with the New York luxuriate for 35 years – is of course borrowing a sentiment from the iconic Tiffany & Co. French jewellery designer Jean Schlumberger who is famous for transforming wonders of nature – read: gemstones – into objects of alluring beauty; strong, sculptural, original, and unparalleled.

Red Spinel, Pink Sapphire, and Diamond, set in Platinum – Tiffany & Co.

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