On almost unquestionable grounds Tiffany & Co ranks amongst the world's most luxurious brands. Rolex were voted as 2017's figurehead at the upper echelons of luxury, but Tiffany & Co weren't far behind. When a luxury brand ever releases collections there is almost always an equal air of critique and admiration as the world's 'best designs' excite their audiences, but have you ever got excited over a ping pong bat or paper cups? Traditionally an American fine jeweller, Tiffany & Co's latest collection is somewhat distant to their typical roster of product lines, instead featuring everyday items that have been re-imagined in the highest of quality materials.
With a collection ranging from (tin) cans that are finished in gold to a hand-spun ball of yarn made from sterling silver, Tiffany & Co's Everyday Objects collection is anything but expected. Though it might be argued - and SATORI & SCOUT think you have strong ground for backing this stance - that such designs are largely superfluous and unnecessary, we'll reverse the question and ask you, would you discard that tin can if it were no longer disposable and made from a precious metal? With each design complete with all the details that you'd expect from such a luxury house, including gold vermeil coatings, enamel stripes and beautifully carved natural wood, what realm of fantasy would you position your 'essentials' purchase in?
As Reed Krakoff, chief artistic officer at Tiffany & Co explains, "...beautiful things should not be limited to special occasions. I think what makes the collection unique is that it incorporates the best quality, craftsmanship and design with a level of functionality that allows you to use these things every day."
Photography credit : Tiffany