New York-based jewellery brand Tiffany & Co has unveiled its latest store in Paris.
Its new store at the French capital’s Bon Marché Rive Gauche is located on the ground floor of the famous Parisian department store.
The site has been designed with subtle nods to the Art Deco era and use of the classic Tiffany blue.
The store includes an engraved glass diamond sculpture by Hugh Dutton and is now the company’s seventh in Paris.
Elsewhere, Tiffany has recently shown off the most expensive piece of jewellery in its history.
Coming with an estimated worth of upwards of £15 million, the reimagined World’s Fair Necklace has been on display at a Tiffany event in Dubai.
It boasts a total 180 carats of diamonds and has an 80-carat diamond.
Experts estimate its worth at between $20 million and $30 million, as per WWD, the piece is now for sale.
Victoria Wirth Reynolds, Tiffany & Co chief gemologist, said of the piece earlier in the year: “The World’s Fair Necklace perfectly reflects our brand heritage as a New York luxury jeweller whose founder was known as the ‘King of Diamonds’.”