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Tiffany & Co. and Dover Street Market Create Rugged Jewelry for Men

Featuring designs from Tiffany Men's collection.
IMAGE TIFFANY & CO.
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Following a successful limited-edition jewelry and gifts collection, Tiffany and Dover Street Market are back once again with another project. And this time, it's for the guys.

The capsule takes designs from the brand's just-launched men's collection, Tiffany 1837 Makers, and adds a dose of ruggedness. There are nine pieces of necklaces, bracelets, rings, and cuff links, but the clear standout is the limited-edition signet ring, engraved with NYC or LA, exclusive to DSM's locations in New York and Los Angeles.

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"Dover Street Market’s curated style edit, and the iconic collaborations it is known for, makes it the ideal space to debut these limited-release Tiffany Men's designs," said Tiffany & Co.'s chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff.

Photo by TIFFANY & CO.

The Tiffany 1837 Makers tumble-polished sterling silver pieces are available exclusively at Dover Street Market. The closest DSM store may be in Singapore, but the pieces will be available until early next year so there's plenty of time to shop the collection.

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