Tiffany & Co. is celebrating the 130th anniversary of its iconic six-pronged setting with an exhibition at the Landmark Atrium.

Since the Tiffany setting debuted in 1886, engagements rings with the exclusive design quickly became the new quintessential symbol of love. Bearing witness to the setting’s popularity are five generations’ worth of proposals, movies inspired by Tiffany’s jewellery, and countless pop culture references to the brand’s eye-catching little blue box.

The star of the exhibition is an exquisite 8.88ct engagement ring paved with diamonds and limited to 130 pieces. The price for one of these beauties is approximately a cool HK$12 million. The ring is housed inside a beautiful larger-than-life blue box that takes up most of the exhibition space and also doubles as the perfect backdrop for an Instagram photo-op.

Tiffany & Co. displays archival timepieces and new timekeepers

The exhibition also covers four major themes: legacy, craftsmanship, glamour and love. Each theme is explored via an interactive digital history timeline, a hand-engraving station, a calligraphy station, and a special cut screening of Tiffany’s documentary, Crazy About Tiffany, which will hit the silver screen in Hong Kong on November 3.

The exhibition runs until October 16. 

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