More than 400 pieces from the jeweler, including the treasured Tiffany Diamond, are on view in a free exhibition.
LONDON — With the Tiffany & Company flagship store in New York undergoing an extensive (and delayed) remodeling, Christopher Young, the person responsible for overseeing the company’s archive, saw an opportunity in all the disruption. It was a chance, he said, to share more than 400 pieces from its collection with the public — not in Manhattan but in a London gallery known more for contemporary art than iconic jewels.
The result is “Vision & Virtuosity,” an exhibition that runs through Aug. 19 at the Saatchi Gallery in Chelsea, curated by Mr.
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