Tiffany & Co. launches the modern, sleek Atlas X collection

First launched 26 years ago as Atlas Collection, Tiffany reiterates it with a bold new spin

Tiffany & Co. Atlas X collection

May 14, 2021: Luxury jewelry brand Tiffany & Co. has launched Atlas X—a bolder, more modern update to the iconic Atlas collection. Inspired by the Roman numerals on the iconic clock at the Tiffany Fifth Avenue flagship store and evolving the original Atlas designs that launched in 1995, the Atlas X collection is about making your mark in time. Powerful angles, clean lines and statement silhouettes are united with graphic simplicity. 

Tiffany & Co. Atlas X collection

Crafted from 18k gold, sterling silver and pave diamonds, the collection plays with three different motifs: Closed, X and Open. In the Closed and Open styles, knife edge profiles—a code of Tiffany’s since the introduction of the Tiffany® Setting engagement ring in 1886—are pushed to a magnified scale for a bold, visual impact. Incised Roman numerals create sharp reflections and shadows that emphasize strong silhouettes. The X styles feature crisscrossing elements that reinforce the ethos in a modern way on earrings, pendants and more.

Tiffany & Co. Atlas X collection

Within the range of Closed, Open and X styles, there are designs with diamond accents that sparkle with intense radiance. The Atlas X wide bangle and ring feature pave diamonds that are set in a honey comb pattern to maximize the appearance of the stones and limit the presence of metal between them. Juxtaposing closed and open forms in a myriad of textures, robust angles and modern proportions, Atlas X offers versatility via numerous combinations for stacking, mixing and matching.

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