A brisk autumn day in the Boston Public Gardens with green grass, orange leaves and the beautiful, ornate gates... now that's something majestic. It just so happens that those traditional 19th-century garden gates have inspired something even more stunning and symmetrical. Let me introduce to you the Tiffany Enchant collection. The Public Garden came about in 1837 when philanthropist Horace Gray petitioned for the use of land as the first public botanical garden in the United States. That's right, Boston set the trend! The Tiffany Enchant collection is a perfect memento of one of Boston's most picturesque places during this 175th anniversary year, capturing nature and designs inspired by flourishes of garden gates that we all love.

The Boston Public Gardens aren't the only things with history. Tiffany & Co. has been known for 175 years for its tradition of nature-inspired baubles and its ever so beautiful engineering of timeless diamonds. The Tiffany diamond is a great legacy, and has had me dreaming since I was a young girl to have my very own someday. Much like 19th-century garden gates, the Tiffany Enchant collection "provides a frame through which nature's beauty can be viewed," as said by Tiffany & Co. itself. Nature is evident in the shine of the diamonds themselves. The shine and dazzling light separate Enchant diamonds from any others, with impeccable craftsmanship and a hand cut finish. All in all, Tiffany Enchant is a tribute to all the beauty that nature inspires.


It is also richly symbolic of the company's commitment to protecting the environment and its precious resources. Tiffany & Co. has partnered with New York's Central Park Conservancy and other such organizations around the world to preserve urban green spaces for the enjoyment of all. With so many unbelievable sparkles and enchanting motifs, Tiffany Enchant distinguishes the company even more as the world's leading diamond distributor.

How fabulous.

xx, ZM