I have a few pieces from the brand so far including the Return to Tiffany Bead Bracelet and the Infinity Narrow Band Ring. After having the Tiffany & Co Paloma Picasso Loving Heart Pendant for a year, I wanted to share my thoughts and some pretty photos. I think it’s nice to hear the perspective after owning an item for a year so this is my second post in this series after the Sam Edelman Felicia flats I recently wrote about.
Tiffany & Co Paloma Picasso Loving Heart
There are several versions of this pendant available. The most affordable version is an all silver version ($305CAD). For the version I have is with a diamond in the middle, it goes for $540 CAD. If you get it in rose gold or gold with a diamond, it is $1,200 CAD. The naming is a bit confusing as there are a few other designs called the Loving Heart Pendant as well. There are several different designs all with the name of Loving Heart on Tiffany’s website. I believe Loving Heart refers to the singular heart design that is trade marked by Paloma Picasso.
Tiffany & Co Paloma Picasso Loving Heart Meaning
For me, this pendant has three elements: heart, clover and diamond. The heart symbolizes love, clover symbolizes luck, and diamond symbolizes the best.
It’s simple enough to wear every day but I do find it looks elegant as well. I also love to wear it over top of turtlenecks and layered with other longer silver jewelry. The necklace came with a 18″ chain and it hangs right around the first rib.
Tiffany & Co Value
I know many people may think Tiffany & Co is overpriced, but I do find their designs to be really unique. Additionally, they do not skimp out on materials. For example, if you turn this necklace around, you’ll see that the silver goes all the way through and is solid. If you buy your necklace at jewelry stores in the mall, I find that often, it will be a hollow design so they can save on the materials cost. Lastly, Tiffany’s offers free cleaning for silver jewelry now so that is a huge bonus for me that allows me to take care of my jewelry.
It is a huge jump in price for any non-silver pieces at Tiffany’s though. But there is a huge range of silver designs that are unique, dainty, and easily wearable for every day. The silver pieces are priced between $200-$500. It is still expensive but reasonable enough for an amazing gift.