- Tiffany & Co. Streamerica Collection
- 18K White Gold.
- Produced 2000.
- Retail Price $1,600 US dollars.
Tiffany & Co.’s Streamerica in 18k is inspired by the 1930’s Streamlined Design. Proud structured metal surfaces with clean and slick lines. A design motif that is pure Tiffany and simply beautiful. This line of men’s jewelry was also made in eighteen karat white gold like the women’s, but replaced the diamonds with rivets. These Cufflinks were released in 2000.
The pieces in the men’s gold streamerica line are distinguished by the lack of diamonds, with rivets in their place, like in the stainless steel original line. The men’s collection consists of:
• Wide Band Wedding Ring
• Link Bracelet
• Shirt Studs
A great and clean addition to the men’s jewelry line, a great wedding day gift. The other cufflinks made in this line were made out of stainless steel and they were round shaped.
Each piece in the Streamerica line is designed to complement each other to form a cohesive statement in eighteen karat gold.
Until recently some of these pieces were still available at http://www.tiffany.com
Here is a sampling of some of the printed pieces, advertisements, catalogs and website screenshots that show the pendant necklace with original retail prices.
Internet WepPage snapshot from Tiffany.com shows the increased price of the ring from its $1,300 retail price of 2000.
Below is a photo of a cufflink I came accross in Feb 2018 on ebay, that has the same design as the 18K gold cufflinks but was stamped .925 (Sterling Silver). If anyone has ever come accross these sterling in a Tiffany Store or seen them in a catalog?