Gift ideas for women: Tiffany jewelry that captures the spirit of Christmas

Tiffany is famous for its Christmas windows, and this year the Tiffany boutique on Bond Street has taken inspiration from New York with displays depicting stylishly festive scenes in the Big Apple, including ice skating in front of the Rockefeller Center.

At Tiffany's Old Bond Street store, the festive windows are filled with enchanting illustrations depicting cosy Christmas scenes, from ice skaters at New York's Rockefeller Center to a couple gazing at the diamond rings in the window of Tiffany's flagship Fifth Avenue boutique. Each picture features the famous Tiffany Blue Box as well as iconic pieces from the jeweler's collections, including the Atlas range and the new Tiffany T collection.

The festive magic doesn't stop at the windows, however. Inside the Old Bond Street store there is a dedicated Tiffany Christmas Shop filled with myriad jewels that will inspire you with gift ideas. The excitement of opening a Tiffany Blue Box on Christmas morning is not to be underestimated, and you don't just have take our word for it. A survey carried out by media agency Cream last year showed that Tiffany jewelry is the most coveted Christmas gift among style-savvy women.

Even if you're not planning a Christmas proposal, a Tiffany diamond ring will keep the sparkle going long after the festive lights have been packed away. A ring is the perfect way to celebrate your love, and there are plenty of designs to choose from. We love this platinum Celebration ring from the Tiffany Jazz collection with three rows of round brilliant diamonds. Or why not plump for a fashionable pop of color with a blue topaz Sugar Stacks ring, designed by the exuberant Paloma Picasso, who has been collaborating with Tiffany for more than 30 years.

The name Elsa Peretti has been synonymous with Tiffany & Co. for over four decades, and a piece from this collection is the perfect introduction to the iconic American jewelry brand. Unusual and eye-catching, the Elsa Peretti Bottle necklace was one of her first designs for Tiffany. Crafted from yellow gold, it comes with a removeable lapis lazuli bottle stopper. The Elsa Peretti for Tiffany snake necklace is a sleek and sculptural jewel inspired by the tail of a rattlesnake, which in some cultures is considered a good luck charm.

For a Christmas gift that will make her heart melt there is the romantic Tiffany Enchant Heart Pendant. Available in two sizes, set with either 0.33 or 0.06ct of round brilliant diamonds on heart-shaped swirls, it is a glittering token of your love.

Fresh and fashionable perfectly describes the new Tiffany T collection. Unapologetically bold and modern, the Tiffany T necklaces, bracelets, cuffs and rings have a minimalist aesthetic inspired by the skyline of New York City.

The pieces come in rose, yellow and white gold as well as sterling silver with a distinctive T motif running through the entire collection. The mix-and-match combinations are virtually endless so, if you're feeling generous this year, remember that the only thing that beats finding a Tiffany Blue Box under the tree is the joyful realization that there are two of them.

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