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Unlocking The Meaning Behind Tiffany Key Pendants

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Danielle Gumina
Handbag aficionado: Award-winning handbag designer, content lover, and trend spotter

Demand for Tiffany is surely on the rise, with its chain necklaces and heart pendants bringing back a taste of 2000s nostalgia. Not to mention, the value for popular Tiffany pieces are increasing too. The revival of this beloved brand makes it a great time to invest.  

In the case of Tiffany, its key pendants carry a lot of meaning. They’re not only beautiful, but crafted to elude a sense of independence, confidence, and power. Each piece is truly an icon of self-expression and hope for the future. With so many styles to choose from, let’s take a look at what these keys mean and why you should get a Tiffany Key for yourself to celebrate personal milestones, or as a holiday gift for the luxe lover in your life.

 

About The Tiffany Key Collection

The Tiffany Key Collection launched in 2009. The Keys were inspired by archived vintage Tiffany keys, with “the oldest dating back to the 1880s.” The key message, if you will, is to boldly embody the key to your heart. 

Similar in the way that Cartier LOVE bracelets are a symbol of locking in love, Tiffany Keys symbolize a promise of love and carrying that close to your heart. In some cultures, keys are regarded as good luck, a tool that can unlock all your wishes, an expression of commitment, or a magnet for attracting love and all the finer things in life. 

To no surprise fine jewelry brands, still to this day, aim to embody the very definition of love with its pieces designed to be worn and cherished for years, ultimately held in high regard. A Tiffany Key no doubt makes a sound investment and a sentimental gift. The novel hype around Tiffany is to be expected thanks to all our favorite celebrities helping make Tiffany cool again

 

How To Wear Tiffany Keys

Wear them on their own or layer them! This is about expressing yourself in the most ultra-luxury way possible. We can’t think of a better way to do so than with a Tiffany Key. Keep reading to learn more about popular Tiffany Key motifs. 

Popular Tiffany Key Motifs

The Tiffany Key Collection includes many different motifs. The most popular? The Fleur de Lis, the Crown Keys, and Heart Keys.  

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The Fleur de Lis Key
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The Crown Key
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The Heart Key
The Fleur de Lis Key

The Fleur de Lis translates to “flower of the lily” in French. This symbol has been used throughout history to connote purity, light, and life. It’s also seen throughout royal and religious emblems, as well as family crests. The fleur de lis symbol is an iconic motif and makes a great design for a key pendant, of course. 

 

The Crown Key

The Crown Key closely resembles the Fleur de Lis Key, but contains more rounded and uniform motifs. The Crown Key is symbolic of a bright future, perfect for that special someone celebrating a birthday or major life achievement such as a graduation.   

 

The Heart Key

The Heart Key, arguably the most iconic for Tiffany, is popular because it marries the meaning behind keys with the ultimate symbol of Tiffany, the heart. The Tiffany open heart as we know it today was brought to fruition by legendary jewelry designer, Elsa Peretti. 

Tiffany Key Metals

The Tiffany Key Collection comes in platinum, 18K rose gold, 18K white gold, 18K yellow gold, and sterling silver. Added embellishments include precious stones like rubies, tsavorite, and diamonds, of course.

 

A word on value: Tiffany is officially back and only becoming more valuable. Safe to say, it’s a worthy investment for both your jewelry collection and your relationship. Shop all Tiffany fine jewelry at FASHIONPHILE.

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