Tiffany designer Paloma Picasso is universally acclaimed for her bold jewelry designs. Her eye for color is brilliant and her sumptuous pieces have a strong, dynamic presence.
Charm in sterling silver with red and green enamel finish. On a chain. Charm and chain sold separately. Original designs copyrighted by Paloma Picasso.
Tiffany is committed to doing its part to address the crises of global warming by focusing on energy conservation. To that end, in 2007 Tiffany signed on to the United States Environmental Protection Agency’s Climate Leaders program, an industry-governmental partnership that works to develop comprehensive climate change strategies. As part of the Climate Leaders program, Tiffany & Co. has pledged to reduce U.S. GHG emissions by 10 percent per square foot by 2011. Tiffany & Co. is committed to understanding and reducing our impact on the environment by completing a U.S. inventory of our greenhouse gas emissions, setting aggressive reduction goals and annually reporting our progress.
In 2006 we installed two very large solar power systems in our distribution facilities in New Jersey to help offset carbon fuel-generated power and contribute to the electricity needs of the facilities.
Since 2006, Tiffany has been a responding company to the Carbon Disclosure Project(CDP), which gathers information on the business risks and opportunities presented by climate change as well as greenhouse gas emissions data from the world’s largest companies. The CDP has become the leading standard for carbon disclosure methodology and process and its Web site is the largest repository of corporate greenhouse gas emissions data in the world.
Inspired by the lemons growing in the backyard of Paloma’s home in Marrakesh. Charm in sterling silver with yellow enamel finish. On a chain. Charm and chain sold separately. Original designs copyrighted by Paloma Picasso.
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