Men’s Modern Jewellery Styling
Direct and uncomplicated—that’s our design ethos for men’s jewellery. Our collection expresses an easy elegance, the result of unequaled craftsmanship and the finest materials.
I.D. bracelets originated as part of the serviceman’s uniform during WWII. Eventually, fashion borrowed the accessory, transforming it from a practical item to a prized sartorial object. Today, I.D. bracelets remain a meaningful canvas for modern personalisation. They hold history and memories and only get better when marked by time. Tiffany I.D. bracelets are crafted with attention to every detail: chain style, weight, metal finish and even the contour of the plate against your wrist. Engrave a monogram or special date for a modern heirloom in the making. The only rule: I.D. bracelets are classically worn on your dominant hand, opposite your watch hand, to create balance.
I.D. tags, known as “dog tags” in army parlance, were a practical military accessory that fashion later adopted as a form of identity and self-expression. I.D. tag necklaces exude a laid-back confidence, effortlessly at home with a white T-shirt or hidden underneath a button-down. The Tiffany 1837™ Makers collection of I.D. tag pendants celebrates the character achieved when accessories are expertly crafted. These new I.D. tags feature the 1837 Makers stamp, a hallmark of this collection that identifies the artisans at work. These subtle, unexpected nuances add to the jewellery’s individuality, giving it a look and a feel like you’ve had it forever. Explore the Tiffany 1837™ Makers I.D. tag pendants in new shapes and metal finishes.
Historically, signet rings have displayed family crests and monograms, and doubled as a seal for correspondence. Men often wore them on the pinky or ring finger. Today’s signet rings still act as a modern signature and are proudly passed between generations. Showcase your own personal engraving on the flat surface, from your initials (or those of someone special) to symbols and dates. Though the pinky finger is traditional, today’s new rules say your signet ring belongs on any finger.