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Concrete and Tiffany's

Frank Gehry uses concrete in two new pieces

Frank Gehry uses concrete in two new pieces for Tiffany. (Undated) Photo Credit: Handout

 You think Tiffany and you think diamonds, right? Fabulous baubles, right? Emeralds, rubies, pearls, even breakfast?

 But concrete?

And yet, that’s exactly the material architect Frank Gehry has appropriated for his latest pieces for the jeweler. He’s used it in a fab bangle and a ring, both in his popular Torque design  --  bold, very modern, and, yes, quite lovely.

The light gray concrete pieces are backed with ridged sterling silver; the bracelet is $1,350, the ring, $375, both at Tiffany & Co., The Americana Manhasset and tiffany.com.

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