BEIJING — The famed Tiffany Diamond made its China entrance on Friday, going on display in a country hungry for diamonds and eager to explore the company’s long-standing tradition of jewelry.
Before a preview of the exhibit, which features the 128.54-carat yellow Tiffany Diamond and dozens of other signature pieces, Michael Kowalski, the company’s chairman and chief executive officer, discussed the importance of China’s burgeoning diamond and luxury market to Tiffany’s growth plans going forward.
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