Real vs. Steal – Tiffany & Co. Atlas Hinged Bangle

by Irina on February 24, 2015

Update: This post has been updated on February 24, 2015. Scroll down to see the new add.

A few of our readers mailed us and asked for more jewelry to be featured here on this blog. Now while jewelry is admittedly not my strongest forte when it comes to finding steals, I will do my best to keep our readers satisfied. And what better way to start than with Tiffany & Co. jewelry? Introduced in 1995, the Atlas collection is named for the mythic Greek god who holds aloft an enormous globe. Created by John Loring, Tiffany design director emeritus, the Atlas collection explores the raised Roman numerals of its archetype, the Atlas watch. The collection encompasses necklaces, pendants and earrings to bangles and rings in 18 karat yellow, rose or white gold and sterling silver with diamonds. In this post we focus on the Atlas hinged bangle. The 18k gold version comes in at a whopping $7k – ouch!

Tiffany & Co. Atlas Hinged Bangle in 18k gold

Tiffany & Co. Atlas Hinged Bangle
($7.00, Tiffany & Co.)

P.S.: Also available at Vestiaire Collective & The RealReal.

Style Bloggers Love Tiffany & Co.

Various style and fashion bloggers such as Jessica from Tuula, Chiara Ferragni from The Blonde Salad and Aimee Song from Song of Style have all been spotted wearing the Tiffany & Co. Atlas Hinged Bangle.

Jessica (Tuula), Chiara (The Blonde Salad) and Aimee (Song of Style) wearing a Tiffany & Co. Atlas Hinged Bangle

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GoJane Roman Numeral Segmented Bracelet

Update (02/24/2015): Found another great and affordable Tiffany & Co. Atlas bracelet dupe at GoJane. Available in either gold- or silvertone for only $16.40!

GoJane Roman Numeral Segmented Bracelet in gold and silver (Tiffany & Co. Atlas knockoff)

GoJane Roman Numeral Segmented Bracelet
($16.40, GoJane)

Zenzii Roman Bangle

Luckily, you don’t have to rob a bank to get a similar look. These Roman bangles by Zenzii are a great alternative if you’re after the coveted Atlas bracelet. It’s not a total match because the Zenzii bangles feature more Roman numerals than the real deal, but it’s still a great look for less which will cost you only $28.95 instead of $7.000. Now that’s what I call a real steal!

Zenzii Roman Bangle in gold and silver (Tiffany & Co. Atlas knockoffs)

Zenzii Roman Bangleamazon
($28.95, Amazon)

Image source(s): Tiffany & Co., Tuula, The Blonde Salad, Song of Style, Lori’s

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