Behind The Brand! The Tiffany&Co Story.

Tiffany & Co

Tiffany & Co are one of the worlds best know designer brands. Famous for it’s variety of over ten beautiful collections ranging from Tiffany Keys, to Tiffany Celebration Rings. When it comes to this brand your sure not to be disappointed.


 History And Heritage Of Tiffany&Co

The renowned brand was first founded by Mr Charles Lewis Tiffany who had the audacity to do things that others often did not have the courage to do, With out the works of the courageousness of Mr Tiffany the world may never have seen a brand quite as unique as this one.

In 1837 at the young age of just twenty-five Mr Tiffany opened his first store in the vast city of New York.

By 1886 the company had become the first in America to establish the 925/1000 sterling silver standard scheme, later adopted by the united states. Charles Tiffany introduced the setting Diamond engagement ring, that are now honored world-wide for the superlative brilliance, there are five iconic styles available exclusively at Tiffany, over one hundred years of rings symbolizing the expression of love. After many years of running a successful business Charles Lewis Tiffany made a purchase of a 287 carat yellow diamond cut to over 123.54 carats this is known as the Tiffany diamond. According to Tiffany there spectacular diamond engagement rings are hand crafted, hand cut and polished. Every Tiffany diamond is cut and polished in the Tiffany studios ensuring the highest standards of environmental and social impact. Tiffany rejects 99.96% of the global gem-grade diamonds, Each diamond is cut with the most exacting proportions to create a superior and striking diamond-shaped ring, Tiffany’s legendary engagement rings are hand crafted by skilled artisans, each ring can take up to a year to complete.

The Little Blue Box 

Tiffany’s pride themselves on every aspect of their brand therefore the perfect packaging is not exempt. Whether you regularly purchase Tiffany&Co or you are just one of their admirers of the New York Jewelry company you will have noticed the Tiffany Blue gift box’s, Tiffany Blue is the colloquial name for alight medium robin egg blue colour.

My Personal Experience Of This Brand

Growing up I always have always had immense admiration for the  world-famous Tiffany&Co company,  So when recently I was gifted a beautiful necklace from the notoriously popular brand needles to say I was beyond pleasantly surprised. Before opening my gift It was clear to me that this was no ordinary present as the Tiffany Blue bag was an instant give away, Reaching in to this smart yet dainty Blue box wrapped in a white ribbon my heart sank as excitement washed over me.

On opening the small Blue box I was met with a tiny blue bag made with soft material I pulled open the string bag and out popes a beautiful silver chain with a medium heart shaped pendent dangling from the end of it. I held the necklace in my hand I couldn’t take my eyes off of the polished pendent with the words “Please Return To Tiffany&Co New York 925” running on the face of it. Since receiving this magnificent gift I have worn it several times and each time I where it there’s always someone who makes a kind complement.

In the last 130 years Tiffany&Co has changed in so many ways from developing new collections, to becoming the worlds premier jeweler and Americas house of design. Today the company has more than 300 Tiffany&Co stores serving customers from around the world.

Tiffany&Co Collections

Out Of Retirement,  Tiffany T, The Atlas Collection, Return To Tiffany, Tiffany Infinity, Tiffany 1837, Tiffany Enchant, Ziegfeld Collection, Tiffany Keys, Tiffany Celebration Rings, Tiffany Metro, Tiffany Victoria, Tiffany Bow, Tiffany Yellow Diamonds, Elsa Peretti, Paloma Picasso, Tiffany&Co. Schlumberger.

Writin And Researched By Me Angelica Lee

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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