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In 1837, Charles Lewis Tiffany arrived in New York with a vision of spectacular beauty that went on to redefine glamour and style around the world.
Tiffany has broken ground time and again with a brilliant legacy of exceptional designs.
Over the years, Tiffany & Co. has introduced the world to diamonds of breathtaking brilliance and a marvelous selection of previously unknown colored gemstones.
Initially published in 1845, the Tiffany Blue Book, a collection of extraordinary jewelry, was the first mail-order catalogue in the U.S.
The famous Fifth Avenue flagship store dazzles and delights passersby with windows of bejeweled theater.
For over 170 years, Tiffany has been part of America’s important moments.
Tiffany trophies honor the highest achievements in sports. Athletes have been competing for these symbols of excellence for over 100 years.
Tiffany has often been called upon to create some very surprising designs.
Tiffany’s RUBEDO® metal honored the company’s 175th anniversary.