Tiffany & Co.: 175th Anniversary, luxury jewellers Tiffany & Co. is unrivalled in popularity and still radiates the same sparkle, style and beauty after 175 years.
A wise man knows that his jewellery responsibilities do not begin and end with an engagement and a wedding ring. When means allow, milestones, anniversaries and celebrations are perfect opportunities to spoil your loved one. And of course, when a gift comes wrapped in Tiffany Blue, the recipient knows she is in for a rare treat.
Tiffany & Co. has been the premier jewellers in America since 1837. They now have over 200 stores in 22 countries and their Tiffany Blue Box has become an international symbol of style and sophistication. Tiffany & Co. make a range of accessories and gifts as well, but it is still their fine jewels, which lead the way.
Throughout the years, Tiffany & Co. creations have included the work of award-winning designers Frank Gehry, Elsa Peretti, Paloma Picasso and Jean Schlumberger. Sparkling examples of their work has been proudly worn by many celebrities from icons Jacqueline Kennedy and Elizabeth Taylor to modern style-leaders such as Emma Stone and Anne Hathaway.
2012 marks Tiffany’s 175th anniversary.
Tiffany 1837 ring and bracelets
The Tiffany 1837 ring and bracelets in sterling silver are from an original collection inscribed with Tiffany & Co.’s founding year and hallmark. The iconic Tiffany 1837 collection turns a legacy of craftsmanship and design into an elegant motif that accents a range of contemporary jewellery and accessories for men and women that honours the company’s great heritage.
Tiffany opal and gemstone earrings
These earrings practically glow with beauty as blue sapphires and green tourmalines surround 40.29 carat opals to enhance the play of colour in this simple yet striking setting.
Tiffany hearts lockets
A simple symbol of love, these heart lockets of sterling silver share the ‘I Love You’ inscription or sparkle with diamonds at the locket’s centre, $400 and $625.
Tiffany tanzanite earrings
Two smooth tanzanite drops totalling 81.56 carats combine with a lattice-like diamond top comprised of 224 round diamonds totalling 0.6 carats. The rare gem tanzanite was first introduced to the jewellery market in 1968 by Tiffany & Co.
Tiffany has set the standard in watch making for over 150 years with peerless designs that complement pedigree Swiss mechanics. These stylish designs are perfect for everyday wear; stainless steel watch with a blue face, $3,100 and stainless steel and diamond watch with a white face $5,700.