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Tiffany & Co.


High Jewelery since 1837‎



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Tiffany & Co. was founded by Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B. Young in Manhattan in 1837, and it still stands for being a cutting-edge design house in the creation of innovative jewelry.



Very rare pieces made with excellent craftsmanship.



For more than 180 years, Tiffany & Co. has been synonymous with luxury and style.



Few American companies have such an illustrious history. It begins with a founder’s vision of beauty that was brought to life through unassailable standards of excellence.



As awards and accolades accrued, Mr. Tiffany led his company’s growth from a New York City legend to a jeweler of international renown. Today has differentiated its strategy also producing accessories of inestimable value and rare beauty.



Today has differentiated its strategy also producing accessories of inestimable value and rare beauty.



Thanks to the passion of Charles Lewis Tiffany for precious and rare stones, the company has a long tradition in the discovery and exploration of these wonders.



The diamonds and colored stones, discovered by the founder, have played a primary role in consolidating the company's reputation as an internationally renowned jewelry house.



The diamonds and colored stones, discovered by the founder, have played a primary role in consolidating the company's reputation as an internationally renowned jewelry house.



For over 180 years each stone is set in handmade jewelry with exceptional skill.



However, some of the company’s jewels, have acquired an extraordinary reputation.



In 1887 Mr Tiffany presented the Tiffany Diamond, a 287.42 carat diamond.



That attracts visitors from all over the world to the New York flagship store, where it is still on display.



Moreover, in 1886, Mr Tiffany introduced the Tiffany Setting, the famous engagement ring.



With an impeccable design, according to which the diamond seems to be suspended on an invisible frame.



This ring has played a fundamental role in the greatest love stories.



With an impeccable design, according to which the diamond seems to be suspended on an invisible frame, this ring has played a fundamental role in the greatest love stories.



Over the years, the elegance and style of the company have inspired international stars who have worn its creations on several occasions.



On the last night of the Oscar, Lady Gaga wore a $ 30 million diamond as a tribute to Audrey Hepburn.


Breakfast at Tiffany's and The Legend of Audrey Hepburn



Breakfast at Tiffany's is the film that has consecrated the story of Audrey Hepburn and her entire career: the film is based on the novel of the same name written by Truman Capote published in 1958. However, the script of the film follows little from the book and if stands by following the directions of screenwriter George Axelrod.



The film was released in 1961, directed by Blake Edwards with Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard as the main protagonists, and on November 9th 2011 it was returned to the fans in a special screening in fully restored cinemas.


Products Tiffany & Co.

Tiffany & Co.


High Jewelery since 1837‎



Identity



Tiffany & Co. was founded by Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B. Young in Manhattan in 1837, and it still stands for being a cutting-edge design house in the creation of innovative jewelry.



Very rare pieces made with excellent craftsmanship.



For more than 180 years, Tiffany & Co. has been synonymous with luxury and style.



Few American companies have such an illustrious history. It begins with a founder’s vision of beauty that was brought to life through unassailable standards of excellence.



As awards and accolades accrued, Mr. Tiffany led his company’s growth from a New York City legend to a jeweler of international renown. Today has differentiated its strategy also producing accessories of inestimable value and rare beauty.



Today has differentiated its strategy also producing accessories of inestimable value and rare beauty.



Thanks to the passion of Charles Lewis Tiffany for precious and rare stones, the company has a long tradition in the discovery and exploration of these wonders.



The diamonds and colored stones, discovered by the founder, have played a primary role in consolidating the company's reputation as an internationally renowned jewelry house.



The diamonds and colored stones, discovered by the founder, have played a primary role in consolidating the company's reputation as an internationally renowned jewelry house.



For over 180 years each stone is set in handmade jewelry with exceptional skill.



However, some of the company’s jewels, have acquired an extraordinary reputation.



In 1887 Mr Tiffany presented the Tiffany Diamond, a 287.42 carat diamond.



That attracts visitors from all over the world to the New York flagship store, where it is still on display.



Moreover, in 1886, Mr Tiffany introduced the Tiffany Setting, the famous engagement ring.



With an impeccable design, according to which the diamond seems to be suspended on an invisible frame.



This ring has played a fundamental role in the greatest love stories.



With an impeccable design, according to which the diamond seems to be suspended on an invisible frame, this ring has played a fundamental role in the greatest love stories.



Over the years, the elegance and style of the company have inspired international stars who have worn its creations on several occasions.



On the last night of the Oscar, Lady Gaga wore a $ 30 million diamond as a tribute to Audrey Hepburn.


Breakfast at Tiffany's and The Legend of Audrey Hepburn



Breakfast at Tiffany's is the film that has consecrated the story of Audrey Hepburn and her entire career: the film is based on the novel of the same name written by Truman Capote published in 1958. However, the script of the film follows little from the book and if stands by following the directions of screenwriter George Axelrod.



The film was released in 1961, directed by Blake Edwards with Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard as the main protagonists, and on November 9th 2011 it was returned to the fans in a special screening in fully restored cinemas.


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