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Tiffany and Co. Archive

Founded in 1837 by Charles Lewis Tiffany and Teddy Young, Tiffany & Co. is one of the oldest and most important jewelers in America. Immortalized in film and famous worldwide, even the company’s signature color, which derives from the “Blue Book” catalog the company first published in 1845, is better known as Tiffany’s Blue than its proper name, robin’s egg. Having formed collaborations before collaborations were de riguer (with Andy Warhol, Elsa Peretti, Frank Gehry, and Paloma Picasso, no less), Tiffany’s has a keenly honed ability to stay modern without ever losing the traditional principles that have made it the monolithic success it is today.

Photo: Courtesy of Tiffany and Co.

Tiffany and Co. Archive

Founded in 1837 by Charles Lewis Tiffany and Teddy Young, Tiffany & Co. is one of the oldest and most important jewelers in America. Immortalized in film and famous worldwide, even the company’s signature color, which derives from the “Blue Book” catalog the company first published in 1845, is better known as Tiffany’s Blue than its proper name, robin’s egg. Having formed collaborations before collaborations were de riguer (with Andy Warhol, Elsa Peretti, Frank Gehry, and Paloma Picasso, no less), Tiffany’s has a keenly honed ability to stay modern without ever losing the traditional principles that have made it the monolithic success it is today.

Photo: Courtesy of Tiffany and Co.

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