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History of Tiffany       andInteresting Facts
Founded in 1837 by Charles LewisTiffany and Teddy Young  In 1953 Charles Tiffany bought outother partners and renamed comp...
Since 1845 companyconcentrated on real jewellery     and fine silverware          www.eyeinform.com
Tiffany & Co Silver Tray , 1878Sold on Christy’s in 2011 for $302,500            www.eyeinform.com
Tiffany & Co Silver Centerpiece, 1880Sold on Christy’s in 2011 for $122,500        www.eyeinform.com
Tiffany & Co Silver Water Pitcher, 1880 Sold on Christy’s in 2012 for $86,500           www.eyeinform.com
Since 1880 Tiffany & Co. Is selling      decorative watchesby Patek Philippe, Swiss watch maker            www.eyeinform.com
In 1978 company was sold to Avon Products Inc.In 1984 Avon sold company to an investor groupIn 1987 Tiffany & Co went publ...
In 1945 first “Blue Book”, a brand catalogue was publishedfor the first time Today Blue Book is mailed to over 15 million ...
Current flagship store at Fifth Avenue   and 57th Street in Manhattan has opened   in 1940    It was famously depicted in ...
Tiffany produces 60% of all its products   Production facilities are located at  Mount Vernon, New York, Cumberland,  Rhod...
The most famous Tiffany Diamond    Simply known as Tiffany Diamond    128 carats    Valued at $20 million    Today can be ...
Signature Tiffany & Co. item  is of course, the ultimate       engagement ring       www.eyeinform.com
The most expensive Tiffany rings          www.eyeinform.com
Diamond Solitaire RingRing with yellow diamond               24.76 carats12.02 carats                           Sold for $...
Celebrities love Tiffany rings         www.eyeinform.com
Famous Tiffany Designers1950s                                          1970s Elsa PerettiJean Schlumberger                ...
Tiffany is innovative            • In 2012 Tiffany invented a              new metal            • RUBEDO, an alloy of silv...
Signature Tiffany Elements                                  Hearts                          Locks            KeysStars    ...
Tiffany Sunglasses                  Introduced in 2005                   Decorated with major Tiffany                 sign...
Tiffany Glasses www.eyeinform.com
Thank you for watchingPlease share on Facebook and Twitter if you             liked this presentation                www.e...
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History and interesting facts about Tiffany & Co. the most famous American jewelry maker.

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Tiffany presentation

  1. 1. History of Tiffany andInteresting Facts
  2. 2. Founded in 1837 by Charles LewisTiffany and Teddy Young In 1953 Charles Tiffany bought outother partners and renamed companyto Tiffany& Co. First products were “fancy goods”such as costume jewellerywww.eyeinform.com
  3. 3. Since 1845 companyconcentrated on real jewellery and fine silverware www.eyeinform.com
  4. 4. Tiffany & Co Silver Tray , 1878Sold on Christy’s in 2011 for $302,500 www.eyeinform.com
  5. 5. Tiffany & Co Silver Centerpiece, 1880Sold on Christy’s in 2011 for $122,500 www.eyeinform.com
  6. 6. Tiffany & Co Silver Water Pitcher, 1880 Sold on Christy’s in 2012 for $86,500 www.eyeinform.com
  7. 7. Since 1880 Tiffany & Co. Is selling decorative watchesby Patek Philippe, Swiss watch maker www.eyeinform.com
  8. 8. In 1978 company was sold to Avon Products Inc.In 1984 Avon sold company to an investor groupIn 1987 Tiffany & Co went public. It is traded at NYSE as TIF www.eyeinform.com
  9. 9. In 1945 first “Blue Book”, a brand catalogue was publishedfor the first time Today Blue Book is mailed to over 15 million subscribers www.eyeinform.com
  10. 10. Current flagship store at Fifth Avenue and 57th Street in Manhattan has opened in 1940 It was famously depicted in a film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” starring Audrey Hepburn in 1961www.eyeinform.com
  11. 11. Tiffany produces 60% of all its products Production facilities are located at Mount Vernon, New York, Cumberland, Rhode Island, Lexington, Kentucky and New Jerseywww.eyeinform.com
  12. 12. The most famous Tiffany Diamond Simply known as Tiffany Diamond 128 carats Valued at $20 million Today can be seen in flagship Tiffany storewww.eyeinform.com
  13. 13. Signature Tiffany & Co. item is of course, the ultimate engagement ring www.eyeinform.com
  14. 14. The most expensive Tiffany rings www.eyeinform.com
  15. 15. Diamond Solitaire RingRing with yellow diamond 24.76 carats12.02 carats Sold for $757,000Sold for $1.5 million Sapphire RingCircular Diamond Ring 10.02 carats8.23 carats Sold for $729,549Sold for $962,500 www.eyeinform.com
  16. 16. Celebrities love Tiffany rings www.eyeinform.com
  17. 17. Famous Tiffany Designers1950s 1970s Elsa PerettiJean Schlumberger 1980s Paloma Picasso www.eyeinform.com
  18. 18. Tiffany is innovative • In 2012 Tiffany invented a new metal • RUBEDO, an alloy of silver, gold and copper with a golden-pink sheen • Exact metal content is kept secret • RUBEDO is the Latin word for “redness” www.eyeinform.com
  19. 19. Signature Tiffany Elements Hearts Locks KeysStars www.eyeinform.com
  20. 20. Tiffany Sunglasses Introduced in 2005 Decorated with major Tiffany signature elements Contain real gold and diamonds Priced between $200 and $1500 Are made in Italy www.eyeinform.com
  21. 21. Tiffany Glasses www.eyeinform.com
  22. 22. Thank you for watchingPlease share on Facebook and Twitter if you liked this presentation www.eyeinform.com

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