Tiffany Jewelry of Classic American-style

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Charles Lewis Tiffany was son of a miller in Connecticut, USA. He came to
Broadway in New York in 1837 and opened a humble little shop selling business
stationery and textiles and then the jewelry. Years later, the humble small shop
had changed into a luxury jewelry store, Tiffany Jewelry Company. Tiffany is
comparable to the European jewelry company Cartier with a better reputation in
the world.

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Tiffany Jewelry of Classic American-style

  1. 1. Amazing Fashion Organizationhttp://www.amazing-fashion.orgTiffany Jewelry of Classic American-style[Tiffany Jewelry, King of Diamond, Tiffany Designer]Charles Lewis Tiffany was son of a miller in Connecticut, USA. He came toBroadway in New York in 1837 and opened a humble little shop selling businessstationery and textiles and then the jewelry. Years later, the humble small shophad changed into a luxury jewelry store, Tiffany Jewelry Company. Tiffany iscomparable to the European jewelry company Cartier with a better reputation inthe world. Till the end of the nineteenth century, Tiffanys customers included theBritish Queen Victoria, King of Italy, many famous millionaires from Denmark,Belgium, Greece and the United States. Charles won the crown of "King ofDiamonds".Charles Tiffany is indeed a talented businessman. When he learned the newsthat one the Atlantic telegraph cables of American was deeded to be replaceddue to damage, he decided to buy it. When people were amazed and did notknow what he wanted to do with a broken cable, he had been in Tiffany storesand cut the cable into 2-inch-long pieces as a historical souvenir for sale, so hemade a lot of money. On another occasion, he bought Eugenie Queens rarebright yellow diamond, but he did not sell it in a hurry. Instead, he held anexhibition in New York, and people around the world flocked to see it, from whichhe earned billions of dollars. page 1 / 5
  2. 2. Amazing Fashion Organizationhttp://www.amazing-fashion.orgLouis Comfort Tiffany, son of Charles Tiffany was born in 1848. Although he wasnot as good as his father at sales strategy, he was also very creative. Tiffanysjewelry design craft has been carried forward by him. After his study in Paris, hebecame a decorative glass and lamp designer. He was famous for its stainedglass and lamp design. And Tiffany had become so outstanding in the UnitedStates.The famous logo, a beam of the blue box with white ribbon, was designed shortlyafter Tiffany was founded. At the turn of nineteenth and twentieth century, Tiffanyused silver stainless steel jewelry box instead of gold for the first time. page 2 / 5
  3. 3. Amazing Fashion Organizationhttp://www.amazing-fashion.orgIn 1961, Audrey Hepburn acted as Holly Golightly in the movie "Breakfast atTiffanys”. There was a scene in Tiffany store on Fifth Avenue where HollyGolightly had her breakfast and said, “eat breakfast there will not beunpleasant.” After the movie was released, Tiffany store became more and morefamous around the world. And many people went to have breakfast there.In the 1950s, Tiffany invited the famous Paris jewelry designer JeanSchlumberger to design for Tiffany. In 1974, the artist Po Leidi began to designfor Tiffany jewelry. Inspired from the bones, beans and other natural items, shedesigned a beautiful outstanding necklace. As Elsa said, “I design an item, I willfind out its essence.” This is the charm of their works. The heart-shapednecklace she designed sold for up to 20 years. page 3 / 5
  4. 4. Amazing Fashion Organizationhttp://www.amazing-fashion.orgIn 1981, Paloma Picasso became the Tiffany designer. She was committed todemystify the design and her jewelry style is very simple: free cross, seeminglycasual squiggles.Tiffany jewelry has become a symbol of status and wealth for years, but LuisComfort Tiffany had ever said that we rely on the art of making money, but theartistic value lasts forever. page 4 / 5
  5. 5. Amazing Fashion Organization http://www.amazing-fashion.org Gucci Belt page 5 / 5Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)

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