What Makes Tiffany Special?

Tiffany is an American retailer of fine jewelry. The company also sells other luxury goods like china, diamonds, watches, leather, perfumes and many others lavish products for the elite.

History of Tiffany

Tiffany was founded in 1837 by Charles Lewis Tiffany and his partner, John B. Young. Initially, the company was called “Tiffany, Young and Ellis”. Ever since the beginning, the store sold what the owners then called “fancy goods.” From 1853, Tiffany expanded to formidable lengths, having opened stores in all corners of the world and becoming a synonym for luxury. You’ve probably heard of Tiffany before, but didn’t know what it was. The company does not produce all the luxury goods it sells, even though many people think it does. About 60% of the products are manufactured in its facilities. The rest of the jewelry is ordered from 3rd party European companies.

Rarity & Exclusivity of Tiffany

Tiffany rings, for example, can cost a fortune. There is really nothing special about the brand besides the fact that it sells luxury products. Throughout the years, the company built a reputation for itself. As it is the case with many luxury brands, Tiffany spent tons of money to build it. Accordingly, it has its own identity and it can be inter-charged with “extravagance.” The products, too, are made with materials of the best quality. It’s safe to say that some of the brand’s fame can be attributed to the well-known movie “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” starring the gorgeous and talented Audrey Hepburn.