About Tiffany & Co. Jewelry
Posted by charmslife on May 9th, 2014
This world famous New York City store sells high-quality fake tiffany jewelry, china and crystal. While many items might cause sticker-shock, there are also a selection of less expensive items (key chains, money clips, etc.) that may make good great New York City souvenirs, but are not the highly sought after Replica Tiffany Bracelets, Replica Tiffany Rings, Replica Tiffany Earrings, Replica Tiffany Necklaces and other replica tiffany jewelry. Even if you can't afford to make a purchase, you can make like Holly Golightly from "Breakfast at Tiffany" and window shop. This is an excellent store for browsing, with so many of the goods in glass displays throughout the store.
Tiffany and Co. was first opened in 1837 (Named Tiffany & Young), in New York where its first day of business pulled in $4.98. Translated to today's standards that would have been around $90 of total sales in one day. This could have been due to the fact that Tiffany & Co. advertised all prices were non-negotiable. That was only the first beginning step in its slow rise to popularity.
In 1837, they introduced their famous blue box. This was to become one of their symbols to their products elegance and superiority. The blue box is still recognized today to be a "Tiffany Blue" by which wholesale tiffany jewelry is wrapped in. Whether it's a tiffany necklace or a tiffany pendant, it will be given the honor of becoming a companion to the blue box.
Tiffany & Co. jewelry also to use the standard of .925 sterling silver in their products in the year 1851. By adding copper, zinc, or nickel to pure silver, they were able to strengthen the silver without taking away from its distinct silver luster. This allowed Tiffany to produce silver rings, silver pendants, silver necklaces and other Tiffany silver jewelry to be able to continue to last through the years.
Not too long afterwards, Tiffany & Young was renamed to Tiffany & Co in 1853. The name change also brought the figure of Atlas over their doorways. This figure would be another recognizable Tiffany & Co. figurehead to which many would recognize as a distinguished Tiffany trademark. Today you can find a whole assortment of Tiffany Atlas rings, Tiffany Atlas Bracelet, Tiffany Atlas Neclace and much more.
Tiffany & Co. jewelry soon began to envelop more and more popularity with its role in the affairs of the country. The United States adopted the standard of sterling silver as 925. They helped supply the civil war in the Union army by manufacturing swords and other weapons for the soldiers as well as surgical implements. After the war was over, they created fine gemstone ceremonial swords for the generals Grant and Sherman.
Tiffany & Co. jewelry was honored when they received the award for excellence in 1867. This award was special because Tiffany & Co. Jewelry became the first American firm to win it for fine silver work.
You can see an example of Tiffany & Co. jewelry work by looking on the back of an American dollar bill. Tiffany and Co. revised the eagle on the right backside of the bill as commissioned by the American government.
Tiffany Jewelry had other prominent recognitions in many things to come. From the government adopting their platinum standard to making the trophy of the first Super Bowl. Tiffany & Co. Jewelry has proven itself to be one of the finest businesses in silver and their other elegant wares. It continues to produce Replica Tiffany Bracelets, Replica Tiffany Rings, Replica Tiffany Pendants, Replica Tiffany Necklaces and other fantastic Fake Tiffany Jewelry.