180 years of passion for diamonds.
The story of Tiffany & Co began in 1837, under the leadership of Charles Lewis Tiffany, a man with a passion for jewellery. Today, the American label Tiffany & Co is best known today for its instantly-recognisable little blue box and its sumptuous diamonds. Of these, the most outstanding is, without question, the Tiffany Diamond. Acquired in 1878 by the founder of Tiffany & Co, it is now on display in the brand's legendary flagship boutique on Fifth Avenue in New York.
Jewellery famous the world over.
Numerous celebrities have rocked Tiffany & Co jewellery sets. Two examples are Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe, legendary stars who helped give the brand the global reputation it enjoys today. Amongst the emblematic pieces the brand has designed, long necklaces are precious jewels that any woman would be thrilled to drape around her neck. Enhanced with different cult pendants like hearts, medals and keys, Tiffany & Co chain necklaces have come through the decades without losing any of their glory and youthful charm.
Tiffany & Co given pride of place on Vestiaire Collective.
With almost two centuries of history under its belt, the brand Tiffany & Co has designed a multitude of jewels of all varieties to seduce women the world over decade after decade. Vestiaire Collective has a whole section entirely dedicated to Tiffany & Co jewels so that you can be the proud owner of a rare gem designed by the brand. There are other must-have jewels to go with long Tiffany & Co necklaces, and each and every one, in its own small way, is responsible for the legendary reputation the American brand has built up: