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Collection: The Tiffany Collection

A world class collection of silver, glass, and bronze by Tiffany and Co.

24 products
  • Tiffany & Co. Oyster Plate

    $1,800 AUD

  • Tiffany Studios Favrile Glass Bowl and Saucer

    $1,750 AUD

  • Large Green Tiffany Studios Bowl

    $1,200 AUD

  • Tiffany Studios Bronze & Glass Candlesticks

    $15,000 AUD

  • Tiffany Studios Favrile Glass Bowl

    $3,750 AUD

  • Tiffany Studios Favrile Bowl and Saucer

    $1,900 AUD

  • Globe Clock by Tiffany & Co.

    $5,900 AUD

  • Rare Tiffany Studios Favrile M 2739 Footed Bowl, Original Tags, Circa 1900's

    $2,900 AUD

  • Sterling Silver Tiffany & Co. Tea Set Circa 1870

    $5,800 AUD

  • French Bronze by Henri Chapu for Tiffany & Co. circa 1900

    $15,000 AUD

  • Tiffany Studios Bronze Inkwell and Pen Tray in The American Indian Pattern

    $1,750 AUD

  • Sterling Silver Ice Bucket by Tiffany & Co.

    $8,900 AUD

Vintage Tiffany Jewellery

A History of Vintage Tiffany Jewellery

The foundation of vintage Tiffany jewellery goes along with the beginnings of Tiffany & Co itself. In 1837, Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B Young opened a goods and fine jewellery store on Broadway in New York City. With only a $1000 loan from Charles’ father, the store quickly became a success as the location was ideal. Soon after, the company acquired international recognition for their implementation of the British Silver Standard, where using 97 percent pure metal was the main factor.

In 1878, Tiffany & Co acquired the 287.42ct rough yellow diamond from the Kimberley diamond mines in South Africa. This diamond was set in a necklace and worn by Audrey Hepburn for the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s in 1961, and it became known as the Tiffany Diamond.

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