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Tiffany & Co. Best Sellers


Tiffany & Co. is a favorite amongst TrueFacet shoppers—and for very good reason. The New York jeweler knows how to delight fans with inventive and playful jewelry designs, all made by the brand’s team of craftsmen with the highest-quality materials available.

Here are the collections that consistently rank as the Tiffany & Co. best-sellers on TrueFacet.

1. Tiffany & Co. 1837 Collection

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To mark its 175th anniversary, Tiffany & Co. released its 1837 collection which featured its new proprietary metal Rubedo, a combination of gold, silver and copper. The introduction of Rubedo follows Tiffany & Co.’s tradition of being forerunners in the world of metallurgy; the New York jeweler was the first to use the British standard sterling silver purity in their designs. The warm pink Rudebo metal was a fresh trend that delighted longtime fans of the brand.

2. Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Rings
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Although we most commonly think of Tiffany & Co.’s sterling silver for jewelry, the brand actually first gained recognition for its superior silverware at the International Exposition of 1867 in Paris. Tiffany & Co. quickly became recognized for their use of sterling silver, a proud tradition that continues today. Tiffany & Co. uses the British silver standard, using a sterling silver alloy made of 92.5% silver and only 7.5% other metals. In turn, Tiffany & Co. stamps their silver pieces with .925 to mark its weighty silver content. The renowned jeweler’s reputation for exceptional sterling silver carries through today and it’s no surprise sterling silver designs top the best-seller list.

3. Graffiti Collection by Paloma Picasso
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Paloma Picasso joined Tiffany & Co. in 1979 and debuted her first exclusive namesake collection in 1980. For her iconic Graffiti collection, Picasso reimagined the gritty patterns and letters scribbled across the city’s buildings as polished, graphic and contemporary lines in her jewelry designs. This bold collection is a continued favorite.

4. Return to Tiffany Collection
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In 1969, Tiffany & Co. introduced its Return to Tiffany key ring: a loop and pendant inscribed with “Please Return to Tiffany & Co. New York” and a registration number. The unique number was meant to catalog the items corresponding owners so, if the key ring was ever lost, it could be delivered to Tiffany & Co.’s 5th Avenue flagship with the owner notified accordingly. Since then, the collection has expanded to include heart- and oval-shaped charms for chain bracelets and pendant necklaces, earrings, cufflinks, and rings—all stamped with the Return to Tiffany tag. This beloved collection remains a hallmark for Tiffany & Co.

5. Tiffany Setting Diamond Engagement Rings

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For all of its accomplishments and cherished designs, Tiffany & Co. is perhaps most famous for their diamond engagement rings. In 1886, founder Charles Tiffany introduced the Tiffany Setting engagement ring, a six-pronged setting that propped the diamond above the band to showcase the diamond’s brilliance. This was a revolutionary design during a time when most engagement rings included diamonds in bezel settings which fully encased the diamond except for the top, effectively obscuring the diamond’s appearance. With the new Tiffany Setting, Tiffany & Co. shook up tradition and set a new standard in engagement rings.