The Tiffany & Co. blue box is one of the most coveted in the world. No matter what’s inside, you are guaranteed timeless luxury and style and an item of the highest quality craftsmanship. At TrueFacet, Tiffany & Co. is one of the best selling brands of all time, but with an extensive catalog of new and vintage pieces, some pieces stand out among them all. Keep reading to learn more about our Tiffany & Co. best sellers.
1. Tiffany & Co. 1837 Jewelry
The 1837 collection was released in honor of Tiffany & Co.’s 175th anniversary. The collection itself is named for the year the company was founded and features a new metal developed by Tiffany. The new metal is a pink gold called Rubedo, a combination of gold, silver and copper.
2. Tiffany & Co. Sterling Silver Rings
Tiffany & Co. was the first American jeweler to adopt the British silver standard, making Tiffany & Co. well known for their use of sterling silver. Sterling silver is an alloy made of 92.5 percent silver and 7.5 percent other metals. Sterling silver jewelry is often stamped with .925, which Tiffany & Co. proudly displays on many pieces.
3. Tiffany & Co. Paloma Picasso Jewelry
Paloma Picasso, daughter of Pablo Picasso, is one of the four jewelry designers to ever sign their name on Tiffany & Co. jewelry. Picasso has been designing jewelry for Tiffany & Co. for over 35 years and she’s responsible for some of the most iconic collections, including the Graffiti and Loving Hearts collections.
4. Return to Tiffany Jewelry
The “Return to Tiffany” heart motif debuted in 1969 and has since become a brand icon. The original pieces, a keyring, was engraved with a serial number so the owner could find their keys if ever lost. Now, the collection has expanded to include bracelets, necklaces, earrings and a new oval-shaped motif.
5. Tiffany & Co. Engagement Rings
Tiffany & Co. is perhaps most famous for their stunning diamond engagement rings. Founder Charles Tiffany even introduced the six-prong setting often called the Tiffany setting, one of the most popular settings in the world. Tiffany grades their own diamonds to standards they consider even stricter than that of GIA.