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Tiffany and Company is an American extravagance jewelry and specialty retailer, headquartered in New York City.
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Tiffany offers jewelry, gem, watches, water bottles, sterling silver, china, scents, individual embellishments, stationery, and in addition some leather merchandise. A significant number of these products are sold at Tiffany stores, and additionally through the standard mail and corporate marketing. Tiffany is prestigious for its extravagance products and is especially known for its precious stone and sterling silver adornments. Tiffany markets itself as an authority of taste and style. It was established by Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B. Youthful in Brooklyn, Connecticut in 1837 as a "stationery and extravagant products emporium", the store at first sold a wide assortment of stationery things, and worked as "Tiffany, Young and Ellis" in Lower Manhattan.

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After the underlying production of the "Blue Book" Tiffany list in 1845, Tiffany kept on utilizing its inventory as a component of its ad technique. The Tiffany list, one of the primary indexes imprinted in full shading, stayed free until 1972. Tiffany's mail-arrange inventories achieved 15 million individuals in 1994. Tiffany likewise creates a corporate-blessing list every year, and corporate clients buy Tiffany items for business blessing giving, worker administration and accomplishment acknowledgement grants, and for client motivating forces. Tiffany still creates an index for supporters, however, its commercial technique never again centers fundamentally around its list.

Video advertisements published by Tiffany & Co:

Tiffany & Co. - 2010 Christmas commercial ad: Tiffany & Co. 2010 Christmas advertisement featuring "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" by Hem. Tiffany & Co. — Behind the Scenes at the Tiffany & Co. Blue Book Gala ad 2010: At the celebration for the 2010--2011 Blue Book collection in Beijing's Forbidden City, spellbindingly beautiful Tiffany jewels adorned the glamorous women in attendance, including Chinese actresses Gong Li, Qin Lan and Zhang Jingchu; model Elisa Sednaoui; and socialites Eugenie Niachros and Tatiana Santo Domingo. Tiffany & Co. — The Power of Jewelry AD 2011: Celebrated designer Paloma Picasso's philosophy on the effects jewelry can have on a person. Tiffany & Co. — Paloma Picasso & Tiffany ad 2011: Tiffany designer Paloma Picasso recalls her first visit to Tiffany & Co. and reflects on a creative partnership that continues to thrive three decades later. Tiffany & Co. — The Dream Maker ad in 2012: Founder Charles Lewis Tiffany's dream changed the world. Tiffany & Co. — A Bold Look Ahead ad 2014: Tiffany & Co. design director Francesca Amfitheatrof discusses her first collection, Tiffany T, for the legendary jeweler. Tiffany & Co. — This Is a Tiffany Ring AD IN 2014: This is the ring that holds the promise. The ring of the world's greatest love stories. This is a Tiffany engagement ring, the most beautiful ring on earth. Tiffany & Co. — The Genius of Jean Schlumberger 2014: One of the most important jewelry designers of the 20th century, Jean Schlumberger earned the instant adoration of the fashion cognoscenti with his fantastical, nature-inspired creations for Tiffany. Tiffany & Co. — Unapologetically Modern ad 2014: Born in New York, Tiffany T is a pure, graphic collection that celebrates the Tiffany name and pays tribute to modernity and strength. Tiffany & Co. — The Art of the Sea ad 2015: Discover the breathtaking jewels of the 2015 Blue Book. These masterpieces capture water’s energetic and fluid soul and honor the sea as the ultimate source of life and beauty. Tiffany & Co's "Will You?" TV ad 2015: Tiffany & Co has launched a TV ad that features a same-sex marriage proposal. It marks the first time the 178-year-old company has featured a gay couple in its advertising history. Tiffany & Co. — Paloma Picasso on Color and Light AD 2015: Tiffany designer Paloma Picasso discusses how she is inspired by the light of the places she’s lived, from the south of France to Morocco. This light influences her choice of colored stones for her jewelry designs, including necklaces, bracelets, rings and earrings. Tiffany & Co. — A Tiffany Holiday ad 2015: There are gifts you give…and there are gifts you can’t wait to give. Tiffany & Co. — A New York Minute 2015: Introducing the Tiffany CT60™ collection. From the inventors of the New York Minute. Streamlined design meets Swiss craftsmanship. These Swiss watches are inspired by New York and originate in the country that put horology on the map. Tiffany CT60 luxury watches are ambitious, modern and utterly new.
Tiffany & Co. — I Will ad in 2016:
Tiffany & Co. celebrates the 130th anniversary of the Tiffany® Setting—an icon of love and timeless style. This great legacy lives in the hearts of generations of couples; and it lives too in the hands of Tiffany’s artisans. Gemologists, setters, jewelers, polishers—they are the masters of the craft that launched this legendary ring and are the keepers of its heritage. Tiffany & Co.—Paloma Picasso Olive Leaf AD 2016: Paloma Picasso’s Olive Leaf collection pays tribute to the olive branch as a universal symbol of peace and harmony. Tiffany & Co. — The Journey of a Tiffany Diamond ad 2017: Treasured from the moment they’re culled from the earth, Tiffany diamonds selected for our engagement rings never leave the hands of highly skilled artisans, who transform the stone from rough gem to refined beauty. This is the journey of a Tiffany diamond. Tiffany & Co. — Striving for Sustainability AD 2017: Nature is our most important designer. Tiffany is committed to protecting the beauty of the natural world. Tiffany & Co. — Tiffany and the Arts: Our Story Begins AD 2017: As the presenting sponsor of the next three Whitney Biennials—2017, 2019 and 2021—we’re proud of our passionate support of the arts and legacy of collaboration with artisans and craftsmen. Tiffany & Co. — The 2017 Tiffany Blue Book: For the 2017 Tiffany Blue Book, imagination and creativity explode, lifting the beauty of the wild to fantastical places. Nature, both in its grandest evolutions and in its most intricate designs, is the great inspiration for The Art of the Wild. Tiffany & Co.— 2017 Fall Campaign: Elle Fanning: Creativity. Passion. Individuality. David Hallberg captures the essence of our fall 2017 campaign. Tiffany & Co.— 2017 Fall Campaign: Creativity. Passion. Individuality. There is only one you. And there is only one Tiffany. Our fall 2017 campaign celebrates our brand legacy with women and men who epitomize everything we believe in. The photographs, captured by Inez & Vinoodh, show actors, artists, dancers and musicians who are empowered, intelligent and unafraid to express themselves through their very personal style. Tiffany & Co. — Believe in Love ad 2017: At Tiffany, we believe in the power of consciously deciding to love. Our engagement rings and wedding bands are symbols of the pure choice made by two individuals to embrace one another completely. They are a heartfelt declaration that there is great joy and promise in love, and that we are stronger together. Tiffany & Co. — Believe in Love ad in 2018: At Tiffany, we believe in the power of consciously deciding to love. Our engagement rings and wedding bands are symbols of the pure choice made by two individuals to embrace one another completely. They are a heartfelt declaration that there is great joy and promise in love, and that we are stronger together. Tiffany & Co.—Believe In Love: LV x KB ad in 2018: At Tiffany, we honor commitment in its many forms and celebrate the enduring power of love. Our newest Love & Engagement campaign explores how Tiffany plays a part in real-life love stories. After meeting while attending Parsons School of Design in New York, Laura and Kris quickly discovered they were a perfect team and together created their own fashion label. The duo held a surprise wedding at Laura’s parents’ home in 2014 before welcoming their first son, Charlie, at the end of that same year. Tiffany & Co.—Believe In Love: AS x JM ad in 2018: At Tiffany, we honor commitment in its many forms and celebrate the enduring power of love. Our newest Love & Engagement campaign explores how Tiffany plays a part in real-life love stories. Aimee and Jacopo met at a music festival in Morocco two years ago, and have been dating ever since. Though they have a long-distance relationship—Aimee is based in Los Angeles and Jacopo in New York—they prove that opposites attract. Tiffany & Co.—Believe In Love: AC x ME AD IN 2018: At Tiffany, we honor commitment in its many forms and celebrate the enduring power of love. Our newest Love & Engagement campaign explores how Tiffany plays a part in real-life love stories. This pair first met when Max was in New York for his first feature film. Andres, who is in the military, decided to come out after the repeal of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy and did so on Max’s YouTube channel during Pride Month. Now together for three years, the pair is planning to move to California. Tiffany & Co.—Believe In Love: SB x JY AD IN 2018: At Tiffany, we honor commitment in its many forms and celebrate the enduring power of love. Our newest Love & Engagement campaign explores how Tiffany plays a part in real-life love stories. After meeting through a mutual friend eight years ago, Sara and Jeremy fell in love. After he proposed in Paris at the park where they first said “I love you,” the couple got married in upstate New York three years ago. They recently welcomed their first son and live happily in New York City. Tiffany True Diamond Engagement ad in 2018: Introducing Tiffany True, our first new engagement ring in nearly a decade. This campaign features three real-life couples and the true love and emotion that drive their stories. Directed by Cass Bird in New York City, the film features Alicia Keys’ acoustic rendition of “No One." Tiffany & Co. — Up Close and Personal ad in 2018: The stories and experiences that make heirlooms so meaningful transcend time. In our latest film, we take a closer look at Tiffany objects—both old and new—that have made an impact on our friends. Inspired to create modern heirlooms of their own, they prove that there are no limits to personalization and that certain moments, no matter how small, should be marked. Tiffany & Co. — Family Jewels ad in 2018: “I really believe objects carry history and if somebody has worn it, I think that somehow gets accumulated—or is in there,” says Camilla Deterre. “It’s nice to engrave something when there’s a shared moment—something that brings you back to whatever that moment was.” Camilla and her mother, Ana Opitz, engraved Tiffany rings to symbolize their time in the Hamptons together. Tiffany & Co. — On The Record ad in 2018: “My friend gave me a Tiffany & Co. pocket knife 25 years ago. He wanted me to have a physical, visual memory of him, even though I don’t see him that often,” explains legendary jazz musician Ron Carter.” There are things that people need to have, to touch physically, that enhance the experience—it’s a kind of memory.” The famed bassist and his wife, Quintell, share their story. Tiffany & Co. — Sister Act ad in 2018: “We’d always take turns wearing our mother’s wedding ring—it never fit our fingers so we’d put it around our necks on a chain,” recounts Tiffany Meia. Now, she and her sisters, Bria and Katelynn, have found the same sense of connection with matching Tiffany Keys pendants resembling the one to their childhood home. Tiffany & Co. — Family Affair ad in 2018: “We’ve been through a lot and we’ve been through it together,” says Rosetta Pink. Her daughter, Dominique Babineaux, keeps her mother close with a Tiffany tag pendant bearing both of their initials. From moving day to family recipes, her piece is a tangible way to represent all of the many things they share. Tiffany & Co.—The Greenhouse Project: Shantell Martin ad in 2018: With bold lines, artist Shantell Martin transforms our sterling silver, copper and glass greenhouse from the Home & Accessories collection. Tiffany & Co.—The Greenhouse Project: Marilyn Minter ad in 2018: Visual artist Marilyn Minter fills our Home & Accessories sterling silver, copper and glass greenhouse with sterling silver Tiffany objects. Tiffany & Co.—The Greenhouse Project: Anna-Wili Highfield ad in 2018: Artist and sculptor Anna-Wili Highfield recreated springtime bursting from our sterling silver, copper and glass greenhouse, a new design from the Home & Accessories collection. Tiffany & Co.—The Greenhouse Project: Laurie Simmons ad in 2018: Artist and filmmaker Laurie Simmons reimagines our sterling silver, copper and glass greenhouse from the Home & Accessories collection using her unique point of view. Tiffany & Co.—The Greenhouse Project: Anna Galtarossa ad in 2018: Inspired by the new sterling silver greenhouse from our Home & Accessories collection, artist Anna Galtarossa created an exclusive display for our Piazza Duomo store windows. Her work with the intricate garden structure was on view during the prestigious Salone del Mobile design fair in Milan. Tiffany & Co. — Bloom Town ad in 2018: Tiffany collaborated with florist Lewis Miller—creator of the Flower Flash—for the new issue of our biannual magazine, This Is Tiffany, to bring surprise to New York City streets with beautiful floral installations featuring the Home & Accessories collection. Tiffany & Co. — 2018 Spring Campaign: Believe In Dreams ad in 2018: Introducing the Tiffany Paper Flowers® collection, our new campaign features Elle Fanning in a Tiffany Blue® world. Directed by The "Hunger Games" director Francis Lawrence, the music-driven anthem film features the first-ever Tiffany recording, a reimagined version of “Moon River” featuring Elle Fanning and hip-hop artist A$AP Ferg. Tiffany & Co.— Behind the Scenes: “Moon River” with A$AP Ferg and Elle Fanning ad in 2018: A behind-the-scenes look at the recording of our original remix of “Moon River” with hip-hop artist A$AP Ferg and Elle Fanning. The song, also with original lyrics by A$AP Ferg, is featured in our latest film to celebrate the launch of our Tiffany Paper Flowers® collection. Tiffany & Co. — 2018 Spring Campaign: Five Questions with Elle Fanning ad in 2018: Go behind the scenes of our Believe In Dreams campaign with the star of the film: Elle Fanning. Tiffany & Co. — 2018 Spring Campaign: Behind the Scenes with Maddie Ziegler ad in 2018: Go behind the scenes with dancer Maddie Ziegler on the set of our newest campaign, Believe In Dreams. Tiffany & Co. — 2018 Spring Campaign: Behind the Scenes with Elle Fanning ad in 2018: Go behind the scenes with actress Elle Fanning on set of our newest campaign, Believe In Dreams. Tiffany & Co. — 2018 Spring Campaign: The Tiffany Diamond: Elle Fanning marvels over the beauty of the Tiffany Diamond behind the scenes of our newest campaign, Believe In Dreams. Tiffany & Co. — 2018 Spring Campaign: Tiffany Paper Flowers: Actress Elle Fanning discusses the new Tiffany Paper Flowers™ collection behind the scenes of our new campaign, Believe In Dreams. Tiffany & Co. — 2018 Spring Campaign: Tiffany Paper Flowers: Introducing the new Tiffany Paper Flowers® collection as featured in our new spring campaign with Elle Fanning. Tiffany & Co. — 2018 Spring Campaign: Tiffany HardWear: The Tiffany HardWear collection as featured in our new spring campaign with Elle Fanning. Tiffany & Co. — 2018 Spring Campaign: Tiffany Keys: The Tiffany Keys collection as featured in our new spring campaign with Elle Fanning. Tiffany & Co. — 2018 Spring Campaign: Tiffany T: The Tiffany T collection as featured in our new spring campaign with Elle Fanning. Tiffany & Co. — Tiffany T: To a T ad in 2018: Everything Tiffany stands for—creativity, love and strength—is embodied by Tiffany T. Some of our favorite iconoclasts wear the collection and share what it means to them. Tiffany & Co. — Tiffany T: Maddie Ziegler ad in 2018: Everything Tiffany stands for—creativity, love and strength—is embodied by Tiffany T. Some of our favorite iconoclasts wear the collection and share what it means to them. Tiffany & Co. — Tiffany T: Renell Medrano ad in 2018: Everything Tiffany stands for—creativity, love and strength—is embodied by Tiffany T. Some of our favorite iconoclasts wear the collection and share what it means to them. Tiffany & Co. — Tiffany T: Fik-Shun ad in 2018: Everything Tiffany stands for—creativity, love and strength—is embodied by Tiffany T. Some of our favorite iconoclasts wear the collection and share what it means to them. Tiffany & Co. — Tiffany T: Holly Holm ad in 2018: Everything Tiffany stands for—creativity, love and strength—is embodied by Tiffany T. Some of our favorite iconoclasts wear the collection and share what it means to them. Tiffany & Co. — Tiffany T: Kendall Conrad ad in 2018: Everything Tiffany stands for—creativity, love and strength—is embodied by Tiffany T. Some of our favorite iconoclasts wear the collection and share what it means to them. Tiffany & Co. — Tiffany T: Laila Gohar ad in 2018: Everything Tiffany stands for—creativity, love and strength—is embodied by Tiffany T. Some of our favorite iconoclasts wear the collection and share what it means to them. Tiffany & Co. — Tiffany T: TK Wonder and Cipriana Quann ad in 2018: Everything Tiffany stands for—creativity, love and strength—is embodied by Tiffany T. Some of our favorite iconoclasts wear the collection and share what it means to them. Tiffany & Co. — Tiffany T: Susie Lau ad in 2018: Everything Tiffany stands for—creativity, love and strength—is embodied by Tiffany T. Some of our favorite iconoclasts wear the collection and share what it means to them. Tiffany & Co. — Tiffany T: Susan Wilder ad in 2018: Everything Tiffany stands for—creativity, love and strength—is embodied by Tiffany T. Some of our favorite iconoclasts wear the collection and share what it means to them.

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