Since 1837, the little blue box has been a symbol of elegance and exclusivity for the world’s premier jeweler and design house.
Tiffany & Young began as a stationery and fancy goods emporium at 259 Broadway in New York City. Soon after its inception, a unique shade of blue was selected for boxes, bags and more, to evoke a sense of quality and craftsmanship. The robin’s egg hue became so iconic, it was dubbed Tiffany Blue. And nearly two centuries later that distinction remains.
In 1886, the now famous Tiffany diamond setting was created. And with that, Tiffany & Co. set the standard for exquisite design and became the world’s authority on diamonds.
Of course, jewels are just the beginning. Tiffany & Co. features premium china service, stemware, vases, sterling silver giftware and more. Over the years, we’ve created exclusive pieces for nobles and notables, many of which exist in museum collections today.
It’s a legacy of beauty and excellence that’s universally celebrated. And now, it’s at Easton.