There’s always something special about opening a little, Tiffany Blue box. The crisp white bow and the excitement of what treasure may lie within the small, turquoise box is a feeling that’s become legendary. Every Christmas, every Valentine’s Day, and even every day, millions of Tiffany Blue boxes are opened and countless new memories are made.
But just like everything else, the classic color had to start somewhere. Think back to 1845... The popularity of turquoise gemstones in the nineteenth century was growing, and the color was soon chosen by founder Charles Lewis Tiffany for the cover of Blue Book, Tiffany’s annual collection of “exquisitely handcrafted jewels”. After being chosen for the cover of Blue Book, Tiffany Blue became the color of shopping bags, advertisements and just about anything else that had to do with the company. And what do you know it, Tiffany Blue has not only made it to the twenty-first century, but the color still has its charm.
With the celebration of Tiffany & Co.’s 175th anniversary and the history behind the little blue box, the company has crafted the RUBEDO™ metal. Among the finest metals in the world, the RUBEDO™ metal includes the elegance of gold, the shine of silver and the glow of copper. What’s even more exciting about the brand new collection is that it will be coming to Boston stores this spring. Shop for cuffs, rings and pendants to be your perfect, go-to accessory this season.
Celebrate the historic happiness that Tiffany & Co. has been bringing to its customers for 175 years. The contents of a Tiffany Blue box are one of the most special things a girl could wish for.