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Tiffany is an iconic American brand and women all over the world lust over the contents of those signature blue boxes.

See the pale teal box and the white ribbon and you just know there is something special cushioned inside.

But it’s more than a jewelry store and more than somewhere for Holly Golightly to have breakfast.

Let’s learn some more about our favorite purveyor of all things bling and beautiful.

1. The Beginning

The Beginning

One of the first facts about Tiffany you need to know is that it was founded in 1837 by Charles Lewis Tiffany and John Young.

It was originally named Tiffany and Young.

2. More than Jewelry

More than Jewelry

The company originally began as a fancy goods and stationery store, all with the help of a $1000 advance from Charles Tiffany’s father.

3. Royal Jewels

Royal Jewels

When the French monarchy fell in 1848, John Young purchased a large selection of the family’s crown jewels including an amazing jewel encrusted corset worn by Marie Antoinette.

4. American Silver

American Silver

During the Paris 1878 fair, Tiffany became the first American company to win the grand prize for silver craftsmanship, which marked the beginning of their worldwide notoriety.2

5. Famous Setting

Famous Setting

The iconic Tiffany setting was introduced in 1886 and the cut is still the world’s most popular engagement ring choice to this day.

6. Civil War History

Civil War History

During the Civil War, Tiffany actually designed swords that were used both in battle and for ceremonial purposes.

7. Anyone for Breakfast?

Anyone for Breakfast?

The iconic scenes for Breakfast At Tiffany’s were actually the first time permission was ever granted to film inside the store.

8. Take No Chances!

Take No Chances!

And while Audrey Hepburn and co.

were filming said scenes there was a total of 40 security guards to protect the precious gems!2

9. Great Seal of Approval

Great Seal of Approval

Tiffany designed the new Great Seal of the United States in 1880s, which is now on the back of the one-dollar bill.

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