About Tiffany Silver Jewelry

Tiffany & Co., an iconic name in the jewelry industry, has a rich history that dates back to 1837 when Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B. Young opened a stationery and fancy goods store in New York City. By 1853, Tiffany had taken control and refocused the business solely on jewelry. Tiffany silver jewelry gained prominence in the late 19th century, particularly after winning an award for excellence in silver craftsmanship at the 1867 Paris World's Fair. This accolade established the brand's reputation for high-quality silver and elegant designs.

Throughout the years, Tiffany & Co. became synonymous with luxury and exquisite craftsmanship. The introduction of the 925/1000 sterling silver standard in the United States, which Tiffany & Co. was the first American company to adopt, further solidified its standing in the silver jewelry market. This standard, ensuring a high level of purity, became adopted nationally later.

Tiffany's silver pieces often feature a blend of classic and modern aesthetics, making them timeless. The company's innovative designs, like the Tiffany Setting in engagement rings, introduced in 1886, have made a lasting impact on the jewelry industry. Tiffany & Co. continues to be renowned for its exceptional silver jewelry, combining traditional craftsmanship with contemporary design, making its pieces highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts worldwide.