Founded in 1837, by Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B. Young, Tiffany’s began life as a small ‘stationary and fancy goods emporium’ in Brooklyn, Connecticut. The store was initially called ‘Tiffany, Young and Ellis’ after the founders.
Tiffany’s is now New York’s most iconic jewellery store, thanks in part to the 1961 cinematic interpretation of Truman Capote’s novel ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’. And it’s unique Robin’s Egg Blue packaging.