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Tiffany 1837

There's nothing quite like standing in front of a Tiffany & Co store, eating a croissant, sipping cafe latte, whilst looking ever-so glamorous. Enveloped in a stunning Black LBD, adorned with pearls, gloves, high heels and a chic handbag. Images of Breakfast at Tiffany's conjure up in my mind, as I peruse the new Tiffany 1837TM collection. 




To celebrate their 175th anniversary, Tiffany & Co have created an exclusive limited edition metal, called RUBEDOTM, a stunning rose luminescent gold. Each piece in the RUBEDOTM collection has been inscribed with the name, Charles Lewis Tiffany, founder of Tiffany & Co. These pieces are only available throughout 2012, making them highly collectible. 









Tiffany & Co is a name synonymous with luxury and quality in workmanship. To own a piece of the RUBEDOTM collection would be an incredible acquisition for anyone. Tiffany & Co are available for purchase online and in stores across the world. Check their website for further details.

Hope you're all having a great week and enjoy what the weekend has to offer you. I will be madly typing away at student reports. What's on for your weekend?

Whatever you do, wherever you are, remember to have fun! Life is far too short.

Yours in style, 

Suzi x


Images courtesy of Tiffany & Co, examiner.com

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  2. WOW!!!

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    Giuseppe

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    1. I know, this collection is fabulous!
      Suzi x

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  3. Nice collection, I especially love that big bracelet! X

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    1. Me too, but priced at 8K, I think I'll keep on dreaming.
      Suzi x

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