Tiffany and Co. Comes to Baltimore area with its 80th store in Towson Town Centre

Tiffany & Co., the American jewelry and Silverware Company was founded in the year 1837 in the tinsel town of New York City. Ever since, it continues to remain as one of the most-sought-after jewelry and gift stores. It recently opened its 80th store in Towson Town Center’s luxury wing.

As a part of its branding strategy, the company is strongly associated with its signature blue box which is also their registered trademark. With an area of as much as 3700 square-foot, the store will feature jewelry and also the company’s line of sunglasses.  Their offerings include charms and silver bracelets for less than $100 to engagement rings and diamonds exceeding $100,000.

The store will bear architectural resemblance to company’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York which was established in 1837. The detailing consists of polished white marble, large glass show windows with oak and brushed stainless steel showcases.

For their opening that took place on Friday, the company used the theme of “Breakfast at Tiffany”, a classic movie from 1940s and they treated their customers with coffee and croissants.

Tiffany & Co., the American jewelry and Silverware Company was founded in the year 1837 in the tinsel town of New York City. Ever since, it continues to remain as one of the most-sought-after jewelry and gift stores. It recently opened its 80th store in Towson Town Center’s luxury wing.

As a part of its branding strategy, the company is strongly associated with its signature blue box which is also their registered trademark. With an area of as much as 3700 square-foot, the store will feature jewelry and also the company’s line of sunglasses.  Their offerings include charms and silver bracelets for less than $100 to engagement rings and diamonds exceeding $100,000.

The store will bear architectural resemblance to company’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York which was established in 1837. The detailing consists of polished white marble, large glass show windows with oak and brushed stainless steel showcases.

For their opening that took place on Friday, the company used the theme of “Breakfast at Tiffany”, a classic movie from 1940s and they treated their customers with coffee and croissants.

Via: BaltimoreSun

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