Tiffanny Blue Box
TIFFANY & CO. NEW ENGLAND LOCATIONS

MASSACHUSETTS

Tiffany & Co. - Copley Place
100 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02116
617 353 0222
Store Hours
Mon.-Sat.:10:00AM-8:00PM
Sun.:12-6:00PM

Tiffany & Co. - Boylston Street
199 Boylston Street
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
617 527 1881
Store Hours
Mon.-Sat.:10:00AM-8:00PM
Sun.:12-6:00PM

In the Fall of 2014, Tiffany & Co. will be opening another store on Newbury Street in Boston, Massachusetts.

OUTSIDE OF BOSTON

Tiffany & Co. can be found at the
Natick Collection
1245 Worcester Street
Natick, MA 01760
508 647 5915
Mon.-Sat.:10:00AM-8:00PM
Sun:12-6:00PM

Other New England Locations

CONNECTICUT

Tiffany & Co.
140 Greenwich Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830
203 661 7847
Mon.-Sat.:10:00AM-6:00PM
Sun.:12-5:00PM

The Shops at Mohegan Sun
1 Mohegan Sun Boulevard
Uncasville, CT 06382
860 885 2000
Sun.-Thu.:10:00AM-10:00PM
Fri.-Sat.:10:00AM-Midnight

Tiffany & Co.
215 Westfarms Mall
Farmington, CT 06032
860 509 7004
Mon.-Tue.:10:00AM-6:00PM
Wed.-Fri.:10:00AM-8:00PM
Sat.:10:00AM-6:00PM
Sun.:12-5:00PM

Tiffany & Co. in Connecticut
40 Post Road East
Westport, CT 06880
203 221 7676
Mon.-Wed.:10:00AM-6:00PM
Thu.:10:00AM-7:00PM
Fri.-Sat.: 10:00AM-6:00PM
Sun.:12-5:00PM

RHODE ISLAND

Providence Place
73 Providence Place
Suite 3100
Providence, RI 02903
401 654 4500
Mon.-Fri.:10:00AM-8:00PM
Sat.:10:00AM-6:00PM
Sun:12-6:00PM

It all started in 1837, when Charles Lewis Tiffany set out to create a redefined vision of luxury, style, and glamour when he brought beautiful diamonds and unique designs to New York and the world.

In 1845, Tiffany produced its first catalogue, called the Blue Book which showcased their flawless gems and couture jewelry creations. People flocked to the store to see these luxurious jewels in person and be the first to purchase and wear a one-of-a-kind Tiffany creation.  For the cover of the new Blue Book catalogue, the color blue now known as Tiffany Blue was selected by Charles Tiffany himself.  He selected this robin's-egg blue color due to the turquoise blue gemstone that was popular during the 19th century.  Also during this time, Victorian brides would give their attendants a turquoise dove-shaped brooch as a memento of the wedding day. Tiffany Blue was later adopted for use on shopping bags, as well as in advertising and other promotional materials.

One FACT I find amazing, is that Tiffany & Co. does have an item, in stock, that you cannot buy. No matter how much money you offer, no matter how much you beg and plea, you can not purchase or ask to be given one of their boxes.

The company has a very strong rule that a Tiffany Blue Box®, bearing the company name, is to be taken out of the building except with a purchase.  You might want to consider the Tiffany box as a gift to the purchaser. True to the founder’s vision, the Tiffany Blue Box® became an icon of luxury and exclusivity. Today, as many of you already know, the Tiffany box is an international icon of luxury, elegance and sophistication.

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The history of Tiffany's blue box