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Tiffany & Co started in 1837 when Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B. Young opened a New York City store selling costume jewelry. In 1845 the name of the business became "Tiffany & Young." Several years later, Louis Comfort Tiffany joined his brother to provide artistic designs on many of their jewelry pieces. The iconic box they used to package their goods was what originally made Tiffany & Co. so well known. It has become an international symbol for high-end products and is often seen today on television shows and movies used by actors portraying wealthy characters .
In 1886, Mr. Carl Fabergé created a famous Easter egg for the company's 100th anniversary. In 1945, Andy Warhol was commissioned to create a special Christmas Tree ornament for the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree, which was later placed in the New York Museum of Modern Art.
The jewelry designs from Tiffany & Co. have been around since 1837 and many famous women, such as Audrey Hepburn and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis , have worn their pieces before they were famous actresses or First Ladies .
Tiffany & Co is a well-known brand that has been around for over 170 years and will continue to be known for creating beautiful products for customers who want luxury items.