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Brief Brand History for
In 1837, the first Tiffany store opened in New York City. The company grew as a jewelry business, eventually dealing in watches. In 1851, Charles Lewis Tiffany began a partnership with Patek Philippe. Patek Philippe watches with Tiffany signed dials are now highly prized by collectors. In 1866, Tiffany made the Tiffany Timer, the first American stopwatch. In the early 1900s, George F. Kunz, Tiffany and Co.'s gemologist, patented luminous paint to be used on watch hands and numerals. Tiffany continued to produce watches throughout the twentieth century. Franklin Delano Roosevelt wore a Tiffany watch to the Yalta Conference in 1945. In the 1980s, Tiffany debuted the Atlas watch, named after the Atlas Clock that sits over the entrance to the Tiffany & Co. store in New York. Founded in January 2008, the Tiffany Watch Co. Ltd began a partnership with the Swatch Group. The relationship between Tiffany and Swatch ended in 2011.
Product Line Overview
As a distinguished jewelry house, Tiffany & Co. offers many of the appealing characteristics which make its jewelry so desirable in its watches. Most Tiffany timepieces are available with diamond-setting and Tiffany-blue dials. The 1837 Makers Collection includes elegant rectangular watches in gold and steel cases. The Atlas adopts the style of the iconic Atlas clock on Tiffany's New York boutique. The design is clean, featuring a round case and large Roman numerals to mark the hours. The Atlas is also available in a far sportier, chronograph variation. The CT60 is a sportier, automatic watch available in three-hand and chronograph models. The Cocktail Collection features oval-shaped ladies' watches extravagantly adorned with diamonds. The Eternity Collection is characterized by round, diamond-studded dials. Owing to its horizontally oriented, rectangular case, the East West has a unique presence on the wrist.
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