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Tiffany & Co debuts first men’s engagement rings

Jewellery brand Tiffany & Co has released its first ever men's engagement ring, named after the brand's founder. The Charles Tiffany Setting comes 135 years...

Tiffany & Co, Swarovski and LVMH join forces to unite jewellery and gemstone brands

Coloured Gemstones Working Group formed the Gemstones and Jewellery Community Platform with the aim of uniting jewellery and gemstone brands

VIDEO: K-pop’s Rosé makes Tiffany & Co ambassador debut for HardWear campaign

New-Zealand born K-pop sensation and former member of band Blackpink features in a new video showcasing the Tiffany & Co HardWear collection

LVMH marks return to growth as Tiffany & Co profits kick in

LVMH's watches and jewellery segment has grown by a reported 138% since Q1 2020 after company acquired Tiffany & Co amid fraught legal battles

‘Carbon-negative’ diamond company Aether adds former Tiffany & Co exec to board

Aether calls itself 'the most sustainable fine jewelry brand in the world' due to its method of using polluted air to make its lab-grown diamonds

Famed Tiffany & Co jewellery designer Elsa Peretti dies aged 80

Peretti enjoyed a career of nearly five decades with Tiffany & Co, and is most famous for the silver bone cuff bracelet

Super Bowl trophy took Tiffany four months to make

American jewellery brand and retailer has created a new iteration of the silver trophy every year since it debuted in 1967

LVMH completes Tiffany & Co acquisition and shakes up key leadership team

LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE has completed its acquisition of American jewellery brand Tiffany & Co after a fraught and drawn out negotiation...

Tiffany to sell its largest ever stone with 80-carat diamond necklace

Tiffany & Co has acquired an 80ct diamond in order to reimagine its historic 1939 World's Fair necklace. The stone will be the largest ever...

Tiffany sees Christmas sales drop 8% in 2020 across Europe

A decline across Europe and the Americas was offset by a 20% growth in the Asian market