Tiffany & Co. opens 80th store


Despite many jewelry and luxury goods stores’ opening up in the recent years, Tiffany & Co. still remains one of the most sought after jewelry and gift stores. The store with its signature blue box has proved its popularity by recently opening its 80th store at Towson Town Center’s luxury wing. The store opened to customers with a grand “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” theme, where customers were treated to coffee and croissants. Besides featuring jewelry, the 3,700 square foot store will also carry the company’s line of sunglasses. Buyers will be spoilt for choice when it comes to buying jewelry as the store features a large inventory that comprises of a number of items in varying price ranges.

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The charms and silver bracelets are the most affordable with some costing less than $100 while engagement rings and diamonds can easily exceed the price of $100,000. What is more, customers will also be able to order items from other stores.
As for the décor, you will find that the architecture of this newly opened store bears a striking resemblance to the company’s flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York. Be it the marble tile or the large glass display windows, every feature echoes luxury. The white oak and brushed stainless steel showcases complement the luxury store beautifully. Sure to be another successful venture, the 80th Tiffany & Co. store is sure to attract luxury lovers from everywhere.
[BaltimoreSun]

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