Tiffany & Co. Launches Its First Luxury Holiday Catalogue

  • Tiffany & Co. announced its first-ever holiday catalogue, featuring twelve different one-of-a-kind presents for your loved ones.
  • Among the luxurious gifts is a four-foot-tall advent calendar, in Tiffany’s signature blue, that houses a treasure trove of surprises for 24 days.
  • Other gifts include a custom-made Tiffany Blue motorcycle, a 3-Oven Cast Iron Range, and a sterling silver greenhouse. Prices start from $35,000.

    For this year’s holidays, come and trim your Christmas tree with decorations bought at Tiffany & Co. Ahead of December, the luxury jewelry retailer announced its first-ever holiday catalogue, which features twelve one-of-a-kind items by Tiffany & Co., including a ritzy spin on your classic advent calendar and a custom-made motorcycle.

    “This holiday we wanted to really surprise our customers in a whole new way by showcasing the most awe-inspiring objects and experiences that you can only find at Tiffany,” said Reed Krakoff, the chief artistic officer of Tiffany & Co. “In addition to many exciting new designs and collections, this year we’ve curated twelve gifts that represent the best of the best and embody the artistry and craftsmanship at the heart of our brand.”

    Among the twelve gifts, expect to find a four-foot-tall advent calendar, rendered as an illustrative take of the jeweler’s Fifth Avenue flagship store. For 24 days, the calendar houses surprises like a sterling silver paper cup and a Tiffany T True bracelet in 18k yellow gold. Prices for the advent calendar begin at $112,000.



    Tiffany also partnered with Indian Motorcycle Co. to create a custom-made Tiffany Blue motorcycle, complete with 16” laced wheels with chrome-plated rims and spokes dressed in vintage tread tires, stainless steel exhaust, and a custom sterling silver Indian Motorcycle x Tiffany & Co. plaque.

    Other gifts include a sterling silver greenhouse for your garden lovers, an AGA Total Control 3-Oven Cast Iron Range for culinary enthusiasts, and even an eleven-day safari trip in Kenya for nature conservators.

    Prices start from $35,000.

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