Tiffany & Co.
Talk about your iconic colours! The mere sight of a bag or box in Tiffany Blue excites the beholder, calling to mind the glamour that Tiffany’s embodies, a legacy of celebrity and Hollywood and music and – especially – craftsmanship.
Tiffany Blue first appeared in 1845, chosen by founder Charles Lewis Tiffany as the colour to grace the first-ever direct-mail catalogue published in the U.S. – the now-famous Blue Book. His inspiration? It’s not certain, but turquoise was much in vogue with Victorian brides. More than 150 years later, in 2001,
Tiffany & Co. worked with Pantone to create Pantone 1837 Blue, capturing that robin’s-egg blue of Tiffany tradition. So treasured and protected, it’s not available to the public. It’s not even printed in PMS swatch books!
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