Tiffany's

Tiffany’s

jewelry firm founded by Charles Lewis Tiffany; store in New York caters to the wealthy. [Am. Hist.: EB, 10: 177]
See: Luxury
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Archer writing out the menus on Tiffany's thickest gilt-edged bristol, while Mrs.
They made, in fact, a masked battery behind the decorous office blinds, and there lay in wait as simply excited as children until at last the stem of the luckless Wetterhorn appeared, beating and rolling at quarter speed over the recently reconstructed pinnacles of Tiffany's. Promptly that one-gun battery unmasked.
Tiffany's second-quarter numbers were mixed as the company reported an EPS beat but revenue fell short of estimates.
But with a significant number of high jewelry pieces from Tiffany's trove made available here for the first time, it only seemed appropriate that its local partner, the Tantocos of Rustan's, and country manager Mario Katigbak's guest list was made up largely of high-spending Baby Boomers and older Gen Xers.
Breakfast at Tiffany's is a movie about a naave young woman (portrayed by Audrey Hepburn) who looks at the iconic jewelry store on Fifth Ave.
A medallion door handle that references Tiffany's iconic Fifth Avenue flagship store, made famous by the film Breakfast at Tiffany's, welcomes guests.
Botswana, he said, was also benefitting from Tiffany's existence and what it meant to the US.
Josh began to creep closer as he swayed--six feet, three feet, six inches--until his mouth was directly adjacent to Tiffany's left ear.
Nahhas also pointed out that Qatar is a sophisticated market, noting that Tiffany's clients in Qatar are well-travelled having visited major luxury and jewellery capitals like New York, London, and Paris.
Earlier Tuesday, a man posted a petition on the Cheong Wa Dae website, claiming Tiffany's father deceived him into handing over millions of won in investments when the father was running a company in the Philippines.
Marco "noise" should not distract investors from Tiffany's major turnaround opportunity, Credit Suisse analyst Michael Binetti tells investors in a research note.