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Tiffany

Louis Comfort. 1848--1933, US glass-maker and Art-Nouveau craftsman, best known for creating the Favrile style of stained glass
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The company described the line as possessing "a whimsical wink that is quintessentially Tiffany."
"The luxury house is known for its tongue-in-cheek approach to design, and the Tiffany Archives serve as a wellspring of inspiration for a series of objects in this collection, many of which can be engraved to make them uniquely personal," the company said in a (http://press.tiffany.com/News/NewsItem.aspx?id=323) press release . 
The Tiffany & Co boss has proven himself to be somewhat an understated gem over the past decade, quietly steering the US bellwether through some excruciatingly hard times as the recession dampened the premium-buying proclivities of America's aspirational middle class.
Kolawski is in Dubai to celebrate Tiffany's 175th birthday with a luxurious lunch event at the city's Armani hotel.
The Middle East is a critical growth area for Tiffany going forward, particularly as the company's outlook for 2012 looks flat.
This retailer features a wide variety of styles, sizes and colorations, and is experiencing strong sell-throughs on reproduction Tiffanys, the buyer reported.
Consumers appreciate the deep, saturated colors that Louis Comfort Tiffany used in his original works, Jolie related.
"Tiffany is selling like crazy," reported the buyer for a major national retailer.