Tiffany and Co. came out with a beautifully expensive line of 'everyday products' on their website!
Most people usually associate Tiffany & Co. as an expensive store that sells gorgeous pieces of jewelry.
However, Tiffany & Co. has expanded its range of merchandise by adding a line of Everyday Objects. And these “everyday objects” come with a hefty price tag!
Sticking to the classic ‘Tiffany blue’ and clean-cut silver, the everyday products incorporate both functionality and style.
But some of the products seem a bit outlandish in regards to price, especially for what their purposes are designed for.
Tiffany’s described their new line of products on their website.
“The Everyday Objects collection transforms utilitarian items into handcrafted works of art.”
Let’s have a look at some of the items in the collection…
The classic Yo-Yo has been upgraded and it retails for $300!
I mean it’s pretty but… What the heck?
Then there’s this ball of yarn. The yarn made of textured sterling silver retails at a shocking $9,000!
Why? Just why?
A Tiffany & Co. marker for only $750!
Wow. What a steal.
Aw! Look at this cute pineapple dish. Too bad it’s $525…
You can probably get something similar and definitely cheaper, at any other ‘home goods’ type of store.
Have you ever wanted a classy bird’s nest? You can buy one for $10,000!
What do you even do with this?
Other items in the collection include $95 ‘paper’ cups, a $250 crazy straw, a $425 protractor, and even more!
People are so shocked by the prices and the objects chosen for the new collection, that they’ve started making jokes and sharing their opinions about all of it!
@TiffanyAndCo makes memes now apparently pic.twitter.com/DaG5093D9a— melia Abolish the Police arter (@melia_arter) November 6, 2017
There are many beautiful things I would love to buy from @TiffanyAndCo – a bloody tin can though? Not so much. 😳— 👑Anna🇪🇺💙#FreeNazanin (@mrsspanner) November 6, 2017
What do you think of the Everyday Objects collection?
Honestly, if you have the money or you’re just a Tiffany’s addict or collector, then why not consider making a purchase.
As for me, these products wouldn’t serve me any purpose nor would I want to spend that much on ‘everyday objects’ – I’ll stick to Target for that!