Tiffany Blue Anyone? – Nov. 12, 2022

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Editor’s Note: For me, Tiffany Blue is the symbolic ccolor of power, commonly used in book bindings for the elite. See below…

Telling tales: The story behind the Tiffany blue color

Why, out of all the colours in the spectrum, did the cult jeweller choose this particular shade of blue for its iconic packaging? The shade that’s gone down in history as the iconic Tiffany Blue color (literally in history — it’s a recorded trademark!)?

The history behind Tiffany Blue

The story begins in 1878, when Tiffany & Co.’s Blue Book catalogue acquired its first cover in the particular shade of blue that’s now come to be known as Tiffany Blue.

Variously described as ‘forget-me-not blue’ and ‘robin’s egg blue’, it was handpicked because of the popularity of turquoise gemstones in the 19th century. Turquoise was also a favorite of Victorian brides who gave their attendants a dove-shaped brooch set with turquoise so that they would not forget the occasion — a detail that was not lost on Charles Lewis Tiffany, who founded the brand as the pinnacle of wedding luxe.

Photos incoming of ROYAL ALBERT HALL FESTIVAL OF REMEMBERANCE 😎💣💣💣💣

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Tiffany blue book of remembrance

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7 trumpeters

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“The bride has made herself ready.” Rev 19

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