To the Everyday Objects collection by Tiffany, more and more expensive pieces are added ♦ ︎
Goodbye breakfast at Tiffany’s. From now on there will be cultivation at Tiffany. Of flowers, carrots, zucchini: you decide. The important thing will be to use the watering can signed by the biggest jewelry house in the world. Price: $ 35,000. Obviously the Tiffany watering can is not of tin, but of silver and copper (not present, however, on the European market). And it is the last piece that is added to the line of objects for the home of the American Maison.
Next to jewelry, Tiffany has launched time ago the Everyday Objects line, composed of a series of products for everyday use. But precious.
The watering can, which costs like a car, is one of these. The collection, which was introduced last year, was renewed by the new creative director, Reed Krakoff. Everyday Objects includes, for example, a silver ball of 11,000 euros, a clothespin, also in silver, 650 euros, or the elements of the Lego game, but in silver, 2,100 euros. It seems that it is a category of growing products, explained the CEO of the Maison, Alessandro Bogliolo. That in November, in a conference with financial analysts said to be “very satisfied” with the performance of household items.
In the collection there are also pencil holders in silver and vermeil, flower vases, clothespins, crystal chains, miniature folding chairs and, for some markets, a 275,000 dollar greenhouse in silver, copper and glass, a lantern in limited edition ($ 20,000), a tape measure (1,250).