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Long before Audrey Hepburn gazed longingly into its gorgeous windows, Tiffany’s sold its baubles in its signature blue boxes to the world's elite, including President Abraham Lincoln. Today, the iconic jewelry emporium continues to attract the rich, famous and powerful, as well as tourists eager to gawk and spend, too. First established as a stationery and fancy goods store in lower
Workshops on choosing the perfect engagement ring are offered sporadically, free of charge. Visit the store's website for details.
For traditional brides, nothing beats the cachet of the famed blue box. The six-prong Tiffany setting (from $9,200) is an industry standard; the step-cut, square-stoned Lucida (from $9,250) is stunning.Men's Watches
Those little blue boxes aren’t just for girls: Tiffany also offers beautifully made men’s watches. The Tiffany Mark collection offers styles in stainless steel, eighteen-karat gold, and platinum.Wedding Invitations
After registering for their china and silver, couples can stop by the store’s custom-stationery nook to peruse sample books. Classic invitations with engraved, return-addressed envelopes start at $710 for 100; thank-you-note sets with engraved envelopes start at $710 for 100 invitations.Registry
Tiffany’s fourth floor brims with silver, china, and crystal. Prices range from moderate (Tiffany weave china) to sky-high (the Japanesque bowl in sterling). Frames start at $45, clocks at $275, and vases at $75.