12 Fancy Alternatives to the $450 Tiffany & Co. Ruler

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The sterling silver and American walnut Tiffany ruler costs $450.

You may have chuckled at the news about Tiffany’s “Everyday Objects” collection, in which designer Reed Krakoff reimagined mundane things — golf tees, tin cans, paper coffee cups — as luxury objects. Well, Tiffany’s the one laughing now, as holiday sales of the Everyday Objects buoyed the company’s stock yesterday. And one of the most popular items (it’s still sold out) was Tiffany’s sterling-silver ruler, which measures a mere six inches and will set you back $450. If you’re looking for a substitute — or if that much for a half-foot piece of silver and American walnut strikes you as insane — consider some of these fancier rulers below, none of which will cost more than $100.

Appointed Brass Ruler
$24, Need Supply
Muji Acrylic Multi Ruler
$10, Amazon
HAY Design Wooden Ruler Triangle Set
$25, A Plus R
Craft Design Technology Straight Ruler
$8, Need Supply
Poppin Aqua Ruler
$8, Bloomingdale’s
Tom Dixon Golden Rule
$22, Amazon
Schoolhouse Electric Wooden Folding Ruler
$6, Schoolhouse Electric
Lue 5” Ruler
$44, Need Supply
Allon Libermann and Hye Jin Ahn Glass Ruler
$30, Areaware
Midori Brass Ruler
$12, Amazon
Lindlund Alm Ruler
$30, Lindlund
Field Outline Series - Rectangle
$100, The Future Perfect

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12 Fancy Alternatives to the $450 Tiffany & Co. Ruler