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  • All About Tiffany Charms Bracelet

    April 12, 2016

    There is no trend in jewelry right now that is hotter than the charm bracelet. However, just because this piece is trendy doesn’t mean that it is brand new! Charm bracelets have been around for centuries and have risen and fallen in popularity over the years. One of the best-known names in jewelry is one of the premier charm makers too. Tiffany charms and charm bracelets are beautiful, make great gifts and can be an excellent investment too. Learn more about the history behind these items, and what charms are available today and perhaps you’ll have a new jewelry passion.

    The History of the Tiffany Charm Bracelet

    In 1889, Tiffany & Co. introduced their first charm bracelet. It was a simple link bracelet with a heart dangling from it. This simple heart is one of the best-known symbols in the world of jewelry—and highly-popular today too. Now, there are both gold and silver chains and an abundance of charms available, allowing any Tiffany fan to show her passion for both fine jewelry and many other things too.

    Current Offerings

    As mentioned, today Tiffany offers both silver and gold charms, as well as charms that include colors. The charms can be as simple as a simple as the “Tiffany Heart” and includes charms as glitzy and complex as a diamond-studded love charm. The best thing about a charm bracelet is that it allows the wearer to express her personal style and preferences in every charm that is added to the bracelet. Check out the selection of current charms available on the Tiffany web page, and for more options consider vintage pieces that are no longer available for purchase except through a store specializing in vintage or secondhand pieces.

    The Future?

    While no one can ever predict what charms may be released in the future, what is certain is that these bracelets will stand the test of time. Jewelry lovers who are particularly fond of a certain charm may want to act now and purchase the charm today—after all, Tiffany & Co. is well known for retiring individual pieces, making them even harder to find in the future.

    Whether you are looking to buy or sell Tiffany charms, Tiffany charm bracelets or any other high-end jewelry items, you want to work with the best. If you are in or around NYC, why not stop by Roy Herlz Jewelers. Our team would love to talk to you about your Tiffany collection or show you what we have available. We look forward to seeing you soon!


    We are interested in all kinds of precious jewelry, particularly diamonds of a carat or more. Please do not hesitate to contact us to make an appointment.

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