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Easily Spot Fake Tiffany Necklace & Earrings Telltale Signs

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Hello! In today's post, I will walk you through a few "Tiffany & Co" items, and explain some of the details that definitely classifies the piece as a FAKE item. There will be other indications that show an item is not authentic, but for this article, I will focus on the most obvious detail that gives it away as a fake piece. Let's dive right in:   1) TYPE OF EARRING ATTACHMENT a) Notes Dangling Earrings: Let's take a quick look at the REAL version of the earrings (you can click on the picture below to enlarge the details): Click...

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"Where the heck is that Tiffany & Co logo?"

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Hello everyone! Today's post tackles a question that many of you might have had at some point, while browsing through the thousands of items that Tiffany & co has made over the last few decades. And boy! This company has made a LOT of different items - including jewelry, key rings, trophies, ceramic / glazed items, silverware (spoons, etc), leather goods, and so much more! As a Tiffany collector and aficionado myself, I have definitely scratched my head and asked this question more than once (or ten times for that matter :)) So I decided to tackle this topic and...

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Spot a Fake Tiffany Ring: Authenticate a Tiffany & Co 1837 Square Ring

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Spot a Fake Tiffany Ring: Authenticate a Tiffany & Co 1837 Square Ring

Hi everyone! Welcome to another edition of Real vs. Fake Tiffany.  Today, I am doing a review of the Tiffany & Co 1837 Square ring. An authentic version can be viewed from picture below.  Click on the ring photo to be taken to the product for more details: Next, let's take a closer look at a counterfeit ring of the same style.  On its own, it can sometimes be difficult to tell that it is fake. The front view seems to show the "correct logo markings" for the ring, right? It has T & Co on the front of the...

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Authenticate Tiffany & Co Items - Tiffany & Co Gatelink Cufflinks - Real vs Fake

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Authenticate Tiffany & Co Items - Tiffany & Co Gatelink Cufflinks - Real vs Fake

Hi everyone!  Although all of the guides on this site assist in helping you determine specific qualities and characteristics of authentic Tiffany & Co pieces, most of the articles so far have focused on women's jewelry. So, today's article will focus on Men's jewelry, specifically the Tiffany & Co Silver / 18K Gold Gatelink Cuff Links. When you think of an item to be "copied", your mind probably does not go to Tiffany & Co cuff links.  The more prolific fakes are of necklaces, bracelets and earrings.  But the reality is that illegal copycats don't discriminate - they will make...

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Tiffany & Co Acronyms & Symbols

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Tiffany & Co Acronyms & Symbols

Have you ever looked one of your Tiffany pieces and wondered, "What do these numbers and letters stand for?" So instead of having to go online and look for each one of these symbols, I decided to compile a a list of numbers and acronyms constantly seen on Tiffany items. Think of it as a handy cheat sheet :) Please also note that NOT All Tiffany items are marked. Offhand, I can think of two instances when this happens: 1) Gemstones, in particular, don't have Tiffany & Co logos or markings (as this would ruin the precious material). 2) When...

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