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Tiffany Frames | Tiffany Spectacles

In 1837, Charles Lewis Tiffany and Teddy Young founded the paramount company Tiffany. The first shop they opened was actually an emporium selling stationary goods under the name Tiffany, Young and Ellis.

Charles believed that the company had more potential and transformed it into a luxury jewellery store in 1853, soon after changing the name to Tiffany & Co. London, New York, Paris, Milan and Tokyo are some of the places that Tiffany's has opened stores with its' growing success. Tiffany & Co. more recently decided to begin producing fashion eyewear alongside their accessories collection. The famous designs on Tiffany jewellery have been implemented onto the eyewear, staying consistent to their notoriously loved designs.

Several celebrities have chosen to wear Tiffany & Co. eyewear including; Kate Beckinsale, Angelina Jolie, Natalie Portman and Kate Beckinsale. Comfortability and durability have been kept in mind during the developing process of Tiffany eyewear, ensuring the wearer will always get the best possible for the price they are paying. With various designs ranging from bold vintage to simply refined, Tiffany & Co. has something for everyone. The huge selection of colours and frames available give the wearer a wide collection to choose from for every outfit in their wardrobes. Tiffany & Co. glasses and sunglasses go through strict quality control and are undoubtedly made and brought to you with the best quality materials available; making them incredibly reliable.

They are most definitely worth the investment as they increasr the protection and correction of your vision. More and more people nowadays choose to apply anti-glare and anti-scratch coats onto the lenses of their newly purchased Tiffany spectacles in order to ensure longevity. The anti-glare reduces any reflections made on the lenses whilst the anti-scratch ensures any damage inflicted on the lenses are completely protected.