Wednesday January 22, 2020

Luxury Life: The watchman of Tiffany & Co

Nicola Andreatta was warned by his father not to get into the watchmaking business. He duly ignored that advice, and the general manager of the US’s only luxury watch brand hasn’t looked back since, writes Lily Killeen

25th September, 2016
A selection of the luxiours watches

Tiffany & Co may be best known for jewellery, but before its key executives ever dreamed up that little blue box, it was well established as a producer of luxury watches.

The first Tiffany’s watches date back to the 1850s, and the archive collection has expanded since then to include 400 timepieces. In recent years, the company turned its attention away from the watch business to focus on jewellery and, in particular, engagement rings. However,...

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