Several years ago, I went to Tiffany's
to buy a necklace for my daughter as a graduation gift. As a divorced working mom of 6, I don't have a lot of money and that was a splurge for me. The first salesperson I approached, I don't know her name but she looked asian, completely ignored me. She couldn't have spent 5 minutes helping me buy this necklace. Another salesperson was nice and helpful but if my daughter didn't want this specific thing I would have walked out of the store. I've never seen such a rude salesperson.
Home to the blue boxes that represent classic style and impeccable taste.. In Short From its legendary blue boxes to its ever-popular six-prong diamond solitaire engagement ring, Tiffany's is a staple in the jewelry industry. Although diamonds, emeralds and sapphires represent 70 percent of total sales, tableware, gifts and accessories are popular items as well. Pleasant and accommodating, the sales staff serves customers with respect, whether they're buying a $40 glass vase or a $40,000 diamond bracelet.