The collection of silver jewelry Return to Tiffany by Tiffany&Co. is one of the most sold and sought after in the world.
For several years now he proposes missed items and it is increasingly easy to stumble in an imitation or fake.Unfortunately I often see worn with false bravado and know as well as I personally hate this kind of thing. Rather than showing off any item not original and risk then go for tarot I also prefer to give it up without any problem. After all, what harm is there in not being able to get everything we want? Is not it good? At least we’ll always have a desire to try to realize that we can push to do better to try to reach it not?
5 ways to recognize a gem Return to original Tiffany from a fake one
1. Purchase it in official shops
always buy it and only in stores or on the official website of the brand. If it is a gift to be in the colored paper bag colored Tiffany (ie the inimitable tones navy/light blue water hallmark of this brand). Must have the white rope handles and the central logo engraved in black bearing the inscription “Tiffany & Co.“. The bag can be smooth or pitted depending on the location of the store (as in Paris they gave me pockmarked while in Milan and Florence smooth).
2. Pay attention to the little box that encloses
The box that contains it is pockmarked cardboard and never completely smooth. Same color as the bag and bears the brand logo engraved in black. Not all caps, not all tiny and not all attacked but exactly “Tiffany & Co.“. Around the box there is always a white satin bow with 2 cm thick except at Christmas which can also be red. The shape of the box, some say there is a perfectly square but as far as my experience I’ve never seen. Rather they are more or less evidently rectangular.
3. Pay attention to the velvet bag inside the can
The interior of the box is presented with a velvet bag that perfectly matches the size of the box. It can be either a bag with sewn edges in white for smaller jewelry, or a bag with straps of rope for the larger ones. Both carry the black logo “Tiffany & Co.” and are of the same color of the box. Under the bag containing the jewelry is the white foam. Sometimes it can also be a card that tells you how to care for your silver jewelery but nothing more. No serial number, cloths for cleaning or certification of any kind. If there is a fake.
4. The pendant must bear engraved the words “© T&Co.AG925”
Each pendant of this collection has labeled ‘© T&Co.AG925“on the back or sull’asola that ties him to the necklace or bracelet except in cases of heart colored blue or pink small extent (unfortunately photos are not seen well but the big blue heart has the sull’asola incision forwards and backwards).
5. Must have the bearing engravings “© Tiffany&Co.” And “AG925”
Every necklace or bracelet, that both balls, chain or classic mesh shows a round plate (or oval in the case of chains small neck) close to closing with engraved “© Tiffany&Co.” on one side and “AG925” other.
These are the 5 main ways to recognize immediately a gem of original Return to Tiffany collection.
How to recognize a jewel in the heart original Return to Tiffany
Entering the specific of the heart pendant much plagiarized left and right, we can say that the hearts have one and only one shape that never changes despite the various measures. The writing is flawless and is formed by “PLEASE RETURN TO” capitalized and arched at the top, “Tiffany&Co.” In the central part of the heart, “NEW YORK” capitalized just below and “925” even more below.
The fakes also tend to be much lighter than the silver weight and shimmer. Yes, but too much and certainly not with its own light. Remember that silver tends to rigarsi, dirty and darken with the time so it is impossible to shine for months. inaccurate written offer, too big or too small. As for this collection the only thing that is given as collateral is the blue folder containing your receipt.
Other useful information is that Tiffany does it balances, it discounts, has outlets around somewhere. Let’s face it, it certainly does not need and does not offer its products in shops or online shop where they sell out. You will not find them on a stall in a street market or to any village fair let alone trust those profiles on Instagram or Depop where you pull them back.
Conclusion? Head to their official retail outlets and will never be wrong a shot. Demand this then you are the best.