• Tiffany is selling impractical 'everyday objects' like coffee cans and balls of yarn for thousands of dollars

    9 days ago - By Chron

    Tiffany & Co.
    Tiffany & Co. sells expensive "Everyday Objects" on its website.
    The items include silver and gold versions of ice cream scoopers and protractors.
    Some of them cost upwards of $10,000.
    The average Tiffany customer can afford to pay a premium for luxury. Perhaps this is why the company now has an "Everyday Objects" section on its website, where it sells silver and gold versions of "household" items, like balls of yarn and porcelain eggs, for thousands of dollars.
    It might also be an attempt to build buzz among millennials and compensate for declining traffic in its stores...
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  • Tiffany is selling impractical 'everyday objects' like coffee cans and balls of yarn for thousands of dollars

    Tiffany is selling impractical 'everyday objects' like coffee cans and balls of yarn for thousands of dollars

    9 days ago - By Business Insider

    Tiffany & Co. sells expensive "Everyday Objects" on its website .
    The items include silver and gold versions of ice cream scoopers and protractors.
    Some of them cost upwards of $10,000.
    The average Tiffany customer can afford to pay a premium for luxury. Perhaps this is why the company now has an "Everyday Objects" section on its website, where it sells silver and gold versions of "household" items, like balls of yarn and porcelain eggs, for thousands of dollars.
    It might also be an attempt to build buzz among millennials and compensate for declining traffic in its stores, according to CNN...
    Read more ...

     

  • Tiffany is selling impractical 'everyday objects' like coffee cans and balls of yarn for thousands of dollars

    Tiffany is selling impractical 'everyday objects' like coffee cans and balls of yarn for thousands of dollars

    9 days ago - By Business Insider

    Tiffany & Co. sells expensive "Everyday Objects" on its website .
    The items include silver and gold versions of ice cream scoopers and protractors.
    Some of them cost upwards of $10,000.
    The average Tiffany customer can afford to pay a premium for luxury. Perhaps this is why the company now has an "Everyday Objects" section on its website, where it sells silver and gold versions of "household" items, like balls of yarn and porcelain eggs, for thousands of dollars.
    It might also be an attempt to build buzz among millennials and compensate for declining traffic in its stores, according to CNN...
    Read more ...