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Silver wrapped "Tiffany" crucifix
by: Ira

Hi folks. I recently purchased a silver wrapped sterling crucifix that is marked "Tiffany" and sterling. It is not marked Tiffany & Co. the cross sits at 2" in height and 1 1/2 " in width. The weight is in excess of 1 1/2 oz.. The craftsmanship is impeccable but I can not find anything on this online or within Tiffany forums. Can you help me out? Thanks

Tiffany & Co Authenticity Tip
by: Anonymous

Here's a neat little Tiffany & Co authenticity tip:

Poor fakes can be spotted by examining the "&" of Tiffany & Co."

If you write this symbol, it ends (or begins) in the middle. Tiffany goods have this ending Exactly in the middle vertically. Poor fakes don't. Check the Tiffany & Co website.

Tiffany & Co Jewelry Information Links
by: Anonymous

Hello Brian - thanks for writing in.
It is difficult to see the mark from the photo, even when I zoom in.

I have listed below some links that will provide more information about Tiffany Jewelry and company information.

In 1849 Tiffany opened his first store as the gold rush began in California.

Thanks again for writing in...
Yvonne Hammouda-Eyre
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