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Liberty & Co. Tables

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Long before Liberty became one of London’s most iconic luxury department stores, shoppers of the late 19th century knew it as Liberty & Co. — purveyors of fine silverware designed in the Art Nouveau style, Arts and Crafts-style furniture and an eclectic assortment of ornaments, fabrics, fashion and other goods from around the world.

British merchant Arthur Lasenby Liberty founded Liberty & Co. in 1875. Liberty dreamed of selling an assortment of fine wares he obtained in the Far East from a ship docked in the middle of one of London’s busiest shopping thoroughfares. However, he could only manage to borrow £2,000 from his father-in-law, so he settled for a small shop on Regent Street.

What began as a modest business grew exponentially over the next few years, and, by 1890, Liberty & Co. occupied most of Regent Street. Meanwhile, Liberty forged relationships with many British Art Nouveau artists and designers who were keen to work with one of the most prestigious retailers in London.

In 1899, Liberty & Co. hosted an exhibition showcasing a collection of silver pieces designed by notable silversmiths like Oliver Barker, Albert Edward Jones and Bernard Cuzner. A line of silverware called Cymric also debuted and was produced in partnership with silversmith W. H. Haseler of Birmingham and Liberty & Co.’s chief designer, Manx artist Archibald Knox. The innovative Cymric collection featured a blend of Art Nouveau with traditional Celtic style, including such pieces as candlesticks, spoons, bowls, tableware and jewelry.

Liberty & Co. also had a furniture workshop in Archway, London, run by Lawrence Turner and which employed carpenters to produce handcrafted, Arts and Crafts-style armchairs, stools, bookcases, cabinets, side tables and other furniture. Most of these high-quality and durable pieces were made of solid wood such as oak, mahogany and walnut. In addition to their own in-house creations, Liberty & Co. also sold furniture by other designers, including chairs by German architect Richard Riemerschmid.

Liberty died in 1917, and Liberty & Co. became Liberty of London after relocating to their iconic location on Great Marlborough Street in 1924. Ironically, the imposing Tudor Revival building is constructed from the timbers of two decommissioned British Navy ships — realizing Liberty’s original “ship-store” dream. 

On 1stDibs, discover a range of antique and vintage Liberty & Co. serveware, seating and decorative objects.

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Creator: Liberty & Co.
FINE LIBERTY'S LONDON CiRCA 1900 BURMESE FOLDING TRAY TABLE EGYPTIAN BRASS TOP
By Liberty & Co.
Located in GB
Royal House Antiques Royal House Antiques is delighted to offer for sale this stunning Burmese Folding tray table with rare engraved top depicting Egyptian figures circa 1920's reta...
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Early 1900s Burmese Art Deco Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Brass

Liberty's London 1950s Hand Carved Occasional Side End Lamp Wine Table
By Liberty & Co.
Located in Pulborough, GB
We are delighted to offer for sale this Stunning 1950s Liberty's Oak Table. This Liberty's London 1950's hand-carved occasional side table is a true masterpiece of craftsmanship...
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20th Century British Liberty & Co. Tables

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Oak

Art Deco Plant Table
By Liberty & Co.
Located in LELYSTAD, FL
Art Deco Plant Table made and carved in Japan in the 1910s for “Liberty & Co” height 45 cm width 30 cm depth 30 cm.
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1910s Japanese Art Deco Vintage Liberty & Co. Tables

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Wood

Liberty's London Hand Carved Occasional Side End Lamp Wine Table, 1905s
By Liberty & Co.
Located in Pulborough, GB
We are delighted to offer for sale this 1905's Liberty London heavily carved side table. A gorgeous piece, hand carved from top to bottom with floral detailing. These pieces come ...
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20th Century British Liberty & Co. Tables

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Hardwood

Hand Carved Occasional Side End Lamp Table, 1905 Liberty's London
By Liberty & Co.
Located in Haddonfield, NJ
Liberty Hand Carved Side Table. Heavily Carved with Large Poppy Flowers. A very good-looking piece, it's hand-carved from top to bottom with floral detailing.
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Early 1900s Italian Folk Art Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Wood

Liberty & Co Japanese Carved Side Table Art Nouveau
By Liberty & Co.
Located in Norwich, GB
A Japanese fruitwood carved side table, retailed by Liberty & Co. Circa 1900. These tables were commissioned by Liberty & Co, and hand-carved in Japan. The firm imported Middle Ea...
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1890s Japanese Art Nouveau Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Fruitwood

Liberty and Co. An intricately carved Arts and Crafts sidetable
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
An intricately carved Arts and Crafts sidetable attribured to Liberty and Co with a stylised star and floral carvings to the circular top and...
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Early 1900s English Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Walnut

Liberty & Co. A rare Moorish Anglo-Japanese walnut sidetable
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty and Co. A rare Moorish/Anglo Japanese walnut side table with Musharabieh turnings to the four opposite corners and Moorish arches between with turned bobbins to each side and...
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1890s English Anglo-Japanese Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Walnut

Liberty and Co. A robust Arts and Crafts oblong oak sidetable
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty and Co. A robust Arts & Crafts oblong oak sidetable with shaped top and lower shelf on splayed square legs.
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1890s English Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Oak

Liberty and Co. An Arts and Crafts oak side table
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty and Co. An Arts Crafts oak side table, with stylised cut-outs to the apron and square tapering legs, united by lower shelf.
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Early 1900s English Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Oak

Liberty & Co. An Arts & Crafts oak oval top side table with heart cut-outs
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty and Co. An Arts & Crafts oak oval top side table, with stylised heart cut-outs to the apron and square tapering legs, united by lower shelf.
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Early 1900s English Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Oak

Liberty and Co. A scarce pair of Arts & Crafts oak side tables with plank sides
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty & Co. A scarce pair of well designed Arts and Crafts oak side or occasional tables with three plank sides, each having, above the shelves an arched top cut-out so as not to o...
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Early 1900s English Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Oak

Liberty's London Three Monkey Hear See Speak No Evil Carved Coffee Side Table
By Liberty & Co., Liberty of London
Located in GB
We are delighted to offer for sale this lovely large Liberty’s London 1905 Japanese mahogany side table depicting the three monkeys in the "Hear no e...
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Early 1900s English Edwardian Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Hardwood

Arts & Crafts oak table illustrated in the Liberty & Co 1907 furniture catalogue
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty and Co. An oak Arts and Crafts side table with a moulded edge and line decoration to the lower apron below, the splayed legs with turned and bulbous details to the centres, u...
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Early 1900s English Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Oak

A Good Quality Arts & Crafts Oak Drop Leaf Side Table by Liberty and Co.
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty and Co. A quality Arts & Crafts oak drop-leaf table with subtle curves to the flaps and a lower shelf. With original Liberty Ivorene label. Measures: Height 24 1/2&q...
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Early 20th Century English Arts and Crafts Liberty & Co. Tables

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Oak

Liberty & Co. An Anglo-Japanese walnut plant stand
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty & Co, An Anglo-Japanese walnut plant stand.
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Early 1900s English Anglo-Japanese Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Walnut

Liberty & Co. An Arts & Crafts walnut centre table with arched aprons
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty & Co. An Arts and Crafts walnut centre table with arched apron on ring turned legs united by star shaped stretchers. The period image attached here is variation of the same t...
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1890s French Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Walnut

Liberty & Co in the style of E W Godwin. An Anglo-Japanese two tier plant stand
By Liberty & Co., Edward William Godwin
Located in London, GB
Liberty and Co in the style of E W Godwin. An Anglo-Japanese two tier plant stand with shaped apron below the top. A well designed plant stand of elegant tapering form.
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Early 1900s English Anglo-Japanese Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Walnut

Antique Oak Drapers Table Liberty Style
By Liberty & Co.
Located in Dorchester, GB
A Liberty London style Oak drapers table circa 1900. Quality piece of furniture made from solid oak with simple and elegant details. We think it would make a good kitchen island or ...
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Early 20th Century British Art Deco Liberty & Co. Tables

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Oak

Liberty and Co. A rare and unusual Arts and Crafts oak corner dressing table
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty and Co. A rare and unusual Arts and Crafts oak corner dressing table. The mirror pulls up on a stop-and-stay system to adjust the angle. ...
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Early 1900s English Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Oak

Liberty and Co English Pewter 0881. An Arts and Crafts unpolished pewter tray.
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty and Co. Stamped English Pewter 0881. An Arts and Crafts pewter tray. In original unpolished condition.
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Early 1900s English Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Pewter

Liberty and Co Tudric 042 A large Arts and Crafts pewter tray with heart handles
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty and Co. A large Arts and Crafts pewter tray with riveted style heart shaped handles. Stamped Tudric 042.
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Early 1900s English Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Pewter

Liberty and Co. A rare and unusual Moorish oval eight leg side table
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty and Co. A rare and unusual Moorish oval eight leg side table with a brass removable top embossed with a medieval lioness holding a sword w...
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1890s English Moorish Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Brass

Liberty & Co, style of E W Godwin. An Anglo-Japanese ebonized plant stand.
By Liberty & Co., Edward William Godwin
Located in London, GB
Liberty & Co, style of E W Godwin. An Anglo-Japanese ebonized plant stand.
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1880s English Anglo-Japanese Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Walnut

Liberty and Co made by William Haseler. A pair of Arts and Crafts pewter trays.
By William Hair Haseler, Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty and Co made by William Haseler. A pair of Arts and Crafts pewter trays with shamrock decoration and hearts to the handles. stamped Made i...
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Early 1900s English Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Pewter

Syrian Octagonal Table, 19th Century
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Syrian octagonal table, 19th Century An octagonal Moorish table, inlaid with mother-of-pearl and ebony set in geometric patterns. Late 19th C...
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Late 19th Century Syrian Aesthetic Movement Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Fruitwood

William Birch for Liberty & Co. an Arts & Crafts Oak Fold Over Card Table
By Liberty & Co., William Birch
Located in London, GB
William Birch for Liberty and Co. A good quality sturdy Arts & Crafts oak fold over card table with precise mitred corners to the top on splayed ring turned legs united by an H-stre...
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1890s English Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Oak

Liberty & Co, Arts & Crafts Oak Dropleaf Table with Stylized Carved Flower Head
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty & Co., An Arts & Crafts, drop leaf oak dining table with carved rose head floral decoration to each end united at the base with through pegged tennon construction and made from quarter sawn oak, giving a wonderful figuring to the grain. I also recently bought a matching Liberty oak...
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1890s English Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Oak

William Birch for Liberty & Co. a Good Quality Arts & Crafts Oak Chess Table
By Liberty & Co., William Birch
Located in London, GB
William Birch for Liberty & Co. A good quality Arts & Crafts oak chess table with hand painted glass to the underside of the chess playing board, with different marble effects and decorative floral boarders, a storage drawer below with the original brass swan neck handles, on ring turned legs and wonderful quarter sawn tiger figuring...
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1890s English Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Glass, Oak

Liberty & Co a Fine Arts & Crafts Mahogany Side Table with Pierced Heart Details
By Leonard Wyburd, Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty & Co. London. Attributed to Leonard Wyburd. A rare Arts & Crafts, Mahogany side table with four finely made out swept upper supports, pierced to the tops with heart details,...
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1890s English Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Mahogany

Liberty & Co. an Anglo-Moorish Arts & Crafts Walnut Fold over Card & Games Table
By Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty & Co. an Anglo-Moorish Arts & Crafts fold over card and games table in Walnut with green baize interior when open. Turned details to the upper and arched apron with turned an...
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1890s English Arts and Crafts Antique Liberty & Co. Tables

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Walnut

Liberty & Co. An Oak Plant Stand with Pierced Heart in the Style of C F A Voysey
By Charles Voysey, Liberty & Co.
Located in London, GB
Liberty & Co. An Arts & Crafts oak plant stand in the style of C F A Voysey with a typical Liberty style squashed heart, a central tier with extending sides and a quartered oak lower...
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20th Century English Arts and Crafts Liberty & Co. Tables

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Oak

Liberty & Co. tables for sale on 1stDibs.

Liberty & Co. tables are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of wood and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of Liberty & Co. tables, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original tables by Liberty & Co. were created in the Arts and Crafts style in europe during the 20th century. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider tables by and Heal's. Prices for Liberty & Co. tables can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $438 and can go as high as $6,399, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $2,282.

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Questions About Liberty & Co. Tables
  • 1stDibs ExpertFebruary 27, 2024
    A Liberty print is a pattern featured on fabrics made by the British company Liberty Fabrics. More than 45,000 of these prints have been unveiled since the founding of the brand in 1875. The company was initially called Liberty & Co. before the world came to know it as Liberty of London. Although they vary, Liberty prints typically share some similar characteristics, such as featuring natural motifs like flowers and leaves, flowing curved lines and patterning all over. Find a collection of vintage Liberty fabrics and furniture on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 15, 2024
    To identify Liberty furniture, check discreet areas for a maker's mark. Most Liberty pieces feature a diamond-shaped tag made of ivorine or enameled brass that bears the Liberty name. Early pieces may feature a red or white paper label, while furnishings from select lines may feature an oval-shaped brass tag with the model and maker names. If you need help determining if a particular piece is a Liberty, a certified appraiser or knowledgeable antiques dealer can assist you. On 1stDibs, explore a variety of Liberty furniture.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2024
    Liberty fabrics are made near Lake Como, Italy. Every Liberty fabric begins with a pattern hand-drawn by in-house designers located in London. A team of skilled technicians oversees the production of the fabric, and Liberty Fabrics unveils around 150 new materials each year. On 1stDibs, shop an assortment of Liberty of London pieces.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMay 30, 2024
    The best known Liberty furniture is made of solid wood. Long before Liberty became one of London’s most iconic luxury department stores, 19th-century shoppers knew it as Liberty & Co. — purveyors of fine silverware designed in the Art Nouveau style, Arts and Crafts-style furniture and an eclectic assortment of ornaments, fabrics, fashion and other goods from around the world. Liberty & Co. also had a furniture workshop in Archway, London, run by Lawrence Turner and which employed carpenters to produce handcrafted, Arts and Crafts-style armchairs, stools, bookcases, cabinets, side tables and other furniture. Most of these high-quality and durable pieces were indeed made of solid wood such as oak, mahogany and walnut. In addition to their own in-house creations, Liberty & Co. also sold furniture by other designers, including chairs by German architect Richard Riemerschmid. Find antique Liberty & Co. furniture on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMay 30, 2024
    With respect to the British company called Liberty, where the furniture is made varies. Long before Liberty became one of London’s most iconic luxury department stores, 19th-century shoppers knew it as Liberty & Co. — purveyors of fine silverware designed in the Art Nouveau style, Arts and Crafts-style furniture and an eclectic assortment of ornaments, fabrics, fashion and other goods from around the world. Liberty & Co. also had a furniture workshop in Archway, London, run by Lawrence Turner and which employed carpenters to produce handcrafted, Arts and Crafts-style armchairs, stools, bookcases, cabinets, side tables and other furniture. In addition to their own in-house creations, Liberty & Co. also sold furniture by other designers, including chairs by German architect Richard Riemerschmid. Find Liberty of London furniture on 1stDibs.
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    Peter Max's connection to the Statue of Liberty is that he created multiple paintings of the famous landmark. He made the first one for America's Bicentennial on July 4, 1976. You can shop a range of Peter Max art on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    The legendary American luxury house Tiffany & Co. is currently owned by Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH), which completed the acquisition of the company in January, 2021. The firm started out modestly — Charles Lewis Tiffany and John B. Young founded it in Connecticut as a “stationery and fancy goods emporium” in 1837, at a time when European imports still dominated the nascent American luxury market. Upon Charles’ death in 1902, his son Louis Comfort Tiffany took over artistic direction for the brand. On 1stDibs, find authentic Tiffany & Co. pieces from some of the world's top sellers.
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    Jacob & Co. is so expensive for a few reasons. For one thing, many of the Swiss watchmaker's timepieces are complicated. One features more than 830 components, each of which must be produced or purchased, tested and painstakingly assembled by hand, adding to the cost. The materials that go into each watch, such as 18-karat gold and genuine diamonds, are costly as well. Plus, only a limited number of timepieces leave the watchmaker's workshop each year, so demand usually far exceeds supply. On 1stDibs, explore a range of Jacob & Co. watches.
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    Yes, any gold jewelry used by Tiffany & Co. is real gold. Tiffany & Co. is a luxury jewelry brand and prides itself on high-quality materials and craftsmanship. Tiffany & Co. pieces are offered in gold, rose gold, platinum and sterling silver. Shop a selection of Tiffany & Co. pieces from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.
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    Tiffany & Co. only uses sterling silver to create their silver jewelry designs. With proper care, the sterling silver of your gorgeous piece will last from generation to generation. You can shop a collection of Tiffany & Co. jewelry from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.
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    No, Tiffany & Co. do not sell their famous blue boxes separately. You do, however, receive a blue box with the purchase of jewelry and goods from Tiffany & Co. Shop a collection of TIffany & Co. jewelry from some of the world’s top sellers on 1stDibs.
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    No, Tiffany & Co. generally does not ever have a sale. During its more than 100-year history, the American luxury jewelry maker has reportedly never run a sale. However, Tiffany & Co. does offer jewelry at a wide range of prices to suit a variety of budgets. Shop a diverse assortment of Tiffany & Co. jewelry on 1stDibs.
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    Yes, Tiffany & Co. is a designer brand. Generally, the term designer brand refers to a brand guided by a creative director or chief designer. Tiffany & Co. fits this definition and has partnered with numerous designers, such as Elsa Perretti and Paloma Picasso, over the years. On 1stDibs, explore a large selection of Tiffany & Co. jewelry.
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    Where Tiffany & Co. gets its diamonds varies. The American luxury jewelry house sources gemstones from mines and suppliers in Botswana, Canada, Namibia, Russia and South Africa. All diamonds used by Tiffany & Co. are conflict-free and meet high-quality standards. On 1stDibs, explore a large selection of Tiffany & Co. diamond jewelry.
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    To tell if a Tiffany & Co. bracelet is real, first check the overall quality of the piece. Tiffany is revered all over the world, and the storied American luxury house is known for its immaculate craftsmanship and use of high-quality materials. If the accessory is 18k gold, it will be stamped with the number “750.” If it’s sterling silver, it’ll have a “925” stamp, and if it’s platinum, it will feature a “950” stamp. If the bracelet is set with any gemstones, they should be of high clarity and brilliance and evenly set. Diamonds that are selected for use in authentic Tiffany jewelry uphold GIA grading standards. Experts recommend that you work with an appraiser or jewelry industry professional on matters such as determining the authenticity of a given piece. On 1stDibs, find a collection of Tiffany & Co. bracelets from some of the world’s best sellers.
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    A Tiffany & Co. engagement ring can cost as little as $13,000 or as much as $500,000 depending on the center stone’s carat weight, the band material and whether or not there are any side stones. The smaller the stone, the cheaper the ring will be. Find engagement rings designed by Tiffany & Co. on 1stDibs.
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    Yes, Tiffany & Co. does indeed still make china. A quick glance on their website reveals chic dinnerware sets crafted in bone china in classic designs and patterns. On 1stDibs, find a collection of authentic Tiffany & Co. pieces from some of the world’s top sellers.
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    Yes, Tiffany & Co. uses real pearls in their jewelry. Tiffany & Co. uses a variety of authentic pearl types, including Japanese Akoya, Tahitian, Chinese Freshwater and South Sea pearls. Shop a wide range of pearl jewelry from Tiffany & Co. on 1stDibs.
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    Yes and no. Tiffany Lamps are still available, but they’re recreations of old designs and not new models. Tiffany & Co. split off from the lamps division a long time ago with Tiffany Studios taking on the lamp design and products. Tiffany Studios closed in 1930 and there are no new designs. Today you can still purchase new Tiffany Lamps based on the old designs. On 1stDibs, find a collection of authentic Tiffany Lamp pieces from some of the world’s top sellers.
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    No, Tiffany & Co. jewelry does not typically go on sale. Occasionally, the acclaimed jewelry house will run in-boutique or online specials to coincide with holidays like Christmas or Valentine's Day, but these sorts of sales do not run regularly. You can find Tiffany & Co. jewelry on trusted online platforms, including 1stDibs. Shop a diverse assortment of Tiffany & Co. pieces on 1stDibs.

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