The Tiffany name and brand represent the pinnacle of luxury and quality—a status that has brought Tiffany esteem the world over since Charles Lewis Tiffany and Teddy Young opened the first store in New York City in 1837. In today's fast-paced world, an investment in a pair of Tiffany earrings or Tiffany cuff links is one that comes with assurances consumers desire: well-made, high-quality goods that will outlast all the rest. Tiffany works hard to maintain these assurances and keep its good reputation.
Unfortunately, there are some who wish to deceive consumers and profit from Tiffany's good name and reputation.
- Sellers of Tiffany replica goods typically use low-quality materials and poor craftsmanship in the manufacture of their goods. Replica Tiffany bracelets, for example, purchased from one of these sellers, will never withstand the test of time or handle even the lightest of use.
- Sellers of replica Tiffany goods do not generally pay taxes, and by avoiding doing so they do not contribute to the tax pool we all pay to help fund the development of our cities and states.
- Because selling replica Tiffany goods is illegal, sellers are often engaged in other illegal practices, which can range from identity theft to organized crime and terrorism. Buying goods from counterfeiters helps fund those illegal endeavors.
Tiffany remains firmly committed to the struggle against counterfeiting.