It’s hard to believe that Tiffany & Co. started as a stationary and fancy goods store called Tiffany, Young and Ellis. In 1953, Charles Tiffany took the helms, changed the name to Tiffany & Company and began to focus on the jewelry business. After more than 40 years, Tiffany & Company received major recognition in 1867, at the Paris World’s Fair with a grand prize for silver craftsmanship. And by 1870, Tiffany & Co. had become one of America’s leading jewelers. The US Government even commissions Tiffany & Co. to create memorable designs, like the Congressional Medal of Honor. Extraordinary estate pieces by Tiffany & Co., like this gorgeous diamond bracelet, are timeless gifts.