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Perth to be Tiffany's fourth location in Australia
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Feb '08
Tiffany & Co announced plans to open a store in Perth, Australia, in July 2008. The approximately 4,500-square-foot store will be located at 37 King Street, a historic building in the city's premier shopping area.

The building, constructed in 1905 and a prime example of classic Victorian architecture, is listed with the Heritage Council of Western Australia. Tiffany architects and designers will preserve the building's original façade and create a modern and gracious interior on three levels that showcases an array of renowned TIFFANY & CO collections.

Among them are the jeweler's celebrated diamonds in engagement rings and jewels of ultimate glamour; fine and sterling silver jewelry; the signature designs of Elsa Peretti, Paloma Picasso, Jean Schlumberger and Frank Gehry; watches; gifts and accessories.

"We are extremely excited to be entering the Perth market and offering its residents and visitors the convenience of shopping at Tiffany & Co," said Glen Schlehuber, managing director of Tiffany & Co Australia.

"Our prominent location in a historic building in the city's most desirable shopping area provides us with the ideal environment for introducing everyone to our own heritage of design and outstanding service for which Tiffany is renowned."

Perth is Tiffany's fourth location in Australia. The jeweler currently operates stores in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

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