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Renowned jeweler Tiffany to bring a new store in White City

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May '08
Tiffany & Co. announced plans for a Fall 2008 opening of a store in Westfield London, a new retail and leisure complex due to open in White City, West London.

The approximately 2,800-square-foot store will feature a modern glass façade that showcases the store's welcoming and gracious interior with custom furnishings and brushed stainless steel showcases arrayed with exclusive TIFFANY & CO. collections.

Among them are the jeweler's exquisite diamonds in engagement rings; fine and sterling silver jewelry; the celebrated designs of Elsa Peretti, Paloma Picasso, Jean Schlumberger and Frank Gehry; watches; gifts and accessories. Customers may further peruse the collections in the comfort of an elegant private sales salon.

“We look forward to opening our store in Westfield London, which is being positioned to become a premier destination for luxury shopping in the area,” said Melvyn Kirtley, Group Vice President Tiffany & Co. Europe.

“Our prominent location in the center provides us with the ideal environment for introducing customers to Tiffany's heritage of design and outstanding service for which it is known worldwide.”

Tiffany & Co.


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