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Tiffany & Co. Charms

Updated: Mar 4, 2022

Did you know there was a bond girl named Tiffany Grace? That was in the movie “Diamonds Are Forever.” The very attractive bond girl let 007 know that she was named for none other than Tiffany & Co. That’s not all that surprising when you think about it. If the title of the movie has diamonds in it, Tiffany & Co. makes perfect sense. Tiffany is world-renowned for diamonds. They’re also known for the way they revolutionized the engagement ring industry. Tiffany & Co. is pretty much synonymous with jewelry itself! Did you know, though, that their commitment to beautiful, elegant, and perfectly crafted jewelry also includes charms?

From the simple elegance we’ve come to expect from Tiffany & Co. to charms that make a much louder statement, Tiffany charms can be wonderful additions to a bracelet, necklace, or other piece of jewelry. Paloma Picasso’s celebration of color makes for captivating charms, and if you’re looking for a touch of whimsy, there’s nothing quite as wonderful as their sterling silver zoo animals. Take things a bold step forward with their silver and enamel charm automobiles. You can find charm lollipops, charm hearts, and even charm flip flops! With enough variety to make sure there are charms for every personality, there’s no doubt that Tiffany & Co.’s commitment to providing only the best is matched by their commitment to providing choices.

At Bert Levi Family Jewelers, we buy thousands of dollars’ worth of jewelry in our downtown San Diego showroom every week. That means we come by a great many Tiffany & Co. items, and that means you have the opportunity to own something wonderful at a more affordable price. Why not stop by our conveniently locate store. We’re in the Gaslamp district, and one of our GIA Accredited Jewelry Professionals is standing by to show you our pre-owned Tiffany & Co. charms, engagement rings, and other inventory. Stop by and see why countless San Diegans already know to trust us with their jewelry needs.

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