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Tiffany & Co TF4159F 82703C
One size: 55-18-140
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$246
Tiffany & Co TF4159F is one of the most popular styles of sunglasses. Butterfly shape with Full Rim frame makes these glasses look great on everybody. Tiffany & Co TF4159F 82703C features Grey cristal frame with Grey gradient Rx-able lenses are engineered to protect your eyes from harmful UV rays and glare. Material used for the frame provides exceptional reliability and durability. You can wear it by the beach, on the ski slope or behind the wheel of a car; they are durable enough to last for many years. Furthermore, we can make Tiffany & Co TF4159F 82703C with prescription lenses if you prefer.
Lens Color
Grey gradient
Manufacture Color
Grey cristal
RX-ble
Yes
Brands
Tiffany & Co
Style
Butterfly
Size
55-18-140
Gender
Women
Frame Type
Full Rim
Features
Rx-able
Frame Size
Medium
Geofit
Asian
Material
Plastic
UPC
8056597020374

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  • Tiffany & Co
    Founded by Charles Tiffany and John B. Young in New York City in 1837, Tiffany is a famous luxury goods retailer particularly known for its diamond jewelry. In the beginning, the store was set to be a fancy stationery shop and operated under the name of “Tiffany, Young and Ellis" in Lower Manhattan. In 1953, Charles Tiffany took complete control of the brand, shifted its focus towards jewelry and shortened its name to Tiffany & Company. The store quickly took off as it was one of the few to clearly mark the prices on its goods. Tiffany published its first mail order catalog, the Blue Book, in 1945, and it continues to be published to this day. The company went on to open a number of stores, its most famous being the Tiffany's flagship store, located at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 57th Street in Manhattan, New York City. The iconic store was famously featured in the film Breakfast at Tiffany's, which showed a dressed up Audrey Hepburn eating a croissant while gazing inside.
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