Tiffany Blue

The Tiffany blue colour has been associated with the company since 1845, just 8 years following its foundation. Although there is no clear explanation for why Charles Lewis Tiffany chose this specific blue tint, it is generally accepted that it was because turquoise was so prominent in Victorian jewellery. Moreover, turquoise was considered an unusual stone in America during this period.

Charles Lewis Tiffany (The founder of Tiffany & Co.)
The Beginning

Tiffany & Co. used this blue colour for the first time in 1845 on the front of their Blue Book, a yearly publication of hand-drawn Tiffany jewellery distributed to devoted patrons. The Blue Book is still in print and available online and jam-packed with images of magnificent Tiffany designs. This blue gradually made its way into other facets of the Tiffany company, including its packaging and advertising. Several Tiffany’s designs, including jewellery, apparel, and watches, presently use blue touches. 

When it comes to Tiffany & Co watches, the blue colour appears to be the spotlight. Generally, Tiffany-signed clocks and timepieces featuring a Tiffany blue dial are popular items on the market. However, it’s difficult to pinpoint precisely when and why this trend began. Not long ago, Patek Philippe produced a Tiffany-signed Nautilus with a Tiffany dial that drove fans and enthusiasts crazy.

Tiffany Blue Oyster Perpetual
Turquoise Oyster Perpetual
Patek Philippe 5711 Tiffany & Co. Special Edition

In addition, enthusiasts constantly remain on the lookout for Tiffany-signed dials. In other words, these are timepieces offered in the Tiffany & Co. shop in New York City and sport the recognisable ‘Tiffany & Co’ stamp on the dial. Moreover, ‘Tiffany Blue’, a light, nearly ‘aquatic’ tint of blue, seems to be in high demand. Due to the popularity in colour customisation companies have also joined the popularity contest where there is are offerings of very similar colours on different watch models. You can view several bespoke made-to-order pieces designed by Splendore Unique here.

Since this colourway has become so popular amongst watch brands from all over the world, the best part now is if the aesthetic aspect is all you’re seeking, you do not need to spend thousands of dollars, pounds or euros to buy a lovely timepiece from a luxury brand. Instead, you can purchase a variety of watches to satisfy that particular desire without going over budget since many options are now available on the market.

Tiffany Blue Arabia Oyster Perpetual
Tiffany Blue Arabia Oyster Perpetual designed by Splendore Unique

About Tiffany & Co.

Over the years, Tiffany & Co., a well-known luxury company from New York City, has developed a huge fan base worldwide. In addition to stunning jewellery and wedding rings, the brand is renowned for its fashionable watches that are made in Switzerland while adhering to the principles of traditional American aesthetics.

For more than 150 years, Tiffany & Co. has been committed to producing premium men’s and women’s timepieces. Tiffany guarantees their pieces’ aesthetics and performance by fusing their distinctive design statement with famous Swiss watch tech. Moreover, sleek design, an elegant polish, and a hint of classic American class make Tiffany clocks irresistible to both men and women.

The stringent use of premium elements for the movement and the outer parts on every single piece constitutes one of the distinguishing features of a Tiffany & Co. timepiece.


Overall, Tiffany highlights its classic design style in a wide range of high-quality timepieces that both men and women may don. Furthermore, the blue colour has developed a reputation for excellence, elegance, and luxury on a global scale. Most importantly, it has evolved into a trademark of Tiffany & Co.