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Tiffany’s launch the most luxurious advent calendar EVER – but it will set you back £104,000

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s… for a whole month! Jeweller launches its first ever advent calendar – and it comes with an eye-watering £104,000 price tag

  • The luxury calendar contains 24 gifts priced between £100 and £13,000 with only four available in the whole world, and just one going on sale in the UK
  • It is 4ft tall and weighs more than 11stone, with 24 gifts in little blue boxes inside 
  • British customers will be able to get their hands on the UK version in Harrods from November 9 

Luxury jewellery brand Tiffany & Co has launched its first ever advent calendar…but you’ll have to be very quick, and very rich to get your hands on one. 

The luxury calendar contains 24 gifts priced between £100 and £13,000 with only four available in the whole world, and just one going on sale in the UK.

Behind each door of the four-foot, 11-stone calendar lies a gift in the famous little blue Tiffany box, with dozens of designs including a 18 carat Rose Gold pendant  with Diamonds, the popular Tiffany Key, and a sterling silver harmonica.

The luxury calendar contains 24 gifts priced between £100 and £13,000 with only four available in the whole world, and just one going on sale in the UK

Behind each door of the four-foot, 11-stone calendar lies a gift in the famous little blue Tiffany box, with dozens of designs including a 18 carat Rose Gold pendant with Diamonds, the popular Tiffany Key, and a sterling silver harmonica

The luxury calendar contains 24 gifts priced between £100 and £13,000 with only four available in the whole world, and just one going on sale in the UK. Behind each door of the four-foot, 11-stone calendar lies a gift in the famous little blue Tiffany box, with dozens of designs including a 18 carat Rose Gold pendant with Diamonds, the popular Tiffany Key, and a sterling silver harmonica

£5325: A Tiffany 1837 Makers 22 mm Square Watch in Stainless Steel with Diamonds, just one of the festive delights available behind the advent calendar's doors

£5325: A Tiffany 1837 Makers 22 mm Square Watch in Stainless Steel with Diamonds, just one of the festive delights available behind the advent calendar’s doors

From the outside, the calendar looked like the brand’s New York flagship store, and it was designed by London artist and illustrator Pat Vale.

British customers will be able to get their hands on the UK version in Harrods from November 9.    

What’s in the advent calendar?  

Tiffany & Co. Tiffany Paper Flowers Diamond and Tanzanite Flower Drop Earrings, which cost £8400 are included in the calendar

Tiffany & Co. Tiffany Paper Flowers Diamond and Tanzanite Flower Drop Earrings, which cost £8400 are included in the calendar 

  • Tiffany T Extra Large Smile Pendant in 18k Rose Gold with Diamonds
  • Tiffany T True Narrow Bracelet in 18k Gold
  • Tiffany HardWear Link Bracelet in 18k Rose Gold with Diamonds
  • Tiffany HardWear Triple Drop Earrings in 18k Gold
  • Tiffany Paper Flowers™ Diamond and Tanzanite Flower Drop Earrings in Platinum
  • Tiffany Paper Flowers™ Pavé Diamond Flower Pendant in Platinum
  • Tiffany Keys Fleur de Lis Key Pendant in Platinum with Diamonds on a Platinum Chain
  • Tiffany T Two Hinged Bangle in 18k Rose Gold with Pavé Diamonds
  • Tiffany Victoria® Earrings in Platinum with Diamonds
  • Tiffany T Square Bracelet in 18k Rose Gold with Pavé Diamonds
  • Return to Tiffany® Love Bugs Daisy Drop Earrings in Sterling Silver and 18k Gold
  • Return to Tiffany® Love Bugs Bird Brooch in Sterling Silver and 18k Gold
  • Return to Tiffany® Medium Heart Tag Bracelet in 18k Gold
Tiffany & Co. Tiffany Paper Flowers Pave Diamond Flower Pendant at £7,475 is also included

Tiffany & Co. Tiffany Paper Flowers Pave Diamond Flower Pendant at £7,475 is also included

  • Color Block Pen and Pencil Set in Brass with Lacquer Finish and Sterling Silver
  • Tiffany & Love Eau de Parfum for Her, 3.0 Ounces
  • Tiffany Ampersand Sterling Silver Key Ring
  • Everyday Objects Sterling Silver Tiffany Box
  • Rocking Horse Ornament in Sterling Silver
  • Everyday Objects Sterling Silver Paper Cup
  • Everyday Objects Sterling Silver Clothespin
  • Jasmine Candle in a Bone China Color Block Vessel
  • Everyday Objects Sterling Silver Marker with Tiffany Blue® Enamel
  • Everyday Objects Sterling Silver Harmonica
  • Tiffany 1837 Makers 22 mm Square Watch in Stainless Steel with Diamonds 

 

Once packaged the luxury calendar will weigh more than 25 stone – but will be assembled upon delivery via a White Glove Service.

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Luxury advent calendars have become all the rage in recent years, as people trade in their 99p chocolate-filled Christmas countdowns for ones filled with jewellery, upmarket produce and beauty gifts.

Earlier this week, Boots revealed that three of their £42 beauty calendars have been selling every second, after more than 226,000 customers signed up to a waiting list, and they were able to buy the calendar 24 hours before it went on general sale. 

The festive must-have is packed full of No7 goodies worth £173 – making it undeniably excellent value for money.

Tiffany & Co. Tiffany T True Narrow Bracelet at £4350

Tiffany & Co. Tiffany City HardWear Link Bracelet t £12,700

Tiffany & Co. Tiffany T True Narrow Bracelet at £4350  (left) and Tiffany & Co. Tiffany City HardWear Link Bracelet at £12,700 (right) 

Elsewhere, sales of food and drink advent calendars have soared in recent years with people counting down the festive period with everything from gin, beer, popcorn, tea and gourmet cheese.  

Tiffany’s launch comes amid reports Louis Vuitton owner LVMH has approached Tiffany & Co with an acquisition offer. 

LVMH submitted a preliminary, non-binding offer to Tiffany earlier this month sources said.

Tiffany has hired advisers to review LVMH’s offer but has not yet responded to it, and there is no certainty that it will negotiate a deal.

The exact price that LVMH was offering to buy Tiffany, which has a market capitalization of $11.9billion (£9.28bn), has not been revealed.

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