Tiffany & Co. Drops $112,000 USD Advent Calendar

24 days of bliss.

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Holiday season is just around the corner, and to prepare for the festivities American luxury jewelry brand Tiffany & Co. is dropping its first-ever advent calendar priced at a whopping $112,000 USD.

Standing at four-foot-tall, the 24-day calendar is packed with pre-selected items ranging from a Sterling Silver Harmonica ($695 USD), Sterling Silver Clothespin ($905 USD), 18k Gold Triple Drop Earrings ($4,600 USD), Colour Block Pen and Pencil Set ($720 USD), and much more. Each item is then wrapped in a signature Tiffany Blue Box, what the brand has become synonymous for.

London-based illustrator Pat Vale designed the advent calendar, drawing inspiration from the brand’s highly-Instagrammed flagship exterior.

According to the website, the calendar will be delivered in the most Tiffany & Co. way possible by “white glove service.” If you’re interested in purchasing Tiffany & Co.’s $112,000 USD advent calendar, the supplies are quite scarce as currently only four are available to purchase. Head over to Tiffany & Co.’s website for more information.

For more jewelry, check out our recent editorial “Gold Rush.”

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