Tiffany & Co. has released a ridiculously overpriced home and accessories collection called “Everyday Objects” which includes items that cost much more than anyone would ever pay for them.
According to an article on Teen Vogue, Tiffany & Co. has released a ridiculously overpriced home and accessories collection. The collection is called “everyday objects” which includes items that cost much more than anyone would ever pay for them with products have been listed under “Iconic”, “Everyday”, “Playful”, and “Unexpected”.
These products include ridiculous things from a set of two $95 paper cups. The collection also includes a $9,000 ball of yarn. The most ridiculous item, however, is the $1,000 tin can. Who would pay $1,000 for a tin can?
The collection does include some items that would usually cost that much like handbags and leather accessories. A $1,000 tin can, however, is just ridiculous.
On Tiffany.com, there is a description for the collection which reads, “we believe in living with beautiful things every day. Every accessory and object we design has an intelligence and wit that make the ordinary feel extraordinary.”
If you actually want to decorate with Tiffany & Co. products it will obviously cost you a lot. The cheapest dinner plate retails for $50. A silverware set costs $730. Setting a Thanksgiving table for 8 people would cost $6,400. $6,600 if you want a pair of salt and pepper shakers, which retail for $200.
People will actually pay for items from the collection. The Louis Vuitton “Eye-Trunk” iPhone 7 protector which starts at $1,500 and costs more than the actual phone it’s protecting became quite popular and that was just as ridiculous as this collection.
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