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Tiffany & Co.'s New Home and Accessories Line is Absurd in the Best Way Possible

Among our favorite items? A $1,500 tin can, a $9,000 ball of yarn, and $95 Tiffany blue paper cups.
IMAGE TIFFANY & CO.
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Just in time for the holidays, Tiffany & Co. has unveiled its latest Home and Accessories collection—and well, it is truly something else. Beyond the classic pieces we've come to expect from the heritage brand (like sterling money clips and crystal glassware) you'll also find a range of products that Tiffany's describes as "ordinary objects made extraordinary," which is an understatement, to say the least. There's a $9,000 ball of yarn, a set of "paper cups" made of bone china, and a sterling silver tin can. If this launch is any indication of what the company's new chief artistic officer Reed Krakoff has in store, we're eager to see what's next.

1. Coffee Can

$1,500


2. Straw

$250


3. Table Tennis Paddles

$650


4. Tic-Tac-Toe Set

$1,000


5. China Paper Cups

$95


6. Ball of Yarn

$9,000


7. Yo-yo

$300


8. Protractor

$425


9. Building Blocks

$1,500


10. Bird's Nest

$10,000


This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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