Tiffany & Co.’s new home décor line is making waves—and not in a good way. The brand recently released a collection of “everyday objects,” but they don’t exactly have “everyday” prices.
Among the products that are getting roasted on the Internet are a $1,500 sterling silver coffee can, a $9,000 ball of yarn, and a $10,000 bird’s nest. While some of the high-end objects have slightly lower price points, the idea of a $95 bone china glass made to look like a paper cup can still be hard to palate.
“Strive to the point you can afford to pay $95 for a #Tiffanys paper cup,” one Twitter user joked.
Keep scrolling to see the most outrageously expensive everyday objects that Tiffany & Co. is now selling, from coffee cans to $5,700 pitchers. Breakfast at Tiffanys is even pricier than we thought.
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