?Perfect Turquoise – The color of romance?
Perfect Turquoise,? a color inspired by Tiffany & Co.
Over the years the quest to achieve Tiffany Blue has been worldwide, It is the colloquial? name for the light medium?robin- egg blue color, associated with?Tiffany & Co., the New York City jewelry company created by Charles Tiffany and John Young in 1837.
The color was used on the cover of Tiffany’s?Blue Book, first published in 1845, an annual printed collection of hand drawn Tiffany jewelry which was sent to? valued customers. While there is no definitive answer as to why Charles L. Tiffany picked this exact shade of blue, it is commonly believed that it was due to the popularity of turquoise in Victorian jewelry.
If you fell in love with ?Breakfast at Tiffany?s?, are lovers of Audrey Hepburn and high-end jewelry, you will never miss this color of romance.
Perfect Turquoise is best used with white for a sophisticated look. As an accent, the color can also do wonders for a design with corals, deep blues, and yellows are all great choices.