Shopping >Tiffany & Co
Worst experience ever..
I went to this Tiffany's store looking to add some pieces to my small Atlas collection and I've never been treated in such a downright condenscending manner. After walking around the store for about 3 minutes, me and my friends were never greeted. The various salespeople who were not with other clients, would look up and look away without even acknowledging our prescence. It felt as if the security guy was speaking code every time he walked by, which he did approximately 5 times in the few minutes we were in the store. Perhaps we did not reflect some Bocaesque elegance that may have garnered some kind of reception. We finally requested assistance from a salesperson who briskly directed us to the back of the store, and walked away and didn't even bother assist us further. The face she made after her 3rd glance at us, almost seemed like pure disgust. Had I not minded my manners at that moment, I wouldve glady reminded her of who was shopping, and who was ringing me up.
They almost seemed relieved when we finally walked out after 5 minutes, I guess my $300 is not important to Tiffanys. so I'll gladly spend it elsewhere.
Home to the blue boxes that represent classic style and impeccable taste..
From its legendary blue boxes to its ever-popular six-prong diamond solitaire engagement ring, Tiffany's is a staple in the jewelry industry. Although diamonds, emeralds and sapphires represent 70 percent of total sales, tableware, gifts and accessories are popular items as well. Pleasant and accommodating, the sales staff serves customers with respect, whether they're buying a $40 glass vase or a $40,000 diamond bracelet.
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