- Tiffany & Co. Streamerica Collection
- Sterling Silver.
- Produced 2002.
- Made in Spain.
- Retail Price $130 US dollars.
Tiffany & Co.’s Streamerica in Sterling Silver is the third line of accesories inspired by the 1930’s Streamlined Design. Proud structured metal surfaces with clean and slick lines. A design motif that is pure Tiffany and simply beautiful. Although this line centers around an office theme, there are some men’s accesories that provide a “new” way of enjoying Tiffany’s great line that had been discontinued for some years. After the initial launch of the stainless steel line in 1993, the design was passed on to the exclusive 18K gold collection in 2000. The sterling silver pieces date from 2002 and most were made in Spain.
These pieces in Sterling Silver were widely accessible due to their low prices. They were made to be used and enjoyed daily. The only downside to using these sterling products is that they are more maleable and get scratched a lot easier than their stainless steel or 18K gold items.
The last item that was still available for purchased in the US website of at http://www.tiffany.com was the magnifier in 2014 I believe.
Each piece in the Streamerica line is designed to complement each other to form a cohesive statement in sterling silver.
This sterling silver money clip not only serves as a way to hold your cash bills in place, but can also be used as a decorative item in your home. I have clipped this decoration to a leather pencil I have since I really do not use a money clip and have never really gotten a chance to use it as such. It is good to note that this piece has the markings: STREAMERICA 2002 TIFFANY & CO. 925 Spain. It’s also Made in Spain.
Detailed Photos of Streamerica Sterling Silver Money Clip.
Similar money clips cost around $250 at Tiffany.com. I personally prefer the stainless steel model from the early 90’s. The Laminar Money Clip. It has more elegant lines and the feel of the stainless steel is so much colder and smoother than the sterling silver.