Tiffany & Co. may be breaking up with Elsa Peretti, its long-time jewelry partner.
The New York-based retailer’s relationship with the Italian designer began in 1974. Since 2009, Peretti-designed jewelry has accounted for 10 percent of Tiffany’s net sales, the company said. In 2011, Tiffany reported revenues of $3.64 billion.
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