NEW YORK — Citing holiday sales that clearly lacked sparkle, Tiffany & Co. warned investors Tuesday that the famed jewelry company had lowered its earnings guidance for the fourth quarter and full year.

On a morning conference call, Tiffany said worldwide comparable-store sales for the November and December period dwindled 1 percent, falling short of the company’s low-double-digit sales plan. Total sales for the two months rose 8 percent to $509.1 million and were up 6 percent on a constant exchange rate basis.

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