Don’t dish it out on a $950 “paper plate” if you can’t take it, Tiffany & Co.
The jewelry company just launched a new line with a name that’s laughable to anyone who’s ever stepped foot inside a Tiffany store. The “Everyday Objects” collection is a range of items like $95 paper cups, $1,000 tin cans and $275 pencil sharpeners, each one made with materials like sterling silver and gold with an absurd price tag to match.
Our personal favorite, the paper clip bookmark, is made with 18 karat gold and retails for a whopping $1,500.
Even if it wasn’t Tiffany’s intention to troll customers with wildly priced “tin” cans ― the company didn’t return a request for comment ― social media was more than willing to troll the company right back.
that paperclip better be able to keep my life together https://t.co/RbyvuX393F— Annabeth (@lolnollacp) November 6, 2017
WHY WOULD ANYONE PAY $1,000 FOR A. TIN. CAN????? pic.twitter.com/U5MnJ3YgFw— chantalle (@chntlcmnro) November 6, 2017
Tiffany and co is really out here trying to sell a ball of yarn for $9000 pic.twitter.com/7V8IOUMUfp— . (@laichronicles) November 4, 2017
Tiffany is selling a can for $1,000.— Jennifer Wright (@JenAshleyWright) November 7, 2017
In other news, I now understand why people stormed the Bastille.https://t.co/Gq3pNxjySJ
Should I buy a new iPhone or get a tin can from Tiffanys pic.twitter.com/MVe0RnKOxn— Joan La Croix-ford (@ITSMYKOL) October 27, 2017
When panhandling before the big riot, don't be caught without this stunning $1,000 tin can from Tiffany's pic.twitter.com/Mgw5IEup2H— The Safest Space (@TheSafestSpace) November 5, 2017
Head to Tiffany & Co. to shop or, more likely, to gawk.
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.