Lifestyle Tiffany's unveils 2015 holiday windows By DIANA COLAPIETRO Updated December 7, 2015 6:29 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Tiffany & Co. revealed its holiday windows at their Fifth Avenue flagship store on Nov. 13. "This year we're celebrating Tiffany's heritage of luxury in a winter wonderland, as depicted in miniature theatres of the 19th century," Richard Moore, vice president of creative visual merchandising, said in a statement. Window displays feature courtyard gates that open up to a tree, a grand staircase, a bow bridge, a sleigh and a stag made of Nymphenburg porcelain. A light show of illuminated crystals will shine on the Fifth Avenue flagship's facade. The design is inspired by the fireworks display for the Tiffany Diamond at the 1939 New York World's Fair, as noted in a press release, and it honors the 75th anniversary of the exhibit. The display consists of four reproductions that are 106 feet in height and highlight a yellow center stone to recreate the 128.54-carat Tiffany Diamond, according to the release. Tree in holiday windows at Tiffany & Co. Photo Credit: Tiffany & Co. White gates open up to reveal a beautifully detailed tree set in a snowy scene. Cherubs of Tiffany's Photo Credit: Tiffany & Co. In this window, the beauty of the Nymphenburg porcelain cherubs present a fanciful, wintry scene. Bow bridge scene Photo Credit: Tiffany & Co. A whimsical portrayal of a bow bridge in the winter complete with ornate designs. Climbing up stairs never looked so luxuious Photo Credit: Tiffany and Co. A theatrical arch surrounds the window showing this staircase decorated with gifts. Tiffany & Co.'s display of a Nymphenburg porcelain reindeer and sleigh Photo Credit: Tiffany & Co. A sleigh filled with the most expensive toys on the market. Stag made of Nymphenburg porcelain Photo Credit: Tiffany & Co. Trees covered in snow surround a porcelain stag decorated with jewels. By DIANA COLAPIETRO Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Secrets of Tiffany's: The Trump connection, moreWe're just crazy about Tiffany's! Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.