Tiffany Productions was formed by then superstar Mae Murray and her then director husband Robert Z. Leonard and Maurice H. Hoffman who filmed 8 films together that were released through Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Starting in 1925 with Souls for Sables, Tiffany released films under their own name. Tiffany made a total of 70 sound features, twenty which were Westerns. Tiffany booked its films into nearly 2.500 theatres.
John M. Stahl was the director of Tiffany from 1927 until selling out in 1930 renaming the company Tiffany-Stahl Productions. Head of Tiffany was Phil Goldstone with his vice president M.H. Hoffman who later was president of Liberty Films that merged into Republic Pictures. Leonard A Young who similtaneously ran LA Young Spring and Wire Company bought into Tiffany from Hoffman in 1929
Among films produced by Tiffany were:
They were sued by Tiffany & Co. for trademark infringement, using such slogans as "Another Gem from Tiffany".
One reason for Tiffany's failure was that it did not have a profitable distribution network.