Catbird jewelry has had a tough year.

The jewelry maker is losing sales, and its new owners are trying to sell it to another brand.

But Tiffany and its owners are also looking for new ways to make money, and the dark, muted designs that catbird has been using for years have been one of them.

Now, it’s starting to get a second look.

A new, bold look, one that catbirds designer Tiffany Kornhauser says catbird is proud of.

The new catbird designs have a darker tone than catbird itself, but they are still bright and colorful, as the brand’s website explains.

Catbird, founded in 1978, has grown into a major global brand with a strong reputation for creating high-quality jewelry.

It has won more than 30 industry awards, including two Pulitzer Prizes for its work in the jewelry business.

The company says its catbird pieces are the perfect mix of elegant, eye-catching designs and bold color and patterning that appeal to women and men of all ages.

“We are proud to say that the catbird brand has been around for over 70 years,” said Tiffany Korkhauser, Catbird’s chief executive.

“Catbird is one of the most beautiful designs on earth, and catbird represents all that cat birds great heritage.”

For the past few years, catbirds designs have been popular among collectors and fashionistas.

But in an industry where designers often try to appeal to everyone, the designs have struggled to catch on.

“In the past, we were able to sell our catbird collections to brands in the US and Europe,” said Kristin Linder, the chief creative officer at catbird.

“It’s not the same reaction that you’d get in the past.” “

A lot of people have been very surprised at the reception they’ve received,” Linder added.

“It’s not the same reaction that you’d get in the past.”

Catbird started out in the 1930s and quickly rose to become one of America’s most successful designers.

Its designs have won several Grammys, including the American Heart Association’s Favorite Jewelry Award in 2008.

But over the years, the brand lost some of its popularity.

In 2011, the company’s parent company, the Swiss-based J. Walter Thompson & Sons, sold the company to New York’s Guggenheim for $1.1 billion.

The deal gave catbird more autonomy and the ability to focus on its core business of making jewelry for women and their children.

Tiffany and Gugginheimer announced a deal last month to revive the company.

“Our goal with the new company is to create a brand that will thrive on the strength of our original products,” said Linder.

“That’s our goal as well.”

A brand that cat bird is proud to own.

Catbirds founder Kristin Kornhouser says her company has always been about the art and craftsmanship of catbird design.

It’s an aesthetic that caters to both men and women.

“The catbird family has been with us since the beginning, but it’s always been a very personal experience,” Kornhafers website explains, adding that she hopes to be a part of the brand going forward.

Catberg is working to create an even more sophisticated line of jewelry, and Kornhuas will be designing a line of accessories for the brand.

“There is a lot more than just catbird,” Korkhafer said.

“If you think about the world of fashion, there’s so much more.

This is a very big deal for us,” she added.