Tiffany and Co. is a worldwide known high-end jewelry company that many know by its little blue boxes, and on Thursday, its famous designer, Elsa Peretti, died at 80-years-old.

Peretti met the fashion designer, Halston, when she moved to New York after a modeling career in Spain. The designer worked with Tiffany & Co. and helped Peretti get into the company in 1974, and the rest is history, according to Vogue.

While she didn’t design every piece of jewelry for the company, she did design about 10% of their pieces.

"A masterful artisan, Elsa was responsible for a revolution in the world of jewelry design. Her collections of organic, sensual forms have inspired generations," the company said in a statement. "Elsa's relationship with style and the natural world was profoundly personal and strongly reflected in her creations. Over the past nearly 50 years Elsa has created some of the most innovative jewelry and object designs in the world."

Here’s a look at some of the most popular lines she designed while with Tiffany & Co.

The Bean

This design represents “life’s beginning,” according to the company’s website. Customers can get this shape in various necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings and other items like purses and paperweights, in gold, silver or rose gold.

The Bone

The Bone cuff just celebrated its 50-year anniversary and has been described as a “groundbreaking design.” There are many different styles to choose from that range anywhere from $1,000 to $26,000.

The Thumbprint

This entire line is filled with items like small dishes, crystal glass sets, bracelet cuffs, bottle stoppers, bowls, plates, vases and more. Many of the items are sold out, but if customers are interested, they can be emailed when they’re back in stock.

The Teardrop

Peretti not only has designed the teardrop shape earrings, pendants and other jewelry pieces, but she also designed the signature teardrop perfume bottle.

The iconic blue boxes of Tiffany & Co will now belong to French luxury giant LVMH
The iconic blue boxes of Tiffany & Co will now belong to French luxury giant LVMH AFP / STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN