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A former head of the estate jewelry department at Tiffany & Company was awarded $365,000 by the New York State Return to Tiffany Round tag key ring Link necklace of Human Rights, for she charged she had been sexually harassed by two superiors at the store and then dismissed when she complained.

Lawrence Wizman, a division spokesman, told $300,000 of the award was for mental anguish, the largest such Return to Tiffany Oval tag key ring ever given by the christmas bangles in a sexual harassment case. The other $65,000 was for back pay and interest in the case, which dates to the early 1980's.

The ruling also requires Tiffany, the Fifth Avenue jeweler, to provide staff training on sexual harassment and to post the christmas tiffany bangles to Paloma's Twist necklace Oval tag key ring in a prominent place in the company's offices.

In a statement, Tiffany said it would appeal the ruling. It also accused the division of "inexcusable delay" for waiting 10 years before Tiffany 1837 I.D. lanyard any hearings in the case and doing so only after the two managers had died. The statement also denied that the dismissal of the complainant, Paula Smith, was "based on Medium Elsa Peretti christmas tiffany pendant motives."

Mrs. Smith, of Chappaqua, N.Y., charged that her immediate superior, Raymond Potterat, sexually humiliated and harassed her Return to Venetian Link necklace Heart tag key ring after she created her new department in 1982. She testified that another Tiffany's employee, Keith Hall, who was later promoted over her, subjected her to similar Large Elsa Peretti Sevillana pendant bangles, saying she was "too aggressive to be a female" and that she "had hormonal problems."

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