Tiffany Evergarden (ティファニー・エヴァーガーデン, Tifanī Evāgāden?) is a character in the Violet Evergarden series. She is an eldery woman who, of her own volition, took in Violet after being contacted by Gilbert. She lost her son during the war.

Appearance Edit

Tiffany is an elderly woman with grey hair worn in a bun. Several strands of hair frame her face, and she has light brown eyes. She wears a silk nightgown.

Personality Edit

She is a very kind and considerate woman, as she excitedly agreed to take Violet in and warmly welcomed her to her home. She is also polite, well-mannered and lady-like. She can be rather honest and is not afraid to voice her opinions, but she is very caring and has strong parental instincts. Although she is a bit surprised by Violet's eccentric behavior, she genuinely cares for her. She is also deeply sad by her son's death and misses him dearly.[1]

History Edit

Tiffany is the head of the prestigious Evergarden family, where she lived with her husband Patrick and her son. When the war broke out, Tiffany's son was killed in action. Somewhere during this time, Tiffany was contacted by Gilbert, who saw the Evergarden family as his most trusted distant relatives, and asked her to take in Violet after the war, to which Tiffany agreed. Tiffany's husband also left her in the house and confined himself in a far-off town for unknown reasons.[1]

Story Edit

Tiffany is only ever seen when Claudia Hodgins takes Violet to the Evergarden household. Tiffany is alone with several maids and butlers and warmly welcomes her into her home. Later that day, due to Violet's prosthetic arms, she gives Violet a pair of gloves to make it easier to move around. This gift is something Violet very often uses.[2]

Relationships Edit

  • Patrick Evergarden - Patrick is Tiffany's husband. Currently, since Patrick left her and moved to another town, she has mixed feelings towards him. She acknowledges that he protects the land, but that he will certainly not see the scenery again before he passes. Since he is old, she knows that he is playing with snow and hopes that he will catch a cold. Tiffany also claims that if she had to let go of Violet, she would rather sell her husband. She also claims that a daughter like Violet is much cuter than a husband.
  • Son - After Tiffany's son died, she became very heartbroken, describing it as a feeling of having been stabbed in the chest. She misses him dearly and keeps a picture of him in her house.
  • Violet Evergarden - Tiffany agreed to take Violet in after the war, and she is very fond of her. Tiffany offered to teach Violet things such as schooling to etiquette, horsemanship, singing, cooking, and dancing. However, Violet would not enjoy any of them or show a remotely delighted expression. Despite that, Tiffany claims that, even though she is awkward, she believes she is a good child. Tiffany and her husband's hearts, which had been so hurt after their son died, are gradually healing thanks to Violet. Tiffany claims that she likes her sincere innocence. However, she also states that there is no meaning in adopting her; they took her in after hearing everything about her circumstances. She feels vexed about the fact that they have no blood relation and cannot replace Gilbert. However, she still genuinely cares for and loves Violet, as she claims that he would never send her off, and would rather sell her husband off rather than abandoning Violet. She also claims that Violet, as her daughter, is much cuter than a husband.[1]

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References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Volume 2, Chapter 2
  2. Episode 2