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Tiffany Jewelry Diamond Engagement Ring, Wedding Band Review
Tiffany Engagement Rings
For many jewelry lovers and buyers, Tiffany & Co. engagement rings and wedding bands remain the brand's most exclusive and sought for items. Their status has become iconic: wrapped in trademark blue box, they give the words “commitment” and “companionship” a new, fresh polish.
And though Tiffany engagement rings make one of the safest choices on the market, the designs on offer include, besides classic and familiar configurations, notably riskier, more fashion oriented pieces.
Tiffany ring department consists of over three hundred products (currently in production and on sale in stores), made of gold, sterling silver, and platinum, and decorated with a gemstones or metalwork. Only a small part of this inventory is intended as strictly wedding or engagement artefacts; these rings form several collections which we would like to discuss in more detail:
Bezet platinum and diamond rings embody classic design ideas of clarity and harmony: s single stone, shaped as a heart, teardrop, circle or square crowns a slender band of metal. One model opts for small diamond inclusions inside the band instead of one large piece atop.
Novo rings keep in line with classic properties, but take a turn towards luxury. Small diamonds cover the metal base completely in the bands, while the ring itself features a large square stone.
Etoile ring contains the larger diamond within the band, displaying a shift towards urban and sleek, aerodynamic aesthetic. This is not your standard classic design, as it allows the platinum to vie with the stone for attention.
Lucida returns to familiar jewelry settings, though the platinum band receives a twist – a change from the straightforward cylindric shape of other collections. The change allows the small luxurious diamonds sparkle, and enhance the sheen of the main stone, made in various cuts for different models.
Legacy diamond engagement rings exhibit early 20th century influences (Edwardian period), and establish a link to the past, emphasizing Tiffany's long history in jewelry making.