tiffany wedding rings

Amer­i­can jew­el­ry brand Tiffany & Co. has long been leg­endary. Prob­a­bly, there is not a sin­gle girl on earth who would not dream of receiv­ing the cov­et­ed turquoise-blue box with a white rib­bon and a beau­ti­ful dec­o­ra­tion inside. Espe­cial­ly if, along with the gift, she also receives a mar­riage pro­pos­al, because Tiffany’s wed­ding rings are the stan­dard for such rings.

His­to­ry of the Tiffany & Co. brand

The firm was formed in 1837 when Charles Tiffany and John Young opened a small sta­tionery shop on Broad­way. This busi­ness did not bring the part­ners a big prof­it, but they did not give up and start­ed pro­duc­ing jew­el­ry. In the same year, the famous shade of blue was invent­ed espe­cial­ly for Tiffany, which is used as the brand’s “vis­it­ing card” to this day. Fur­ther, pro­duc­tion went only uphill. Tiffany was the first to use 925 ster­ling sil­ver for the pro­duc­tion of jew­el­ry, which was lat­er rec­og­nized as the stan­dard for jew­el­ry.

In 1845 Tiffany & Co. pub­lish­es the first “Blue book” cat­a­logue, in which it presents its prod­ucts. They are loved by many celebri­ties and the pow­er­ful of this world. Well, Tiffany dia­mond engage­ment rings are the dream of many girls.

Tiffany engagement and wedding rings

In 1877, the firm becomes the own­er of the famous 287-carat yel­low dia­mond found in the mines of South Africa. This stone was cut in Tiffany’s work­shop into a 128-carat dia­mond with 90 facets (although the stan­dard bril­liant cut has only 58 facets), which was anoth­er indi­ca­tion of the skill of the jew­el­ers of this com­pa­ny. A few years lat­er, the famous “Tiffany Set­ting” appeared, which became the stan­dard for wed­ding rings around the world. The fact is that for the first time in an engage­ment ring with a Tiffany dia­mond, the stone was not recessed into the met­al, but was car­ried out of the jew­el­ry, secured by 6 met­al paws. This form has become very pop­u­lar around the world. The orig­i­nal Tiffany rings for many fam­i­lies has become not just an orna­ment, but a fam­i­ly heir­loom that is passed down from gen­er­a­tion to gen­er­a­tion.

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Wedding clutches

Now Tiffany & Co. offers a huge selec­tion of wed­ding rings, both with a clas­sic design and with unusu­al and inter­est­ing solu­tions. Lovers can choose paired Tiffany gold engage­ment rings that will per­fect­ly match each oth­er and tell every­one about your strong feel­ings and emo­tion­al inti­ma­cy. There are many del­i­cate and thin rings made of Tiffany gold in the col­lec­tion of the brand, in which dia­monds are not tak­en out of the jew­el­ry, but are sunk into the met­al. These rings are suit­able for young girls. They look fresh and unusu­al.

Also at the peak of fash­ion now are Tiffany Love rings, made of pre­cious met­al with an engrav­ing of this word. The pecu­liar­i­ty of this piece of jew­el­ry lies in the fact that the design­er placed the dia­mond stone not exact­ly in the cen­ter, but where the let­ter O in the Eng­lish word “love” should be. Such a ring will def­i­nite­ly look unusu­al and, at the same time, very touch­ing and fem­i­nine.

But no mat­ter what ring the buy­er pur­chas­es, he can always be sure that he receives the high­est qual­i­ty jew­el­ry made of pre­cious met­als and stones of the high­est qual­i­ty and pro­fes­sion­al pro­cess­ing. Jew­el­ers and design­ers from Tiffany & Co. — world-renowned mas­ters of their craft and sub­tle con­nois­seurs of beau­ty.