November 26, 2012

Tiffany’s Experts Help You Find Your Dream Engagement Ring

It is said that the American holiday of Thanksgiving marks the beginning of a period of time symbolically named ” Engagement Fever”, which ends with the New Year’s celebrations. Thus, there’s plenty of time until then to dream about the perfect engagement ring.

Whether you and your man already know for sure that you’re getting engaged, or you let him take the reins and select an engagement ring and a proposal date on his own (I say, let him surprise you, if he loves you, he should know what kind of ring you like), Tiffany’s is the best place to find the perfect engagement ring that will sparkle and remind you of your love for the rest of your life.


It was actually Tiffany’s founder, Charles Lewis Tiffany, that introduced the engagement ring as we know it, back in 1886. Before that, diamond rings used to be set in bezels, and it was him who had a ring designed that would highlight brilliant-cut diamonds by lifting the stone off the band into the light, which is now known as the Tiffany Setting, a setting famous all over the world.

The Tiffany’s website is the best place to start looking for an engagement ring. It has an easy to use guide, which will help you decide what king of ring you want and would best suit you. Find your perfect ring by creating custom designs. You can play around with diamond shapes (choose round, princess, emerald, cushion, oval, marquise and many other cuts), settings (solitaire, three stone, pavé, diamond band, side stones), choose metals (platinum or gold) and decide upon designs (Tiffany setting, Tiffany Legacy, Tiffany Grace, Etoile, and many others).

Additionally, you can choose to request an in-store consultation, so that a Tiffany’s expert can give you advice and answer any questions you might have.

You can count on Tiffany’s to make your dreams come true and make sure the most important piece of jewelry that you’ll ever receive in your life, the one that will always remind you of your love, is perfect.

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