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How to Choose a Tiffany & Co Engagement Ring

Updated: Mar 4, 2022

If you’re planning to ask someone special to marry you and you’ve decided on a Tiffany & Co. engagement ring, you’ve decided on something incredibly special in both regards! There is no more well-respected brand of engagement rings and, of course, there’s nothing we know about more special than an engagement. However, you’re not just buying a name and the person you want to marry isn’t just some girl. Bert Levi Family Jewelers would like to offer you some tips to make sure the Tiffany & Co. engagement ring you choose is perfect for you. We have a nice inventory of pre-owned Tiffany & Co. engagement rings but we think these tips will help you even if you buy a new ring.

Pick the Right Design for Your Beloved

Tiffany & Co. engagement rings come in various designs. If you would describe the one you love as elegant and restrained, the famous Tiffany setting is a great way to go. The ring itself is simple but it shows off the diamond to wonderful effect. If she’s a little more outgoing and showy, you might consider a more intricate design with multiple diamonds. Remember, the ring should match the personalities of the people involved so don’t just choose randomly!

Pick the Right Metal for Your Fiancé

Think about whether or not white gold, platinum, or yellow gold would work best for your fiancé. What kinds of colors does she favor? What metal is used in jewelry she wears now? Again, remember that the ring is a symbol of your relationship. If she’s a favors wearing bright colors, think in terms of yellow gold. If she tends more toward subdued colors or blacks and whites, choose platinum or shit gold.

Pick the Right Diamond for Your Fiancé

Tiffany diamonds are world-renowned, and there’s a good reason for that. If was Tiffany & Co. that laid the groundwork for what would later become the Gemological Institute of America’s “four C” system. There is a great deal of information available about diamond quality so we won’t address that here but we want to make sure you keep in mind that you shouldn’t overspend. Stay within your budget so that you don’t start your marriage off on shaky financial ground!

A Tiffany & Co. engagement ring is the best of the best, and we hope these tips are a help to you whether you buy a pre-owned ring from us or a new ring from Tiffany’s itself.

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