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How to Pick a Vintage Tiffany & Co. Engagement Ring

Updated: Mar 4, 2022

There may be no company more associated with engagement rings than Tiffany & Co, and that’s not surprising. The Tiffany setting is the standard for engagement rings and the contributions this company has made to jewelry standards of excellence can’t be overstated. If you’re looking to buy a vintage Tiffany & Co. engagement ring, here are some thoughts to keep in mind.

First and Foremost, Consider Your Budget

At Bert Levi Family Jewelers, we believe everyone is entitled to a lovely and elegant engagement ring, and there’s no question that Tiffany & Co engagement rings fit that bill. However, we also believe that couples just starting out should be careful not to get themselves into financial trouble. Some Tiffany & Co. rings can run into the tens of thousands of dollars. Make sure you know what you really afford to spend. Pre-owned jewelry is more affordable than new jewelry so you can take advantage of better buying power but don’t hurt your future! You can always upgrade to a nicer ring when you an afford it.

Match the Ring to Your Tastes, Not the Reverse

When you buy an engagement ring, you shouldn’t just buy a name, not even a name as revered as Tiffany & Co. The wonderful thing about Tiffany & Co. engagement rings is that they’re available in a great many styles. In fact, with a 175 year history, Tiffany & Co engagement rings are available in more styles than you can imagine. Make sure you have an idea of what appeals to your beloved’s sense of style and also what might match her personality. Your relationship is very personal, and your engagement ring should be as well.

Find an Expert

A vintage Tiffany & Co. engagement ring is a substantial investment, and you should make sure to find someone reliable to help guide you through the process. GIA Accredited Jewelry Professionals can help you understand the diamond as well as the design. Buy from a reputable jeweler and take care to consider their reputation. With a great deal of money at stake, you owe it to yourself. More importantly, though, your engagement ring is the symbol of your commitment and your love. Shouldn’t you find someone who do all he can to make it perfect for you?

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