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What Is the Tiffany Bezet Design?

Updated: Mar 4, 2022

If you’re in the market for an engagement ring, it’s likely you’ve considered Tiffany & Co. already. In fact, even if you haven’t been to a Tiffany store or if you haven’t considered a Tiffany & Co. engagement ring, the rings you have considered are very likely based on elements of Tiffany & Co. designs! See, Tiffany and Co. revolutionized the diamond industry and revolutionized the engagement ring industry as well. In their one-hundred and seventy-five year history, they’ve pushed for standards for diamonds, standards for precious metals, and for levels of integrity in everything having to do with jewelry. Such commitment to excellence is exemplified perfectly in their Bezet engagement ring design.

A round brilliant diamond is the centerpiece of this stone, and it’s displayed elegantly with a beautiful, sleek platinum bezel raised above the band. The bezel encircles the girdle (where the top and bottom half of the diamond meet) but keeps the crown (top) and the pavilion (bottom) of the diamond visible so the gem can catch light more effectively and so that it’s dazzling brilliance can be admired. The design is streamlined and modern but still displays elegant classic sensibility, and as with all Tiffany & Co. jewelry, the design never gets in the way of the natural beauty of the materials involved.

If you’re looking for an engagement ring, why not stop by Bert Levi Family Jewelers? Our downtown showroom is conveniently located in the Gaslamp District and one of our GIA Accredited Jewelry Professionals would be happy to show you our collection of pre-owned Tiffany & Co. engagement rings. While our inventory is very fluid and we might not have a specific design in stock at any given time, our network of distributors can usually help us find what you’re looking for. Drop in and see why countless San Diegans already consider us the first choice for engagement rings. We’d love to see you, and we’re standing by to help.

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