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What Is the Tiffany Embrace Design?

Updated: Mar 4, 2022

Sometimes, the only appropriate way to showcase a diamond is with more diamonds! The Tiffany & Co diamond design known as the Tiffany Embrace does just that. It was created to showcase a single diamond in a way that typifies love, passion, and the embrace of two hearts joined together in harmony. Do you often think about your loved one’s embrace? Why not commemorate that with a symbol of commitment and love she’ll never forget? A Tiffany & Co. engagement ring might be just the thing for you, and a Tiffany Embrace design might be the most appropriate way to symbolize the passion and true love the two of you share.

The Tiffany Embrace design showcases a beautiful round brilliant diamond by encircling it in a diamond bezel. The overall effect is one of romance and beauty that certainly fits the name. With diamonds set along the band and the flawless craftsmanship that can only come from Tiffany & Co., we’re pretty sure this ring will go over very well with your beloved. It’s romantic, beautiful and filled with elegance. We think the ring is certain to delight both of you. In fact, we’re pretty sure it will result in an embrace of two! The Tiffany Embrace is yet another reason the name Tiffany & Co. has become synonymous with engagement rings.

Bert Levi Family Jewelers buys thousands’ of dollars’ worth of jewelry every single week at our downtown San Diego showroom. We do it so we can offer lovely rings like the Tiffany Grace at more affordable, pre-owned prices. Come see us. We’re conveniently located in the Gaslamp District, and one our GIA Accredited Jewelry Professionals will be happy to show you our inventory and help you with your engagement ring. In addition to our pre-owned engagement rings from Tiffany & Co. and others, we have more than three-thousand designs in stock for new engagement rings. Drop by and let us help. You’ll be glad you did.

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