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What is the Tiffany Etoile Design?

Updated: Mar 4, 2022

Tiffany & Co. is a cutting edge company, and it’s not often that can be said about a company that’s more than a hundred years old, much less one that’s almost two hundred years old. From the time it was founded in 1837, though, Tiffany has been on the forefront of modernization of design. From the company’s rejection of overly showy designs when they were founded to their revolutionary engagement ring advancements, no company has shown more commitment to continual improvement of designs that Tiffany & Co. Perhaps the perfect example of that commitment is the sleek and elegant form of the Tiffany Etoile engagement ring design.

The Etoile is named after the French word for “star” and it certainly makes the diamond the star of the ring. Set in a platinum bezel, the crown of the diamond draws the eye and the elegant, modern band doesn’t distract from the beauty of the stone at all. It’s sleek and beautiful, and it’s designed to work perfectly with a matching wedding band. With or without additional diamonds on the band, the Etoile is certain to bring a smile to the face of the star in your life. The band is available in platinum, white gold, or yellow gold, and the beauty of this engagement ring design can’t be overstated.

Bert Levi Family Jewelers has an inventory of pre-owned Tiffany & Co. engagement rings and one of our GIA Accredited Jewelry Professionals would be very happy to show you our collection. Our inventory moves very fast, so we can’t guarantee there will be a Tiffany Etoile in stock when you visit. Nonetheless, we can usually track one down through our many relationships in the jewelry community. We’re a third generation jeweler and a small family business. We’d love to show you what countless San Diegans already know, that we’re committed to our customers. Come see us at our conveniently located downtown San Diego Showroom. You’ll be glad you did.

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