top of page

What Is the Tiffany Legacy Design?

Updated: Mar 4, 2022

For one-hundred and seventy-five years Tiffany & Co. has been a leader in the world of jewelry. In many ways, their story is all about revolutionizing the way people think about design, the way people think about natural beauty, and the way people think about jewelry. They departed from the overly ostentatious style of the day and instead focused on elegant designs that showcased the beauty of the materials. They pushed for standards in the industry, a revolutionary concept at the time. It wouldn’t be hard to say that Charles Tiffany’s legacy is one of innovation, and he left behind a company that is always looking toward the future.

But that doesn’t mean Tiffany & Co. can’t appreciate the past.

In fact, their Legacy engagement ring design is a wonderful homage to a wonderful period of history. Designed to pay homage to the Edwardian period, a period characterized by exquisitely detailed and intricately crafted rings. The Tiffany Legacy certainly accomplishes the look, feel, and glamor of the Edwardian period with a cushion cut diamond surrounded by smaller diamonds and displayed proudly on a band with more diamonds. Somehow, even with the generous number of gems, Tiffany & Co. still manages to maintain the unpretentious elegance that made them the most popular engagement ring jeweler in the world.

Bert Levi Family Jewelers is proud to offer pre-owned Tiffany & Co. engagement rings. We buy thousands of dollars’ worth of jewelry every week, and we’d love the opportunity to show you our inventory. Drop by our conveniently located downtown San Diego showroom and let one of our GIA Accredited Jewelry Professionals help you get started with the engagement ring of her dreams. Intricate and ornate yet elegant—that’s the Tiffany Legacy. With other Tiffany & Co. engagement rings in stock and more than three-thousand designs of our own, we’re sure you’ll find something perfect. Come see us. You’ll be glad you did.

Recent Posts

See All

The Tiffany & Co. 1837 Collection

When Charles Louis Tiffany convinced his father to provide a loan so he and his partner could open their “stationery and fancy goods” store in New York, he probably had no idea the legacy he was helpi

The Tiffany & Co. Yellow Diamonds

Perhaps there is nothing that displays luxury and beauty more than a diamond, and there’s no company on Earth with diamonds more beautiful than those from Tiffany & Co. Nearly every standard imaginabl

The Tiffany & Co. Ziegfeld Collection

Unlike other styles of design, which favors organic and flowing forms, art deco styles of jewelry are famous for their geometric shapes, angles, and symmetry. The style was hugely popular in the 1920s


bottom of page