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What Is the Tiffany Lucida Design?

Updated: Mar 4, 2022

When you look up into the night sky, you’re seeing the same stars that inspired people throughout history, including those ancients who saw not only shining lights but heroes, gods, creatures, and more. The arrangement of the stars is fascinating and beautiful. Did you know that even with great variety, there’s one thing common to all constellations? They all have one star brighter than the rest. That star is called the lucida, and that’s where the Tiffany Lucida engagement ring design got its name. Staggeringly beautiful but still characterized by the tasteful elegance that makes a Tiffany & Co. engagement ring what it is, the Lucida is certainly a bright star in the world of jewelry.

The Tiffany Lucida features a unique-mixed cut that maximizes the face of the diamond while maintaining some of the wonderful light-reflecting qualities of the round brilliant cut. The result is a stone with wide corners that can either frame a square-cut or a rectangular cut. Since it’s a Tiffany & Co. ring, the stone is set beautifully to maximize its scintillating beauty. Whether it’s in a classic Tiffany & Co. band or a pronged set, the Tiffany & Co. Lucida is without a doubt the brightest star! When side diamonds are added to complement the ring, the effect is simply unbelievable. This just might be the perfect engagement ring for the brightest star in your life!

Bert Levi Family Jewelers is a third generation jeweler and a small family business. We’d consider it an honor to show you our inventory of pre-owned Tiffany & Co. engagement rings. We buy thousands of dollars’ worth of jewelry every week just so we can offer it to our customers. We would love for you to become one. If you stop by our conveniently located downtown San Diego showroom, we think you’ll find like countless San Diegans already have, that our reputation has been earned by striving to delight the customer in everything we do. Come see us. We’re in the Gaslamp District, and you’ll be glad you dropped in.

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