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What Is the Tiffany Soleste Design?

Updated: Mar 4, 2022

Tiffany & Co. is renowned for its engagement rings, and there’s no mystery about that at all. For one-hundred and seventy-five years, the name Tiffany has represented the most beautiful diamonds and the most beautiful designs on Earth. Is it any wonder that the company is so popular a best-selling novel and Academy Award winning film was named for them? Tiffany is so much more than an Audrey Hepburn role, though, and their engagement rings are more than just the famed Tiffany setting. In fact, for a touch of luxurious opulence, it’s hard to beat the Tiffany Soleste design.

The key to the Soleste design is the remarkable way Tiffany designers have managed to maintain classic elegance while simultaneously creating a lush and ornate design. While we tend to think of diamond solitaires when we think of Tiffany & Co., their engagement designs are not limited to a single stone. The Soleste takes a round brilliant, oval, cushion cut, or pear shaped center stone and encircles it with two rows of diamonds, creating a stunningly brilliant overall effect that magnifies the beauty of the main stone. Perhaps it is the fact that the band, too, is inset with brilliant diamonds that makes this striking piece seem elegantly beautiful rather than over the top.

The Soleste is a perfect choice for the future bride who enjoys a bit of showiness but never gaudiness. The splendor of the generous number of hand set diamonds, the beauty of the center stone, and the arrangement of all the parts somehow come together to display both luxury and restraint. Perhaps only Tiffany & Co. could accomplish such a feat.

Bert Levi Family Jewelers has an ample inventory of pre-owned Tiffany & Co. engagement rings and we’d love to show you what we have. Though we can’t guarantee we’ll have a Soleste in stock, we can oftentimes locate one for you with our network of distributors. Drop by our conveniently located downtown San Diego Showroom and let one of our GIA Accredited Jewelry Professionals show you what we have. We’d love to have the opportunity to make you a customer for life.

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