The Wedding Scoop's 8 Favourite Tiffany Engagement Rings



Lovers don't finally meet somewhere. They're in each other all along.

– Rumi


An engagement is a pivotal moment in a couple's journey of love, and Tiffany & Co. is synonymous with the quintessential symbol of engagements - the diamond engagement ring. This is in part because Tiffany & Co. utilizes only top-tier diamonds - in fact, 2 out of every 10,000 gem-quality stones are accepted by Tiffany & Co. for use in their jewellery - but it's also because Tiffany & Co. is responsible for some of the most beloved and iconic engagement rings of our time. In this feature, The Wedding Scoop proudly brings you 8 of our favourite Tiffany & Co. engagement rings in a variety of styles to suit every bride. Let the glittering commence!



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The eponymous Tiffany Setting is possibly the most iconic and well-known engagement ring in the world. It was introduced in 1886 by the founder of Tiffany & Co., Charles Lewis Tiffany. This ring is instantly recognizable by it's six-prong setting that lifts the round brilliant-cut diamond off the band and into the light, maximizing the reflection and refraction of light in the stone, imbuing it with glittering radiance, and allowing the full beauty of the diamond to be admired. This ring is at once classic and contemporary, striking and elegant - a truly timeless design.

Current stocks of Tiffany Setting engagement rings range from $2,400 for a 0.19 carat Tiffany Setting or from $12,100 for a 0.80 carat Tiffany Setting. Of course, all diamonds differ in quality, and carat weight is not the only factor determining price, but this should help serve as a gauge.





Tiffany's Harmony engagement ring comprises a round, brilliant-cut diamond set on a tapered platinum band. What we love about this is that a matching wedding band is also available, and it's tapered to follow the contours of the Harmony engagement ring so that they fit together perfectly and can be worn as a set. No more gaps between your engagement rings and wedding bands!



Tiffany & Co. is a company rich in heritage, and no ring highlights this more than the Schlumberger engagement ring, designed by Jean Michel Schlumberger, the celebrated French jewelry designer whose designs were remarkable for their whimsical interpretations of nature. Jean Schlumberger designed jewellery for Tiffany & Co. for around 20 years and his client base included royalty and icons of style such as Wallis, Duchess of Windsor, Greta Garbo, Mona Bismarck, Gloria Guinness, Gloria Vanderbilt, Elizabeth Taylor, Jacqueline Kennedy and Audrey Hepburn.

Characteristic of Schlumberger's sculptural, nature-inspired style, this ring depicts two bees in diamonds, with floral details in 18 karat gold and platinum. We picked this ring both for its heritage and striking appearance that stands out from other engagement ring designs. Also, check out more Tiffany & Co. Schlumberger rings below (top to bottom): Buds ring, Rope ring and Engagement ring 




The Tiffany Legacy engagement ring is inspired by period jewels - the centerpiece of the Legacy is a cushion cut diamond, surrounded by round bezel-set and bead-set diamonds, which were very popular in the early-middle 20th century. We love that the jewels are set in a milgrained platinum band, giving it an ornate, almost architectural feel.




The star (pardon the pun) of the Tiffany Novo is a cushion-shaped diamond with unique faceting, giving it the starry glitter of a brilliant-cut diamond. It sits in an elegant four-pronged setting with bead-set round diamonds along a platinum band. We picked this ring because a matching wedding band with bead-set round diamonds is also available in platinum, 18 karat yellow or rose gold, allowing brides to continue glittering after the wedding even if they're wearing their wedding band without the engagement ring.






The Tiffany Soleste engagement ring comprises a diamond encircled by 1-2 rings of bead-set diamonds. We were immediately drawn to this design because the halos of bead-set diamonds make the ring look larger than the center diamond itself actually is. The bead-set round diamonds also extend around the platinum band, making the ring glitter from all angles.



The Tiffany Etoile places a beautiful brilliant-cut round diamond in a classic bezel setting - one of the earliest-known techniques for setting stones in jewelry. We like that the broad, smooth platinum band subtly accentuates the vintage vibe that this engagement ring exudes.


As a bonus, we also decided to highlight the Tiffany Bezet, a contemporary take on the classic bezel setting. The Bezet is similar to the Etoile except that the bezel setting sits on a narrow platinum band. Both the Etoile and Bezet radiate understated, timeless elegance.



We love the Tiffany Lucida engagement ring because of the patented mixed cut of the Lucida diamond. The square-shaped Lucida diamond utilizes emerald-cut faceting on the crown (top part) and brilliant-cut faceting on the pavillion (bottom part), giving the diamond a unique visual pattern. The Lucida, with its wide corners, sits handsomely in a four-prong setting that melds into a smooth platinum or 18 karat gold band. We also picked this engagement ring because Lucida diamonds are available as pendants, earrings, bracelets and necklaces - perfect for brides who want complete, matching sets of jewellery.

Bonus: Grace


We couldn't round off this feature without mentioning the Tiffany Grace, which features a diamond centerpiece in the popular princess cut, set in a platinum band with round brilliant-cut diamonds. This engagement ring can't fail to make a girl feel like a princess!


And there you have it - The Wedding Scoop's 8 favourite Tiffany & Co. engagement rings! Be sure to check with one of Tiffany & Co.'s Bridal Specialists to find out what's currently in stock. Which design has swept your off your feet, Wedding Scoopers? Share it with us by leaving us a comment on Facebook or Instagram. We'd be delighted to hear from you! :)



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{This feature is brought to you in collaboration with Tiffany & Co.}