Valentine’s Day: Tiffany & Co. Diamonds

So far I’ve shown off some of the beautiful colored stones that you can find at Tiffany & Co., including the striking pink diamonds and the fabulous Australian yellow diamonds.

Today’s post is for the classic diamond lovers out there!


Did you know that Tiffany & Co. is actually responsible for establishing the traditional solitare engagement ring? What you know as a classic diamond engagement ring is still called the “Tiffany Setting” today.


So not only does Tiffany & Co. have a rich heritage when it comes to diamonds, they’re also known in the industry for going a step beyond in order to ensure that you’re getting the best, most ethically sourced stones. I grew up listening to my father lecture educate me on the diamond industry so this is something that’s exceptionally important to me.


When I saw this Victoria band I completely fell in love. Tiffany’s Victoria collection is one of my favorites, it’s very distinct as most of the pieces have these stunning little diamond leaves that make them stand out. One of my very first jewelry crushes was actually this ring from the Victoria collection – I fell in love with in during college.

One day it will be mine!


{Photography by J. Villarete Photography & Make-Up by Klaudia Mayer}

So tell me, what’s YOUR diamond style – Bold pink stones, retro glam yellow diamonds, or a classic solitaire?


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