We're Celebrating 75 Years of Tiffany's New York Flagship with our Favorite Engagement Rings
Since it's inception in 1837, Tiffany & Co. has set the standard for brilliant, meticulously selected diamonds, as well as created classic engagement ring designs that have stood the test of time. That's more than 177 years of being a part of countless love stories worldwide and their flagship store, located on Fifth Avenue, has been at the start of many of those stories. So, in honor of the 75th anniversary of the flagship's opening in 1940, we've rounded up our top ten favorite Tiffany engagement rings you can shop now!
The Tiffany Setting Engagement Ring
Dubbed the "the Ring of Rings", The Tiffany Setting was created over a century ago and completely changed the way engagement rings were made. Instead of setting the diamond in a bezel, so only the top was visible, Tiffany & Co. created a raised claw that not only held the diamond securely, but it also used less metal so the brilliance of the diamond wasn't obscured.
Tiffany & Co. The Tiffany Setting 18k yellow gold, $11,700, Tiffany.com
Tiffany Soleste Engagement Ring
Classic and elegant, the Tiffany Soleste engagement ring takes shine to the next level with a cushion cut diamond surrounded by a double row of bead-set diamonds and a diamond band.
Tiffany & Co. Tiffany Soleste, $14,400, Tiffany.com
Tiffany Soleste Pear Engagement Ring
This engagement ring has all the beautiful details of the original Soleste ring, with it's bead-set diamonds and platinum diamond band, but adds a modern twist with a pearl-shaped center diamond.
Tiffany & Co. Soleste Pear-Shaped Engagement Ring, $14,100, Tiffany.com
Cushion Cut Yellow Diamond Engagement Ring
If you're looking to break from tradition, a colorful engagement ring like this Cushion cut yellow diamond ring may be the perfect pick! With a simple platinum band, the bright yellow hue of the diamond will look striking on any ring finger.
Tiffany & Co. Cushion Cut Yellow Diamond, $17,500, Tiffany.com
Heart Shape Engagement Ring
Since a heart is the most universal and classic sign of love in the world, why not incorporate it into your engagement ring? A heart shaped diamond engagement ring would be perfect for a Valentine's Day proposal!
Tiffany & Co. Heart-Shaped Diamond Engagement Ring, $11,800, Tiffany.com
Tiffany Harmony Engagement Ring
This simple round cut diamond engagement ring with diamond bead-set band will look stunning as is or, paired with a matching diamond band.
Tiffany & Co. Tiffany Harmony, $14,700, Tiffany.com
Lucida with Diamond band Engagement Ring
From the split shank diamond bead-set band to the exclusive Tiffany cut Lucida solitaire, we can't decide which feature we love more on this ring!
Tiffany & Co. Lucida with Diamond Band, $13,700, Tiffany.com
Tiffany Soleste Round Engagement Ring
This engagement ring is nothing short of stunning with it's round white diamond surrounded by a row of pink and white bead-set diamonds and a diamond band. The pop of pink is a playful way to incorporate some color into your ring too!
Tiffany & Co. Tiffany Soleste Round, $22,100, Tiffany.com
Tiffany Soleste Princess Cut Engagement Ring
The princess cut diamond will always be a classic, and for good reason. The clean lines allow the diamond to shine radiantly while the square shape adds a touch of modern elegance. The Tiffany Soleste combines this classic cut with bead-set diamonds and a diamond band.
Tiffany & Co. Tiffany Soleste Princess Cut, $34,400, Tiffany.com
The Tiffany Setting with Diamond Band Engagement Ring
The channel-set diamond band on this engagement ring takes the popular Tiffany Setting to the next level, and we love it. The matching round diamonds on the band are the perfect compliment to the brilliant round center diamond.
Tiffany & Co. The Tiffany Setting with Diamond Band, $15,000, Tiffany.com