For the first time in its 184 years of existence, luxury jewellery giant Tiffany & Co. has released a line of diamond engagement rings for men! These bands come in two variations, platinum and titanium and are designed in the signet-ring style.
There are six designs and all have a diamond at the centre—platinum with square emerald-cut diamond (4.30 karats); platinum with an emerald-cut diamond (2.00-2.49 karats); black titanium with an emerald-cut diamond (3.36 karats); grey titanium with an emerald-cut diamond (3.01 karats); platinum with a round brilliant diamond (1.00-1.24 karats); and platinum with a round brilliant diamond (3.92 karats).
The ring’s strong contours and clean lines make it look different from the traditional forms of the signet style. Named ‘The Charles Tiffany Setting’ after the Founder Charles Lewis Tiffany, the luxury jeweller calls this launch a bold step into a new era of love.
The new collection has been received well by people, as this brings the focus straight to the fact that men get engaged to each other too. It is to honour the jeweller’s long-standing legacy of love and inclusivity, paving the way for new traditions.
Pushing its transparency agenda, Tiffany shares the details of the diamonds used in these rings – the region of origin, where it was cut, polished, graded and its quality in its certificate.
These engagement rings will be available globally from June.