As part of the 130th anniversary celebration of the ‘Tiffany Setting’, the luxury jewellery brand has launched its world-famous engagement ring in 18ct rose gold.
The Tiffany setting was introduced in 1886 in 18ct yellow gold and later in platinum. At the time, its launch was a milestone in the history of Tiffany & Co.
Founder, Charles Lewis Tiffany, imagined a ring that highlighted the beauty of brilliant-cut diamonds. His setting of six platinum prongs lifted the stone above the band, maximising the light reflected from the exquisitely cut facets.
With this ring, Mr. Tiffany introduced the engagement ring as consumers classically see it today.
130 years later, Tiffany has introduced its famous ring in 18ct rose gold, crafted with platinum prongs, which are meticulously cut and attached to the rose gold band, creating a setting of clean, modern lines.