What is the range for Tiffany Engagement rings/bands?

posted 3 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
194 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2014

@lesliesmithson:  I think the prices they show onine are for a 1ct. diamond. If you get a smaller diamond, it will be less.

Post # 5
878 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: April 2016

@lesliesmithson:  look at the drop down menu, usually they have lower carat size options

Post # 6
245 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

Tiffany rings are really marked up. I would recommend going to a store if you are really wanting only Tiffany’s. Their sales people are very knowledgeable. 

Post # 7
493 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

@lesliesmithson:  my FI called them and a rep emailed him choices of diamonds (size, specs). He decided on one and a setting and the rest is history 🙂 mines less than a carot (.72) so the pricing wasn’t available on the website.

the bands are pretty self explanatory, the prices online are what’s in store.

Post # 8
66 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

Before I got engaged, I tried on rings at Tiffany’s to see different styles that I might like. I assumed they would be expensive, but I was shocked to see just how much the rings were marked up, plus the specs of the stones were pretty far from perfect. 

For instance: 

-I tried on a soleste that was approximately .6 carat center stone that was around $12k. 

-I tried on a 1 carat stone but I don’t remember the price because it was smaller than I wanted. A 1.3 that was in the $20K range, a 1.5 that was in the mid-30s, and a ring just under 2 carats that was over $70k. They made me go into a special room for this. 

I know many people who work in the jewelry business so I have an understanding of how much diamonds should really cost, and the markup on tiffany’s rings is highway robbery. Just look at the prices on blue nile for a comparison. The stones at Tiffany’s will not be any nicer.

Post # 9
1662 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

@lesliesmithson:  Go check out a store! Yes, they have big big mark ups. Yes, they also have absolutely lovely settings. I tried one on at Tiffany’s that cost around $4000. It was one of the halos. I forget what the size was, but it was a nice one. Not huge of course, but nice.

Post # 10
1779 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 1997

@lesliesmithson: Love Tiffany rings, so unique!

 a .25 carat in the solitaire platinum Tiffany setting starts @ $1780 a half carat begins @ $3870 per their website. .25 in 18 k gold begins @ $1410


a half carat Soleste begins @ $7150


The Legacy 1/3 ct begins at $5350


Post # 11
1787 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

I only looked at the plain gold bands when I was shopping, but the price was about double what I found on other sites. I’d assume the other settings have a similar mark up. I think it’s only worth it if you’re really really set on Tiffany’s (my husband was really set on the store we got our bands from, which has a stupid high mark up too). 

Post # 12
9207 posts
Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: May 2018

It is more expensive in store than online, at least from my experience. But it depends on the specs of the diamond. 0.5cts online when we were looking was about $4k, the 0.61cts F colour VVS1 clarity we ended up with in 18k yellow gold was $8850. That’s a solitaire.

So it depends on what carat size and style you are after 🙂

ETA: The plain gold band I am looking at is about $1200.

Post # 14
1441 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

@gemgirl6:  Unique?  Whatever else one might say about Tiffany, unique isn’t really appropriate.

Post # 15
749 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

@HannahGrace:  well u can say timeless, and the mom and pop shops can go out of business any day, Tiffany’s pays top dollar for their selection of cuts, and they reject even a vvs1 if it has a black carbon…so bluenile or these other arguements are for people that do mega research first. Plus consumers are ignorant to GIA mumbai certs mixed with GIA LA and GIA NYC. What u pay for is 177 year promise that in your lifetime your ring will retain value just because of a stamp and a promise. I don’t know anybody that ever bought a ring from Tiffany’s and returned it for not liking it or thinkign it’s a ripoff. When u buy a Bentley don’t you think practically a suped up honda does the same job? But I’m sure whoever buys what they love is happy

Post # 16
1441 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

@puppiekisses:  I didn’t say it was a ripoff, but to me “timeless” is not equal to unique.  At all.

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