- 11 years ago
- Wedding: June 2011
I’m crazy about Tacori! All of the styles are so unique!
I’m crazy about Tacori! All of the styles are so unique!
My Tacori 2620! I would love any suggestions that anyone has as far as matching bands that are non-tacori…We are on a budget:)
LOVE this thread! I’m a waiting bee and I’ve told my SO I only want a Tacori. I love those rings. 🙂
Everyone here has beautiful Tacori rings! To all of you who have Tacori rings, especially those with a pave setting, have you had problems with the quality of the ring? I have read horror stories on pricescope about others girls having problems with their ring and the service they got from Tacori. Also, if you have dealt with Tacori with fixing any problems you have had, have they been helpful or are they difficult to deal with? My bf purchased a Tacori ring which after hearing some of the stories I told my jeweler to place the order on hold until I figure out whether to get it or not. I am afraid of having issues with the ring and I do not want to deal with having to send it in and having to wait three weeks to get it fixed. Please let me know what you think!
Also, this is the ring I picked!
Beautiful rings ladies. Here is a picture of mine.
@ Hannali – The fabulous thing about Tacori, aside from truly being the most beautiful ering designer out there, is that any work on your ring will be perfect. The bad thing is, it will take ages. My ering had to be set and sized at Tacori, in order to honor the lifetime warranty and not void it by my jeweler working on it, and although it took close to a month to get it back, it is sized PERFECTLY, like my finger can breathe and when I get cold it moves around a bit, but it would still be a bit of a struggle to get it over my knuckle. And it was set beautifully…I have the Tacori 2620, and I always read about other people being dissatisfied that their jeweler set it too high above the “bloom” but mine is perfect and mesh with the bloom and it is absolutely stunning. It makes my 1.5 carat center stone look like 2 carats because they set it so perfectly. So just know that any work you have to have done on a Tacori will be lovely, even if everything does take AGES!!!
My finace proposed December 14th 2010 🙂
@jholler25- do you think my middle diamond is set too high above the bloom? The middle stone is 1.01 carats and I believe Tacori has a 1 ct setting so I think it might be set too high. I might ask the jewler next time. What do you think? Thanks!
Your ring is gorgeous! As far as being set too high, I can’t really tell from the pictures, and it’s really a personal preference thing, I guess. The second pic looks like it MAY be set slightly higher…Do you think it’s noticeable and easy to see where the bloom starts? Or do you feel like it “meshes?” I don’t know the proper word to describe it, so that’s what pops in my head:)
As I mentioned in the previous post, my favorite thing about my ring is that the bloom/halo seems like part of the diamond, you can’t tell where the diamond ends and the bloom begins unless you stare hard! I think it’s so cool! And really, it makes it look bigger:) Mine is 1.51 carats and I think it looks close to 2 with the halo. We probably could have gotten a 2 carat diamond solitaire on a non-tacori setting for close to the same price! But I was so in love with the setting, it was worth it to me. I tried on the 2 carat one, and on my 4.75 finger it was like, “COMING THROUGH – LOOK OUT!” Because of the bloom, it looked even bigger than 2 carats, so I think my 1.5 is perfect, and it truly is the perfection of the way the diamond is set in the bloom that makes me feel it looks unique. Because the halo/bloom isn’t obvious.
I will post pics of mine in different lighting, and maybe that will help you determine if yours is set this way, or maybe you won’t even like the way mine is set! That’s okay too! You’re ring is beautiful:) Here goes and hope this helps!
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Stunning rings ladies!
My engagement ring is absolutely stunning and extremely sentimental. The center stone belonged to my fiance’s mom, from his dad, when they were engaged. The setting, a Tacori set in Platinum from their Cresent collection, is eternity style with miligrain edging and a filigree motif. The eternity style ring is a symbol of love and devotion naturally representing ETERNITY.
I came across this setting in a magazine a number of years ago. Since it was the only setting I have ever been attracted to, after looking at thousands….I clipped it and posted it on our cork board. It did sit there for well over five years, but the wait was very much worth it! The ring is even more beautiful in person! It completely represents us and our love and we hope it will remain in our family for generations to come.
Here’s mine. Its not an emerald cut (to be honest I’m not exactly sure what it is) but it’s rectangular like one. My Fiance chose it because of how it sparkled and that’s the same reason why I love it 🙂
Holy cow, this is the most amazing and breathtaking thread ever to exist on weddingbee. I think Tacori is hands down the best jewelry designer in the world. My ring is NOT Tacori, but it is Tacori inspired. As for my man’s ring…I wanted to get him the msot beautiful man-ring in the world…so it only made sense to turn to Tacori 🙂 this is one ring that just wouldn’t do with a cheaper knockoff, too many tiny details to perfect! He loves it as well. UM OBVIOUSLY.
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