Post # 1
I know a lot of bees here hate Tiffany’s 🙂 but let’s all get together and share our ring pics and Tiffany experiences.
Heres my ring:)
Post # 3
Haha, sure! I’ve posted this before, but I love mine! Classic, simple, totally me. He also got his wedding ring from Tiffany too (brought him in just to try on styles and he walked out with a ring!). I love their customer service, every time we’ve gone in to buy or service something they’ve been great, sent a handwritten card thanking us for choosing them for such an important purchase, etc etc.
Post # 4
Aww we have the same rings 🙂 But why is it that your ring looks sparklier than mine LOL. Maybe its my lighting but specs please 🙂 I’m concerned now bcoz somewhere on Bee said that my ring looks warm 🙁 I’m not offended but I really wanna know if its “warm” Honest comment please.
Post # 5
I don’t have a Tiffany ring, but I would LOVE to be able to have one sometime in the future!
Post # 7
@saldanha84: Don’t have one yet, but hopefully will end up with one soon 🙂
Sure, you can get bigger carats from other places for the same price, but there is something special about Tiffany’s!
And there’s only one Breakfast at Tiffany’s lol.
Post # 8
I don’t actually know the specs of my e-ring, he picked it out 100% on his own, but it is clean and in sunlight in this pic, which always helps it look more sparkly…I know even right after I wash my hands it always looks better
Ahh accidentally replied to myself!
Post # 9
@saldanha84: No Tiffany’s ring here, but I just wanted to comment to say your ring doesn’t look warm at all!!! Beautiful stone 🙂 It was my impression that Tiffany’s will only provide/use the highest quality stones (near colorless and up!).
Post # 10
I think she was just jealous of your sparkler honestly! I color is warmer than true colorless (DEF) but most people cannot tell a difference once mounted at that color grade. I is considered near colorless, like the majority of diamonds.
Post # 12
- Wedding: September 2012 - Cabin
I don’t think your stone looks warm. Beautiful, even if it were warm. I love warm stones. I know the thread/post and picture you are referring to, I read it. I think it may have just been that one picture you had. It could have been reflecting something in your surroundings. Your ring looks gorgeous, and the longer you have it, the more pictures you take, the better you will get at capturing that sparkle ;-).
Post # 13
Mine above. My right hand ring. Don’t have a pic on my hand. Its a .42 carat G vs2 in platinum, their classic setting. Love, love, Love Tiffany & Co. there seems to be quite a bit of the green eyed monster related to them. Regarding that other thread, I wouldn’t solicit anyone’s opinion on the “warmth” of my stone. Seemed obvious she was just trying to rain on your parade. (see my comment below)
I agree. The one who posted that is apparently a regular who said in another post she made up the name to post anonymously. I would venture to guess she doesn’t even have a diamond engagement ring, more likely a diamond-sim man made lookalike (which of course she “prefers”
) Never mind a Tiffany ring!
You will get the certificate, all their engagement rings come with one but sometimes it can take months. If it is over a carat stone Tiffany will also provide a GIA cert. Tiffany’s inhouse gem lab is very strict with grading. I’ve read over at Pricescope that if a stone is between a H & I, Tiffany will call it an I. They err on the side of caution. Their clarity is always on mark as well.
Post # 14
I had a (mostly) great experience, but the salesperson did not contact Fiance when the valuation certificate came in and did not reply to our emails for a couple of weeks. We had to call the store and go in.
I got the Tiffany Setting engagement ring and will probably get the Tiffany Lucida wedding band, both in yellow gold 🙂 (Either that wedding band or my great-grandmother’s, if I buy one it will definitely be the one from Tiffany’s!)
Post # 15
He has it in his files, needed it to get it insured. I refuse to look at it, it also has the price on it and I have no business knowing what he spent on a gift imo 🙂
Post # 16
My Tiffany ering that’s not sold as an ering 😉
Doesn’t look like I’ll be getting the wedding band from Tiffany, though, as I need to get something custom made.
However, I LOVE Tiffany, and most of my jewelry is from them 🙂