Tiffany True

posted 7 months ago in Rings
Post # 2
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2018 - Tizer Gardens/Carroll College

Ehhhhhh… it looks like they are trying really hard, I’m not into it.

Post # 3
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2018

I don’t like the setting but I am really interested in the cut. Brilliant on the bottom and step on top. I somehow love the idea. I saw it in the store but didn’t inquire and in those lights even a common pebble looks shiny so hard to tell how it sparkles. Did you try pricescope? 

Not that I would ever buy a Tiffany diamond. Overpriced much?!

Post # 4
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2018 - Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills

I’m in the camp of not buying a brand name ring (no offense to people who do have Tiffany diamonds, they are gorgeous, but yeah you can get more diamond for more money elsewhere,  etc), but I had a friend who just got engaged with this ring in a pretty modest size and she posted pictures on Facebook and my jaw dropped on the floor. So if you want it…it’s worth it. I personally don’t own one but they are pretty stunning.

Post # 6
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

act1980 :  I hear you! I never even considered purchasing an e ring from Tiffany until I saw that one and luckily I’d already had one custom made when they released it ๐Ÿ˜‚

Post # 7
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Busy bee

act1980 :  I think it’s a beautiful design! If cost is a factor, a good jeweler could design something similar, and more affordable. I don’t own a Tiffany ring, but I do own several necklaces and bracelets. Their craftsmanship is top-notch, so I can only imagine their rings are superb quality. 

Post # 9
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

act1980 :  I looked at several different sizes at the store and compared them with round brilliant and they definitely sparkle almost the same! It’s a gorgeous cut ๐Ÿ˜

Post # 11
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Worker bee

I got to try on the True a few months back when I was getting my rings cleaned at Tiffany. It’s beautiful! Sorry about the blurry photo, it doesn’t truly capture how beautiful it is! When I first saw the promo photos, I wasn’t sure how I felt about the two T’s on the side of the setting. But in reality, the T’s are actually quite subtle. The diamond cut is stunning and very sparkly! I agree with a PP that this cut is almost as sparkly as a round brilliant. I haven’t seen this cut pattern anywhere else, but I wouldn’t be surprised if something similar started getting picked up by other jewelers since it’s so beautiful. I don’t remember the carat size of the diamond in the photo, but my finger size is 4.5 for reference. If the True had been available when my husband was looking at engagement rings, the True would have definitely been in contention with the Tiffany Setting (which is what I currently have). 

Post # 12
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2018

I did not compare in natural light but did at least take it from under the display lighting and try it on and compare it with my round brilliant that I’m pretty familiar with. I agree with PP that I’ve never seen anything cut like it! It’s very pretty 

Post # 13
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: January 2016

I love the cut of that diamond, it’s so unique and elegant! The wedding band confuses me though.. it almost looks like an incomplete band, like stones are supposed to be set in those empty spaces! 

Post # 14
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Worker bee

I agree with you about the wedding band. It seemed too chunky to pair with such a delicate ring. The thick wedding band I had on might look much better as a RHR. I know there are thinner True wedding bands—maybe the thinner ones would look nice with the True. If it were me, I’d pick either a thin, plain gold band, or one of the thinner diamond bands so that the e-ring’s diamond would be the center or attention. 

mrsmatheson :  

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