Post # 1
I love myTiffany’s ring, and there was no other, given the same parameters, that came close. It is more than just the four c’s. There are so many more details of the ring. We checked everywhere, online, small shops, big shops….. At Tiffany, Lynne made us feel special and took so much time in our many trips there. Given all the specifics I had, no one came close to the Tiffany price because most could not get the quality. Therefore, they could not compare. My ring sparkles like fire, and I love it. Also, tiffanys does not charge extra for a nebulous warranty as others do. Yes, I am sure it is built into the price. However, given the intricate and numerous details we researched, this was an awesome investment without regret. We love Tiffany’s.
Post # 3
Glad it was the right choice for you!
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deleted for unnecessary tiffany vent !
Post # 7
Is this supposed to be a review or something?
Post # 9
It’d be nice to see your ring, I’m sure it’s a gorgeous one!
Post # 11
i only ask because you are so obviously proud of your ring.
what are the specs of your ring? how much was it?
Post # 12
@lilsweetie: im curious too.
That’s awesome that you love your ring! would also love a pic, in addition to specs/price.
We considered Tiffany’s (and many other places) but I didn’t want to sacrifice color, clarity or size to get the name. My ring would be $60,000+ at Tiffanys, which was not worth it for us. Im not anti-name brand at all – our wedding bands are Cartier – but for the engagement ring, it just wasn’t for us. We went with a custom jeweler and got exactly what we wanted for half of what we would have paid at Tiffanys (with excellent customer service, lifetime warranty which was part of our purchase – not something extra).
Its true that Tiffany’s does have their own diamond labs and grading, but I’m not sure if I agree that the same quality can’t be achieved elsewhere. But its a subject thats constantly debated. Personally, when I see the Tiffany’s emerald cut stones that are comprable to mine (mine is D color, VVS1, ideal cut), I don’t think they look better. But again, lots of debate on this issue.
Post # 13
apologies if i’m wrong… but it seems a bit fishy to me, advertising tiffany’s in such a way in their one and only post?
Post # 14
@Trumpet girl: I wouldn’t Buy a Tiffany’s ring just for the name. You can get the same quality or better for much less.
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I personally didn’t even consider Tiffany’s from my bridal set but when my Fiance met V-day was only 10 days away. As my first gift from him he bought me a tiffany’s charm bracelet. I have to say they gave excellent customer service when I went back to have the bracelet sized and to send it off for the charm to be soldered onto the bracelet. Although the gift was around $450 (which to them is a small sale) I felt that they rolled out the red carpet for me.