This spring, Tiffany & Co. launched its first men’s engagement ring called the Charles Tiffany Setting, featuring a bold solitaire diamond.
The ring is named after founder Charles Lewis Tiffany, who, in 1886, introduced the women’s solitaire diamond engagement ring, the Tiffany Setting.
Tiffany’s first diamond engagement ring designs for men are a modern and bold departure from the traditional wedding band. Recalling a signet silhouette, the platinum and titanium designs revise a classic men’s style with powerful contours, a contemporary profile and feature a striking centre diamond.
The men’s ring will be available in round brilliant and emerald-cut diamonds up to 5 carats. The styles with a round brilliant diamond showcase a streamlined knife-edge band, inspired by the band on the iconic Tiffany® Setting, while the styles with an emerald-cut diamond feature strong, architectural beveled edges.