Tiffany & Co. Ring Pricing, Explained.


tiffany_&_co._ring_pricing_explained.Tiffany & Co. is a name familiar to many.  So it comes as no surprise that when it’s time to pop the big question, Tiffany & Co. is always at the top of a bride-to-be’s wish list.  After browsing the infamous “Tiffany Setting” and the rest of the engagement ring collection, you might find yourself  re-thinking life choices – just kidding! But you may be questioning why is the price so expensive?  Well to start, let’s first clarify a few things.  First is Tiffany & Co. expensive? Yes. Overpriced? No.
Whether it’s Tiffany & Co., Cartier, Rolex, Gucci, or other high-end retailers you’re not only paying just for the product, but for the luxury, the brand. Now, that doesn’t mean quality is overlooked.  In fact, Tiffany & Co. manufacturers and selects some of the world’s most brilliant diamonds.  Quality and lifetime service, by far, are some of the easiest reasons to explain Tiffany & Co. ring pricing.

Tiffany & Co. History 101

First let’s take a quick look back 130 years ago, when Tiffany & Co. founder, Charles Lewis Tiffany, got his start. Known for being “The King of Diamonds”, Mr. Tiffany introduced an engagement ring setting that would become known to the rest of the world as “The Tiffany Setting”.  Continuing to uphold his esteemed reputation, Mr. Tiffany was even known for purchasing the French Crown’s jewels which dubbed him the premier diamond jeweler in the world.  It’s safe to say that Tiffany & Co. has collected some of the world’s most rare and finest diamonds since their very beginning.  Making it a hot destination for engagement ring seekers and those simply seeking well, the best.

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Did You Make The Cut?

Did you know that Tiffany & Co. rejects nearly 100% of the world’s graded diamonds?  Yup. Only 0.04% (approximately) are approved and bought from Tiffany & Co. How, why, you ask?  Because Tiffany & Co. are dedicated to producing the most exceptional diamonds.  And who is crafting these Tiffany & Co. diamonds?  A team of highly skilled artisans that have been acquired over the last century.  Tiffany & Co. goes above and beyond to provide expertise you can trust and count on.

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Tiffany & Co. The 5 C’s.

So by now you’ve heard a few great examples when someone asks (or when you start asking yourself) why is that Tiffany & Co. ring priced so expensive, but here are a few more helpful tips.  If you don’t know by now, there are 4 C’s when it comes to Diamonds: color, carat weight, cut, and clarity.  The 4 C’s when it comes to Diamonds pretty much tell you the quality of your diamond, and is used all over the world.  Tiffany & Co. goes beyond these 4 basic standards adding their own that create a unique 5th element.  That 5th element is, presence.

The Tiffany & Co. “presence” element combines a series of measurements including the precision of the cut and whether the cut is perfectly proportioned, mixed with the high polish grade assigned to the diamond. These 3 factors blend together to create an additional feature that ensures a diamond’s beauty is not altered.

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In a Nutshell..

Now we know that Tiffany & Co. ring pricing has a lot to do with the brand and quality they’ve created over the last 130 years.  They have continued to remain among the top luxury jewelry brands, and for good reason.  Tiffany & Co. offers top quality diamonds that keep within the “Standards of Tiffany Brilliance”.  They’ve continued to exceed expectations by offering their customers superior service, and they do so for a lifetime – thanks to that beautiful Tiffany & Co. blue and white diamond certificate that is issued with every Tiffany & Co. ring.

Next time you’re ring shopping with your honey, or talking about your dream ring with your friends and they ask why are Tiffany & Co. rings priced as so.. Just remind them the top quality things in life have no price.

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