Get acquainted with The Charles Tiffany Setting – Tiffany & Co.’s very first men’s engagement ring. Yes, the ring, which bears a solitaire diamond, is named after the famed jewellery house’s founder, Charles Lewis Tiffany. In 1886, he introduced the women’s solitaire diamond engagement ring, the Tiffany® Setting.
Quite unlike conventional wedding bands, the brand’s engagement ring for men recalls a signet silhouette – with the platinum and titanium designs putting a spin on a classic yet bold men’s style. The first iterations of The Charles Tiffany Setting will come with round brilliant and emerald-cut diamonds of up to five carats. The styles bearing a round brilliant diamond are accompanied by a more streamlined knife-edge band (referencing the iconic Tiffany® Setting), while the styles with an emerald-cut diamond feature beveled edges.