Tiffany & Co. brilliantly builds on its legacy of inclusivity—revealing its first men’s engagement ring, the Charles Tiffany Setting.
While many might associate the iconic robin’s-egg blue boxes with the legendary Louis Comfort Tiffany, it was, in fact, his father, Charles Lewis Tiffany (1812-1902), who founded the luxury house (tiffany.com). The Connecticut-born visionary was a trendsetter from the start, launching the business as a stationery and fancy goods store in New York City at the mere age of 25. Known as the “King of Diamonds,” Charles is the maverick behind innovations ranging from the introduction of colored gemstones to the Tiffany Setting women’s solitaire diamond engagement ring in 1886. It seems only fitting that the brand’s bold new move bears his name with the introduction of the Charles Tiffany Setting, its first men’s engagement ring, featuring a bold solitaire diamond. With a signet silhouette, the platinum and titanium designs reimagine classic men’s rings with a strong profile and striking center stone available in round brilliant and emerald-cut diamonds up to 5 carats—making Charles quite the man of the moment, indeed.
Pictured at top: Tiffany & Co. The Charles Tiffany Setting engagement rings in platinum and black and gray titanium with emerald-cut diamonds, a square emerald-cut diamond and a round brilliant diamond. PHOTO COURTESY OF BRAND