Indecisive operators everywhere have broken into a cold sweat as the LVMH-owned purveyors of high-end jewellery – Tiffany & Co. – debut its first-ever selection of diamond engagement rings for men, adding to its extensive and world-renowned range of wedding-related offerings, and effectively cancelling out all those last excuses involved with tying the knot.
Dubbed the ‘Charles Tiffany Setting’ – named after the brand’s founder, Charles Lewis Tiffany – the forthcoming collection of men’s engagement rings will represent something of a departure from the traditional church bell bling in favour of a more contemporary signet silhouette.
Featuring round-brilliant solitaire diamonds with a knife-edged band and emerald-cut diamonds with bevelled edges, each gem measures up to 5-carats, arriving in both titanium and platinum styles.
“In 1886, founder Charles Tiffany introduced the diamond engagement ring,” reads the official site description.
“Today, the Charles Tiffany Setting is the next chapter – marking a bold new era of love.”
As part of Tiffany’s commitment to transparency, each and every diamond from the ‘Charles Tiffany Setting’ collection will also come with a full craftsmanship certification detailing the stone’s exact region or country of origin, where it was cut, polished, graded, as well as quality assured.
Tiffany & Co. engagement rings for men are currently available to preview online and will reportedly hit select stores globally sometime this month (May 2021). Pricing has yet to be confirmed, but given how Tiffany’s engagement rings can usually set you back several tens of thousands… brace yourself for the Amex monthly statement.