Charles Lewis Tiffany and John Young traveled to New York from New England to set up their own business that was to become the Tiffany and Co. Charles Lewis was obsessed with finding and making antiquities and jewelry that are one of its kind.
A major accomplishment that was completed by this company was the acquisition of some selected French crown jewels in 1887. During his lifetime, one of the greatest market products that was sold was the 6-prong Tiffany. Every girl would be fortunate to wear an engagement ring by this company.
Every diamond is ethically sourced, and the 4c's, namely, 'Cut, Color, Clarity, and Carat Weight' are maintained. The company believes in the policy of pushing the limits of quality crafting, for it believes that it is not just a piece of jewelry that you buy, it is a promise of love. You won't see any negative reviews of this brand, except maybe for cost.
Responsibility of Society, Environment, and Mankind
In a world where war for diamonds rob the childhood of many young boys, the company makes it a point to know the history of all diamonds that are used to make their jewelry. Apart from the history of diamonds, the mines and sources of metals are closely monitored by the company for social and environmental protection initiatives.
The company principally purchases its raw material from sources, acting in accordance with the Kimberley Process Certification Scheme (KPCS). Such an initiative ensures that the band that you buy is clean and the best. The diamonds are purchased by a subsidiary, Laurelton Diamonds, which takes care of the purchase procedures.
This has become the signature design of this company, as well as many other designers and jewelry manufacturers. They have thus, effectively managed to set a never-ending legacy of engagement and promise band designs. Such diamond jewelry, that has been crafted to the best precision, makes them one of the best jewelry manufacturers in the world.
A wide array of settings that include Pave, Solitaire, Diamond Band, etc., is also available. In addition to that, there is also an availability of diamond shapes, such as Round, Emerald, Cushion, and Princess Cut. They are also crafted in several metals that include, silver, gold, and platinum.
So, are these engagement rings worth it? Well, the answer is a definite yes. The payment plan provided by Tiffany in fact, has widened the payment options of a buyer.