Watch & Jewellery
THIS I PROMISE YOU: Tiffany & Co.'s Tiffany True Engagement Ring
Text by Justin Ng | Photos courtesy of Tiffany & Co.
11.03.2019
Tiffany True engagement rings in platinum and gold
Tiffany True engagement rings in platinum and gold
Tiffany True engagement ring in platinum with a white diamond
Tiffany True engagement ring in platinum with a white diamond
Tiffany True engagement ring in platinum with a white diamond
Tiffany True engagement ring in platinum with a white diamond
Tiffany True engagement ring in 18K gold with a yellow diamond
Tiffany True engagement ring in 18K gold with a yellow diamond
Tiffany True engagement ring in 18K gold with a yellow diamond
Tiffany True engagement ring in 18K gold with a yellow diamond
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If your wedding proposal doesn't ring true enough for your spouse, then let the ring speak for itself with Tiffany & Co.'s new Tiffany True cut. As Tiffany's debut engagement ring line since 2011's Harmony, Tiffany True is an update on Lucida's '99 cut that adheres to its romantic roots whilst adapting to the 21st century woman standing before you. As far as ring trends go, halos and floral settings are no longer viable, with clean styles now the best way to impress. So opt for the Tiffany setting, or legally speaking, a delicate, pared-back band held together by six prong-set solitaires. And not to worry, in an age defined by subtle flexing, Tiffany True has you covered with a bevelled "T" built onto the gallery of the setting. Bitter memers will say, "weird flex, but okay", but your better half will certainly appreciate the call back to those robin-egg blue boxes, especially while she's getting ready to post her Juno-filtered wedding announcement photo on Instagram. And the cherry on top is, quite literally, the diamond resting firmly on top of the setting. Developed in-house exclusively at Tiffany & Co., the True cut is a crossover between the pavilion’s round brilliant-cut and the crown’s rectangular emerald cut, with the combination of the two creating a heightened contrast of light that actually enhances the surface area of the diamond’s main facet as a result of the mixed cut. And if you’re still not convinced, all you need to do is take a look at the personalised options the Tiffany True offers. Besides the classic platinum, there's also the yellow diamonds edition, a rare daffodil-coloured tint carefully saturated to accentuate its hue. It'll look good as an engagement ring or as a right-hand ring for long-time lovers. Either way, it promises exactly the kind of promise you wanted your significant other to know. 

 

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