Friday “Rocks”! featuring Tiffany & Co.

Friday “Rocks”! featuring Tiffany & Co.

Friday-Rocks-Banner-Chevronn1 Happy Friday! Today’s post is featuring pieces that are absolutely timeless and one-of-a-kind just like the well known Tiffany & Co. Mainly known for their gorgeous engagement rings, these fashion rings are just as beautiful- and perfect for the holidays coming soon! I love all the color and detail… all bold yet humble at the same time! Take a look at my favorites…

Tiffany Black Spinel Ring Black Spinel Ring. An elegant tribute to the Roaring Twenties. Ring in sterling silver with black spinel and round brilliant diamonds. 

Tiffany Amethyst Cocktail Ring Amethyst Cocktail Ring. A collection of Tiffany gemstones cut to maximize each captivating color. Ring with a cushion-cut amethyst in 18k gold. Carat total weight 8.50. 

Tiffany Open Ring Open Ring. With its bold numeric motif and strong, sleek lines, this collection honors one of Tiffany’s most celebrated symbols. Open ring in 18k rose gold with round brilliant diamonds. 

Tiffany Olive Leaf Ring Olive Leaf Ring. With beautifully sculpted leaves in 18k gold, Paloma honors the olive branch, a symbol of peace and abundance. Ring in 18k gold with a citrine. Carat weight 6.50. Original designs copyrighted by Paloma Picasso. 

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About Becca

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Engagement Ring Blogger and Planner

I love my job- I get to coordinate amazing marriage proposals & work with my best friends! There is nothing like seeing the final outcome after all the time & planning that we put into each proposal. After graduating from Point Loma Nazarene University, I knew I wanted to use my inherent love of details & final touches with The Yes Girls. With each proposal my passion & love for that “Yes” grows deeper.

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