Tiffany Celebration® rings (from top):
Tiffany Jazz diamond ring in platinum ($2,950 US),
Tiffany Metro diamond ring in 18 karat white gold ($1,750),
diamond band ring in platinum ($4,700 US),
diamond milgrain band ring in platinum ($2,950 US),
channel-set band ring with a half circle of diamonds in 18 karat yellow gold ($1,725 US),
diamond band ring in platinum ($5,450 US),
half circle diamond band ring in platinum ($2,275 US).

Perhaps one of the most important shopping decisions you’ll ever make is about your wedding band. It’s forever. It’s tricky business, picking this one. Do I want gold or platinum? Do I need diamonds? How much should we spend? Should it match my engagement ring? Should I wear them on the same hand or do I move my engagement ring to the right hand? Should it match my husband’s? While I’m nowhere close to finding the ‘one’, I thought I’d start with Tiffany’s. It’s classic. When I was younger, I preferred simple, minimalist design, but after extensive training in design, I learnt to appreciate complex compositions. A younger me would have chosen a men’s ring and sized it down. A current me is craving intricate compositions of colours and textures.

Tiffany Celebration® rings, from top:
Tiffany Jazz with bezel-set diamonds in platinum (
$2,950 US),
Lucida® diamonds in platinum (
$13,525 US),
diamonds and sapphires in platinum (
$2,275 US),
shared setting ring with diamonds in platinum (
$13,825 US),
channel-set diamonds in 18 karat gold (
$3,950 US),
three-row pavé-set diamonds in platinum (
$7,975 US),
channel-set square diamonds in platinum (
$7,650 US).

Tiffany Celebration® rings, from top:
Etoile designs in 18 karat gold band with diamonds (
$1,800 US),
three-row band with pavé-set diamonds in platinum (
$7,975 US),
round brilliand diamonds in platinum (
$2,150 US).

Tiffany Lucida® band rings for men:
18 karat gold (
$600 US),
platinum ($1,475).

They are all so beautiful. And there is a lot more to choose from.

Do you know that the people at Tiffany’s are way nicer than the people at the public library?

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*all images courtesy of Tiffany & Co.