Diamonds have set the standard for engagement rings, since Tiffany & Co., first set the six-prong design in 1886. Other brides, when given the choice, prefer a beautiful colored gemstone.
Under the heading of engagement rings Tiffany only lists one: the Tiffany Three Stone Engagement Ring with Sapphire Side Stones in Platinum. One brilliant cut diamond sits in the center, with two velvety blue sapphires on either side.
Wedding bands for women include the Tiffany Embrace Band Ring. It features a half circle of alternating diamonds and rubies or diamonds and sapphires on platinum.
The coveted The Sixteen Stone Ring, by design Jean Schlumberger, is surrounded completely in gemstones, with a signature X between every two stones. Colored gemstones, with alternating diamonds include, rubies, and tsavorite, set in gold, or sapphires, in blue, or pink, set-in gold or platinum. It is the perfect wedding band.
Another beauty of a ring that would make a unique wedding band, is the Tiffany Victoria Vine Bypass Ring. Two rose gold vines, made from round and marquise cut pink sapphires, along with round, brilliant diamonds, cross over each other at the top of the ring. It is also available in platinum, with blue sapphires.
Other Engagement Ring Options
The Tiffany Nova ring is a stunning oval stone available in blue or pink sapphire, emerald or ruby. The delicate band is encircled entirely in diamonds. The setting is also available in a cushion cut or emerald cut.
Tiffany Soleste Ring has a colored gemstone in the center, surrounded by two rows of brilliant cut diamonds, which also expand along the band. Settings are available in round cut ruby, blue sapphire, emerald, or aquamarine. A cushion cut setting is available in tanzanite. Look for matching earrings and pendants.