Tiffany & Co. Unveils Its First-Ever Engagement Ring for Men

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Tiffany & Co. diamonds are among the most dazzling, desirable gems in the world. The Tiffany® Setting, a solitaire diamond ring, was introduced in 1886 and has since become an iconic engagement ring choice for women. While its wedding rings cater to both women and men, Tiffany has never designed an engagement ring specifically with men in mind—until now.

The Charles Tiffany Setting, named after founder Charles Lewis Tiffany, debuts in May 2021 and features a bold solitaire diamond in round brilliant and emerald-cuts set in platinum or titanium. Inspired by the band on the Tiffany® Setting, the styles with a round brilliant diamond showcase a knife-edge band while the styles with an emerald-cut diamond feature beveled edges. It's a modern, bold, and structural alternative to the classic engagement ring.

The ring celebrates love, inclusivity, and evolving traditions that defy gender norms. History tells us that men give engagement rings and women receive them. But why shouldn’t men be able to celebrate their engagement with a piece of jewelry? Engagement rings represent a lifelong commitment to the person you love and they should be available for everyone and every romantic story.

Tiffany has also demonstrated leadership in the industry with its long-standing commitment to diamond traceability, and the new ring is no exception. Each diamond set in the Charles Tiffany Setting will have a full craftsmanship certification detailing the diamond’s region or countries of origin, where it was cut and polished, graded and quality assured for complete transparency.

Browse the Charles Tiffany Setting engagement ring collection below.

men's engagement ring
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men's engagement ring
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men's engagement ring
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men's engagement ring
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men's engagement ring
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