Tiffany and Co has revealed the launch of its debut men’s engagement ring, The Charles Tiffany Setting.
Featuring a “bold solitaire diamond”, the ring is named after the group’s founder Charles Lewis Tiffany, who in 1886 created the women’s solitaire diamond engagement ring.
The ring will be available in emerald-cut diamonds up to five carats, featuring “strong, architectural beveled edges”.
Set to launch in May 2021, The Charles Tiffany Setting engagement rings will debut at Tiffany and Co’s global flagship sites.
The group said that the ring designs represent a “modern and bold departure from the traditional wedding band”.
It added: “Recalling a signet silhouette, the platinum and titanium designs revise a classic men’s style with powerful contours, a contemporary profile and feature a striking center diamond.”
Moreover, the diamonds’ supply chain journey will be available from sales professionals at the company, as well as being printed on the Tiffany diamond certificate, allowing consumers to trace a piece’s place of origin, where it was cut and polished, graded and quality assured.