Time for another round of #TacoriTuesday with the most delectable Tacori engagement ring eye candy this side of Mars.
Tacori engagement rings always top my list of cravings when I’m looking for the absolutely most mouthwatering rings, and I don’t have to look farther than Diamonds by Raymond Lee’s Insta to satisfy.
Seriously, we serve up gorgeous Tacori engagement rings on the regular, with plenty of other beautiful designer settings. but since it is #TacoriTuesday, let’s refresh just why I’m so obsessed with Tacori engagement rings:
- Handcrafted in California
- Easily customizable – fo’ free – to whatever specifications you dream up
- Perfectly engineered with the finest materials & impeccable structure – they’re made to last a lifetime
- They only use Gorgeous (G color grade), Very Sexy (Very Slightly included – VS clarity grade) diamonds in their settings
- They’re heirloom quality from day one. Your artisan-made Tacori ring will be as beautiful in 100 years as it is today.
- They’re the perfect blend of modern technology & jewelry design techniques combined with Old World trade secrets passed down through the trade
- Every collection is bold, unapologetically luxurious, and designed for the fearlessly beautiful #TacoriGirl
Seriously, what’s not to love? And today, I’m showing off a few of my recent favorites from several different collections, including:
Romanian for “lace” Dantela’s name is as delicate and feminine as the rings in this collection. Each ring’s crown features a layer of lace-like diamonds set just below the center stone to create a lovely, romantic look.
The ultimate in luxury, The RoyalT collection is specifically designed for diamonds 2 carats and larger. These settings are handcrafted exclusively in platinum, and all include Tacori’s signature crescent silhouette. These rings are freshly minted heirlooms to be admired for generations.
The Full Bloom collection draws inspiration from floral design for its engagement rings. Tacori Full Bloom rings feature just one row of blooming diamonds, however they’re much larger for a bold, impactful look.
This line takes on rose gold in the beautifully romantic Tacori Pretty in Pink collection. This collection features each designer’s most popular designs reimagined in rich rose gold for an elegant twist of unexpected beauty.
As two lives merge into one, Tacori’s Ribbon collection designs feature two bands to diamonds intertwined for eternity. Ribbons twist together as their separate diamond pave paths merge and culminate at the ultimate question: “Will You?” Your brilliant center diamond is the answer.
So, now that we’re all refreshed on the finer points of each collection of Tacori engagement rings, let’s get to the eye candy!
Hellooooo, Ribbon collection! I love this solitaire, with its squared off prongs and thick, intertwined ribbons of platinum and diamonds. The accent stones on this beauty add up to .22ctw and the ring is ready for a princess cut or round brilliant diamond center stone half a carat and up.
And here she is in rose gold! It’s actually a very similar style, not identical, with slightly more delicate ribbon twists and more defined settings for each of the accent diamonds, which again add up to .22ctw.
This lovely halo from the Full Bloom collection stuns on a simple, gently tapered band. You usually see this style with an equally iced out band, so to see plain metal is a refreshing change. It also gets a boost from the pretty Sculpted Crescent diamond wedding band, so it’s not like you’re wanting for diamonds. The halo alone on the e-ring contains .69ctw of round brilliants, so you’re already iced out before you even choose your center diamond.
Oh, hello trio of Dantela beauties. I linked the image to the princess cut solitaire up top, and you can shop that lovely, detailed round brilliant solitaire on the bottom right here. But let’s single out that oval in the middle, shall we?
That’s what I’m talking about. You know I unabashedly play favorites between ovals and radiants as my favorite cuts, so this sweet halo hits the spot for me! I absolutely love it paired with this bezel set diamond wedding ring from the Sculpted Crescent line, which demonstrates how easy it is to mix and match Tacori collections.
Finally, let’s wrap up with one of my favorite RoyalT settings of all time. Because just.look.at.those.shanks. That’s all.
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