Time for another round of #TacoriTuesday! The amazing designer line celebrates this weekly mini holiday with fun facts for all Tacori authorized retailers, teaching us about the brand, its leadership, and – of course – its impeccable rings. But it’s also a fun day for me to dedicate focus to the settings for the people who just might appreciate them most – soon-to-be brides! So, without further ado, my picks for Tacori favorites this week.

Tacori Sculpted Crescent Solitaire

First up, this beauty from the Sculpted Crescent line. I love the gently scalloped shank, and the delicate pave diamonds that glitter around the entire band. It’s a beautiful textured backdrop for a showstopping center stone of any shape and size. The accent diamonds add .15ctw to the ring, which comes in white, yellow or rose gold, plus platinum.

Tacori rose gold engagement ring

Next, a stunning woven beauty from the Pretty in Pink collection. This Tacori line takes their most popular designs, and douses them in luscious rose gold – the special alloy that only Tacori makes, that gives it a unique hue. This interwoven band of micropave diamonds opens up to the center diamond, creating a perfect frame. The diamonds add .22ctw to the ring’s total weight.

Tacori Dantela Halo

Here we see a similar look from the Dantela line. Dantela translates into “lace”, and the beautifully set halo beneath the center diamond mimic the openwork windows of light in a lace pattern. The shanks are again that beautiful, woven texture that open up to the center diamond. This setting comes in a variety of gold, plus platinum, and the accent diamonds add .43ctw to the ring.

Tacori Princess cut solitaire

This princess cut solitaire, also from the Dantela collection, gives the center diamond a boost with .20ctw of beautiful Gorgeous (G color) Very Sexy (VS clarity) diamonds. It would look beautiful in yellow!

Tacori Full Bloom

Last, but definitely not least, this Blooming Beauties halo takes my breath away! The generously sized spotlight diamonds in the bloom are arranged to mimic petals, with a gently textured edge. The diamond shank shines brightly without overwhelming, and the diamonds add another .74 carats total to this ring.

Which of these Tacori beauties is your favorite?

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