Even if you’re a diamond-solitaire-on-a-plain-plaitunm-band kind of person, I bet you’ll enjoy looking at Tacori’s rings. They’re objectively incredible, as jewelry and/or as tiny art objects. These rings are as about as romantic as inanimate objects can be. (The jaw-dropper above is Tacori style no. HT2606RD10.)
Tacori is a family company, founded in 1969 by Haig Tacorian. Their varied, intricately crafted rings are described as “European-inspired” and often include the signature Tacori design element, “the crescent silhouette: interlocking half-moon arcs, which provide windows of light to reflect the brilliance of the diamonds placed within each crescent silhouette semi-circle.”
I am going to include as many pictures as I can in this post. It won’t be enough, of course, so you should check out my new Tacori Pinterest board for more.
I have a rather severe crush on this ring. It’s from the Dantela collection (as is that stunner I opened the post with). Princess-cut diamonds often don’t do it for me, but I’m totally on board with this one. It’s rather on the simple side for Tacori. Like all of the Dantela collection, it’s absolutely is exquisite from the side.
This baby comes from the Ribbon collection – it’s easy to see where the name comes from. Big, bold, and voluptuous, this is a bombshell of a ring.
Here we have an emerald-cut stunner from Tacori’s Blooming Beauties collection. The centre diamond is surrounded by a complex halo-like design Tacori calls a “bloom.” It seems thicker and less regular than a typical halo. The side view lacks the elaborate crown of the Dantela, but it’s still lovely.
This one’s a really interesting design from the Simply Tacori collection – check out that wreath of round diamonds and baguettes around the center stone. I wouldn’t have expected to like it, but I do.
This behemoth is from the RoyalT Collection. It’s huge, but the details make it more than just a giant rock. Says the description: “A true 5 table ring (can be seen 5 tables away), you will be the center of attention no matter where you go.” I believe it.
I love this one. It’s so elegant. Simple by comparison, but with thoughtful details. From the Sculpted Crescent collection, the designs on the side are an engraving, rather than a pattern of diamonds.
Please see Tacori’s website to admire more drool-worthy photos, find more information about their pieces, or find retailers where you can see Tacori in person.
Hi Becky, We love your taste! You’ve done a beautiful job curating a selection of your favorite rings! xxTACORI
ps. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Diamonds in the Library says
Thanks so much!! I’m honored that you saw and enjoyed the post. Please never stop making your pretties.