Tacori is to diamond jewelry what Mercedes is to motor vehicles or Chanel to cosmetics and fashion. Tacori jewelry is known as being of the finest standard, and the settings that they lovingly create are often instantly recognized for their unique and detailed work.
Tacori jewelry is all handcrafted and will last you a lifetime. Many Tacori settings are inspired by vintage and antique style settings, but with the additional engraving and modern stones, these rings are transformed into timeless and contemporary elegance. This is especially handy when contemplating special rings that are going to be worn for a long time. Who wants an engagement or eternity ring that is instantly recognized as being from a particular era?
How do you know if it is authentic Tacori? All Tacori pieces have “TACORI" stamped quite visibly on the inner band of the ring. Tacori rings can be chosen for the setting that you love. Then you are able to select the diamond you prefer for the center stone. This is a fantastic way to get a truly unique ring that has been made just for your requirements.
Tacori jewelry is only available in platinum or 18 or 22K gold. Platinum is not only a hard wearing metal, but its color also highlights the diamonds and can actually make the diamonds in your setting appear larger. Platinum is much heavier and more precious than gold. Platinum will also never lose its shine and will never tarnish. Platinum will not wear and is hypoallergenic. What does this mean? Your Tacori platinum ring is going to look as good as new for a lifetime. Tacori is also famous for many of its two tone metal settings.
A Tacori setting is going to frame your very own hand chosen diamond. Diamonds can look entirely different depending upon the setting that you select. This is the beauty of the Tacori system. You can either select a setting that you love first, and then select an appropriate diamond in your price range, or alternatively you may have already found your diamond and are seeking a setting to display it. These are the sorts of small touches that ensure that no two Tacori rings are ever going to be the same.
To qualify as a Tacori diamond, a diamond must be of a G in color, and have a clarity of VS. What does this mean? It means that the diamonds in your ring are going to sparkle beautifully, containing only very small flaws that are almost invisible to the naked eye, and have a rare white color. (The less apparent flaws and the less background color, the more valuable the diamond. )
Tacori pride themselves on the quality of their pieces. An individual setting is hand made, from the initial wax molding through to the final finishing touches of polishing, engraving, and delicate hand working around the stones.
The Tacori company has been based in California for more than 30 years. You cannot purchase any Tacori jewelry through the Tacori company itself, only through specially selected jewelry retailers.
Tacori rings are a statement of not only high quality but of uniqueness. These handmade rings are timeless classics that will last a lifetime and never lose their elegance or beauty. Tacori, heirloom pieces in the making.
Andy Moquin has spent 20 years in the jewelry business buying and selling over $20,000,000 in diamonds, engagement rings and custom designed jewelry. He as traveled to Belgium and Israel to work with international diamond dealers and works as an advisor for DBC Diamonds an international consortium of diamond dealers. His experience in the jewelry business has become invaluable to consumers and business owners. He can be contacted at 1-888-296-4890 or to view current Tacori styles visit Rokstok. Reproduction of this article requires that everything is kept in tact including the author biography.