8. And finally, engagements aren’t always about grand gestures and big surprises, sometimes simply genuine is the route to choose. Instagram user jen_jenmarie_busterthehusky‘s fiancé turned a camping trip and hike into the most memorable moment! Try to tell us the top of a mountain isn’t romantic, we dare you!
Summer is fast approaching and this weather just begs for romantic proposals. Sun warming your skin and cool breezy summer nights offer up the perfect setting to pop the big question. We’ve collected some of our favorite Tacori styles to help make the decision process a whole lot easier.
The Platinum Pave & Milgrain Setting from the Simply Tacori Collection makes simplicity desirable with perfected style to make your diamond stand out and demand attention. Pavé diamonds accent halfway around the band and the Tacori crescent adorns the sides of the band. Keeping it simple is sometimes the best plan of action.
The Platinum & Diamond Twist Setting from the Contemporary Crescent Collection is a direct departure from the argument for simplicity, but for good reason. This elegant and structured setting displays your diamond seemingly hovering over its pavé accented basket. The weaving ribbon style featured on its band makes this setting a truly stand-out piece.
Rose gold is growing more and more popular by the day. If you’re thinking about going with rose gold, the 18K Rose Gold Pavé Halo Dantela Setting is the answer. Delicate pavé diamonds create a halo around a bold center diamond, the perfect balance of styles. If your to-be-betrothed is a fan of color, rose gold might be the perfect hue.
Of course, if you’re dreaming of the ultimate sparkle, there’s the Platinum 3-Row Round Diamond Halo Setting from the Petite Crescent Collection. Three rows of pavé adorn the band while a halo highlights the stunning center diamond of your choice. If you’re looking to go big, this setting is your ticket there.
Michael C. Fina is home to many fine jewelry designers, bridal and fashion alike. We carry the largest selection of Tacori jewels in NYC. Tacori creates both bridal and fashion jewelry, made up of a proud family tradition, passed on through multiple generations. Four decades of exquisite jewelry design, an important legacy with a distinct vision.
Haig Tacorian arrived in the United States in 1969 to start a new life and began creating extra ordinary pieces of jewelry with a unique and distinctive European flair. Haig and his wife Gilda, as well as his children Paul and Nadine, and several other Tacorian family members, continue to carry on the family tradition of passion, quality, attention to detail and personal customer care.
The crescent silhouette is Tacori’s signature design component, interlocking half-moon arcs which provide windows of light to reflect the brilliance of the diamonds placed within. Every single Tacori piece is handcrafted with extraordinary care by their artisans in California. The stunning beauty and intricacy of each piece of Tacori jewelry is the result of an uncompromising passion for artisanship.
Spanning four decades, Tacori engagement rings fuse classic elegance with modern inspiration. Unique to Tacori, you’ll notice the signature design element – the Crescent Silhouette – on virtually all Tacori engagement rings. Tacori originated the crescent silhouette within jewelry design, and this luxurious motif is a hallmark of Tacori.
Michael C. Fina’s All Tacori Weekend is taking place at our flagship store located at 500 Park Avenue on Friday, April 17th and Saturday, April 18th. The All Tacori Weekend will feature exclusive new Tacori pieces in addition to our already expansive collection. Find more information about this event and see our collection of Tacori fine jewelry at Michael C. Fina here.
For over 25 years, Mark Patterson has created stunning, handcrafted jewelry that combines traditional styles with sleek, modern touches for an inimitable signature look.
These gorgeous designs reveal Mark’s focus on quality craftsmanship that seamlessly blends the old and the new. Mark Patterson’s focus on simple, yet beautiful, pieces imbues both his bridal and fine jewelry with a timeless flair that will never go out of style.
Mark Patterson jewelry is sold in Manhattan exclusively at Michael C. Fina. To view his beautiful designs in person, visit our store at 500 Park Avenue (E. 59th Street between Madison & Park).