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See the Engagement Rings in the Brilliant Earth x Tacori Collaboration

CollectionsJan 10, 2022

See the Engagement Rings in the Brilliant Earth x Tacori Collaboration

There are a total of six engagement rings and four wedding bands.

Brilliant Earth and Tacori have collaborated on a new bridal collection, with retail prices ranging from about $2,500 to $5,300.
San Francisco—Brilliant Earth and Tacori are embarking on their second partnership.

Featuring six engagement rings and four wedding bands, the companies noted that the collaboration comes at the start of a year that is set to feature a record number of weddings, per The Knot’s predictions of 2.6 million American nuptials in 2022. 

Wedding dresses were the inspiration for the Brilliant Earth x Tacori collection, according to the latter’s COO and Design Director Nadine Tacorian Arzerounian.
 
“At Tacori, we’re all about the small details—the subtle touches that make a piece unique and give it a
story of its own,” she said. 

“This collection was inspired by those intricate bridal details, whether it be the beading on a bodice, the draping of a gown, or hidden embroidery in a veil. We drew upon these delicate details and brought them to life through design.”

Counterclockwise from left: a knife-edge diamond engagement ring, a diamond solitaire with diamond pave on the shank, and an engagement ring with pear-shaped diamond side stones
Counterclockwise from left: a knife-edge diamond engagement ring, a diamond solitaire with diamond pave on the shank, and an engagement ring with pear-shaped diamond side stones
 
These details are interpreted as subtle, finely wrought diamond accents on the gallery or shank, most visible in profile to the wearer. Delicate milgrain metalwork also creates interest and texture.
 
There is a diamond solitaire, a diamond solitaire with diamond pave shank, a halo style, a three-stone ring with marquise-shaped diamond side stones, a diamond solitaire with diamond knife-edge band, and a diamond center stone style flanked by three pear-shaped stones.
 
Wedding bands comprise two knife-edge styles and two pear-shaped diamond styles. 
 
The rings are available in Brilliant Earth’s ethically sourced platinum or 18-karat yellow, rose, or white gold. 
 
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Customers can also opt to include their own diamond or colored gemstone for the center stone as part of the company’s “Create Your Own Experience” program, which utilizes online visualization and customization tools.

A look at Tacori’s delicate detailing in the Brilliant Earth collection
A look at Tacori’s delicate detailing in the Brilliant Earth collection
 
Brilliant Earth co-founder and CEO Beth Gerstein said, “We are so excited to kick off the new year with a deeper partnership with Tacori. Each of these pieces exemplifies our commitment to providing our customers with design individuality, expert craftsmanship, and sustainable fine jewelry.”
 
The collection generally retails between $2,490 and $5,340, though prices can go higher depending on customization. 
 
It is available now through July at BrilliantEarth.com and at Brilliant Earth showrooms. 
 
SEE: The Tacori x Brilliant Earth Collection
Ashley Davisis the senior editor, fashion at National Jeweler, covering all things related to design, style and trends.

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