Cover Tiffany & Co. launches its first men's engagement ring, The Charles Tiffany Setting (Photo: Courtesy of Tiffany & Co.)

The Charles Tiffany setting features a bold solitaire diamond and is named after the jeweller's founder Charles Lewis Tiffany

Tiffany & Co. introduces its first men's engagement ring, the Charles Tiffany Setting, which features a bold solitaire diamond.

The ring is named after the jewellery brand's founder, Charles Lewis Tiffany, who in 1886, captivated lovers around the world with the launch of the women's solitaire diamond engagement ring, the Tiffany setting.

This men's engagement ring follows in the footsteps of its iconic sister and honours the jeweller's long-standing legacy in love and inclusivity, paving the way for new traditions to celebrate unique love stories.

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Its design is a modern and bold departure from the traditional wedding band, which recalls a signet silhouette made using platinum and titanium. A classic men's style is revised with powerful contours for a contemporary look. A striking centrestone completes the piece.

The first release of the Charles Tiffany Setting will be available with round brilliant- and emerald-cut diamonds weighing up to five carats. The styles with a round brilliant-cut diamond showcase a streamlined knife-edged band, inspired by the iconic Tiffany Setting.

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