Vintage Tiffany & Co. 18k Gold Band Ring circa 1980s

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    Textured gold band is a must-have item in your collection. Different finishes work great together and allow you to create an unparalleled look.

    The free form rings are mostly made by pouring molten metal into cavities shaped in stone, plaster or any other material that is easy to form.

    Another technic for achieving a textured surface of the gold is hammering. To create an uneven finish of the metal, jewelers use an anvil and ball peen hammer. Its an old techie rooted deep in the time of the Romans and Greeks.

    To create the most interesting gold ring stacks, we would recommend to combine polished smooth gold and textured gold pieces. For instance, a ring with cavities and folds will look amazing next to a shiny cigar band.

     

    Tiffany & Co. is a symbol of refined taste and superlative quality all over the world. The brand has a reputation of a leader in luxury goods and diamond jewelry.

    Everything about this high-end jewelry maker, including Tiffany Blue color, is iconic. During the time Tiffanys has collaborated with the best jewelry designers such as Jean Schaumberger ,  Elsa Peretti and Paloma Picasso .

    Tiffany & Co engagement rings are unquestionably the most popular among diamond ring brands. What makes it to stand out? The answer is Tiffany diamond cut. Each diamond by the Maker comes with excellent cut grades and is graded in house. The company controls every step of the grading process. Tiffany claims their standards as being higher than GIA standards. For a stone with borderline parameters, Tiffanys experts will go down in grade in order it to be exactly as it described.

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