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I have been given the choice to ANY engagement ring-

and I'm after the 2.2 carat platinum setting brilliant cut diamond ring (as I have always dreamed lol), just one big stone thats it from Tiffanys... is it worth it? of you think I should looking into another jeweler ??

I honestly think that if you're not a label whore, you should look into other jewelry designers/makers. You can probably have the most awesome custom made ring for a fraction of the price you would pay for a Tiffany Setting.

But that is just my honset opinion! congrats on the pending engagement!!

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^^ Thank you Ill let you know what I decide

ahaha @ labels whore lol

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as I have never owned Tiffany diamonds, I don't really know if it's worth it, but my husband got my ring at an antique store and it's from the 1920's and it's more special to me than if he waltzed into Tiffany. He probably also got more ring for the price than he would have there.

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I just got the necklace from the new keys collection


















and I love it!

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I love that necklace. How long is the chain?

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It's 24inch long

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That's a great length, whenever i have looked into getting a necklace from Tiffany's their chains were always 16inches long. I might have to look into getting myself one; now there is longer chains.


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I LOVE that key pendant, simply gorgeous!!!

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Hmm, I am not a Tiffany's fan. Actually, I prefer to buy non-label jewellery ... the making charges are less. You can actually buy more diamonds that way. I just dont get the fascination.

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I love your necklace. How much did you pay for it? I need to start saving up ;]]

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I paid 120 € for it

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