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In 1886, Tiffany introduced its first solitaire diamond engagement ring for women. For decades since, couples have visited the jeweler’s stores around the world in search of engagement rings for women, as well as wedding rings. But Tiffany is looking to change that, as it embraces a new wave of couples more than a century later.
a reply to: pravdaseeker
I also predict they will become "something to get" for heterosexual relationships. The bride to be AND the groom to be, both get an engagement ring
originally posted by: olaru12
Don't buy mass produced garbage from a big store. Find a local craftsman and commission something unique and special for that special someone. Unless you really don't care then get something cheap and ordinary.