JUC or Tiffany Setting

Clifmar

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which would you choose? A .15 ct Tiffany setting or a JUC thin?
 

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Clifmar

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JUC for sure. The Tiffany just looks like an engagement ring. Nice but not interesting in my book.
See I agree with that but the diamond is so tempting! And I’m a jeweler so it hurts to pay 1200 for a gold band but I appreciate Cartier and their designs so much. I’m going to go try both on and see how they look with my other rings
 

mewt

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Have you considered second hand? I got a 0.47ct F VVS2 Tiffany solitaire for $1600, authentic with paperwork and serial numbers checked in store. I also wear it as a rhr and find it plenty fun to look at, it's a great setting for showing off the sparkle! However when I wear it I don't wear my ering on the other hand because they are a bit repetitive if worn together.

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If you do go for the secondary market be careful of scammers, but there's a ton of authentic deals out there too.

You should go try these on in person first, that should help make up your mind quickly!
 

fabuleux

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I love the idea of a Tiffany diamond but I’ve been thinking of a JUC for several months now. So torn!
A Tiffany diamond is just a diamond that you can find anywhere else but at a higher price! Don't be fooled by the brand name. Shop around for a diamond and get all the specs before making your decision.

Anyways, my vote goes to Juste un clou. I'm actually considering one of them myself!
 
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Gimmethebag

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I looooove Tiffany diamonds (and no one can tell me different :hbeat:) but for a RHR, I would choose a different design from Tiffany than the traditional Tiffany setting.

Between these two, the JUC makes more sense.
 
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