Posted: 18 Mar 2011 06:40 AM PDT
Tiffany & Co. was founded by Charles Lewis Tiffany in 1837 and is considered one of the finest companies in the world of jewelry. E 'famous for its wide range of high quality jewelry and its trademark little bag' of blue. The Tiffany & Co. store on 57 Avenue in New York City, which appeared in the 1961 film Breakfast at Tiffany's very popular with tourists. To be honest, I have to admit that Tiffany & Co. makes my knees weak. I do not think I'm alone. It is somethingTherefore, one of those blue bags, which seems to trigger a reaction in the brain to be joyous of women. I can not explain … it just happens.
Vera Wang has worked his start in fashion for the fashion elite such as Vogue and Ralph Loren. E 'come to sell their high-end, fashionable wedding dresses. However, it has its business in other terms and more recently in the design of engagement rings for Bailey Banks andBiddle.
Barry Verragio studied at the prestigious Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City. He worked several years in the jewelry before his current wife suggests. To make his ring, he invented a new technique that hung over the diamond ring. The engaged couple received many compliments on the rings, the Barry's company based in the ring he designed for Tanya decided to start with. Many years later, the couple and VerragioJewellery companies are still strong.
Haig Tacori came to America in 1970 and has a reputation for exceptional platinum jewelry designs. Tacori rings on the popular TV series, The Bachelor been identified.
Scott Kay led the resurgence in popularity of platinum engagement rings. E 'is considered one of the most popular jewelers known American wife. Her designs are available within the reach of most consumers.
Ritani engagement rings are a matter of styleComfort. I particularly like the look of the Rings Collection Endless Love. With a variety of elegant designs and a price range Ritani is sure to win many fans.
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