Jewelry can be so much more than an accessory; it can be a form of self-expression or a piece of history handed down through the generations. That’s why Tacori sees themselves as so much more than an engagement ring maker, though that’s what catapulted the company to the spotlight.
To Tacori, jewelry tells a story. Your story. It signifies style and speaks to your passions. Which is why every little detail that goes into a Tacori piece is so important to them, and what makes the company so popular today.
A Family Business
Tacori was founded by Haig and Gilda Tacorian in Los Angeles in 1979, and remains a family business to this day. Each piece is handcrafted by their artisans in Southern California, and the laidback SoCal vibe can be seen in many of their designs.
The company experienced massive growth in 2003 after their engagement rings were featured on the very first season of “The Bachelorette,” and then-stars Trista and Ryan Sutter exchanged Tacori wedding bands in their televised wedding.
Tacori’s signature design element is the crescent silhouette. Originally conceptualized as the tops of a heart, the crescent can be seen inside many pieces, particularly embedded into the inner face of engagement rings. It’s details like these that truly set Tacori apart.
Engagement Rings and So Much More
The Dantela collection pays tribute to the Tacorians’ Romanian roots, and is the type of engagement ring meant to be a timeless heirloom. Dantela means “lace” in Romanian, and the lacy detail under the crown of each ring is a tribute to spectacular craftsmanship. The smaller, spotlight diamonds in the Dantela bloom of diamonds are also designed to make every center diamond look 30% larger. The Dantela collection also includes other pieces like diamond stud earrings that use the same bloom concept.
If you’re looking for an engagement ring that’s a bit simpler or more affordable without losing that attention to detail, then the Coastal Crescent collection is for you. Designed for solitaires or bloom diamonds, it’s the only Tacori design available in 14-karat white, rose, and yellow gold, with a price pint starting at just $1,490. But it still features the gorgeous crescent and hidden diamonds in the inner face of the ring, because with Tacori, you don’t lose luxury with price.
Tacori isn’t just for engagements, though. Tacori women’s jewelry is some of the most beautiful and eye-catching in the industry. The Ivy Lane collection takes takes the crescent and other iconic shapes like the California surfboard and weaves them into pieces that can be mixed, matched, and stacked. It’s everyday jewelry with a sophisticated twist, available in silver and yellow or rose gold.
And Tacori isn’t just about diamonds, either. They’ve got gemstone necklaces, bracelets, and rings as well. The Island Rains collection embraces the beach vibe with bright gemstones in different shades of blue such as turquoise and topaz set in sterling silver. Add a cool vibe and a pop of color to any outfit with these bracelets.
Find More to Love about Tacori at Waterfall Jewelers
Whether you’re looking for an engagement ring for that special someone or to treat yourself to a new piece of jewelry, Waterfall Jewelers is here to help. We’re a family-owned business that has been serving Michigan since 1979, and our customers are our number one priority.
In addition to Tacori, we carry many of the top brands of jewelry and timepieces. We also offer custom designs. Head into one of our stores now or go to our website to start shopping. You can request information on any of our available pieces online!