5 Ways to Bloom Your Diamond

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Most commonly known as the “Halo”, at Tacori we “Bloom” your center diamond to add some extra sparkle to your ring! 

No matter which bloom you choose, a Tacori Bloom is a gorgeous design detail that will make heads turn with its added pop of sparkle. Tacori Blooms perfectly wrap around the center stones for a seamless blanket of diamonds.

Here are 5 Ways to Bloom Your Diamond. 

Spotlight Bloom

Offers perfectly-placed diamonds positioned beneath the circumference of the center stone to transform the shape or style of the diamond and add extra spotlight sparkle. 

Dantela STYLE 2620RDLGP

Dantela
STYLE 2620RDLGP
$5,120.00 USD IN PLATINUM
Not including center diamond

Traditional Bloom

Consists of bright cut diamonds that encircle the center stone on the same plane. With minimal metal visible, this is a classic bloom that can make a center diamond look up to 30% larger.

Coastal Crescent STYLE P101RD65FW

Coastal Crescent
STYLE P101RD65FW
$1,890.00 USD IN 14KT WHITE GOLD
Not including center diamond

Diamond Intense Bloom

Larger diamonds and more diamonds on the Bloom, combined with very minimal visible metal equals a bigger Diamond Intense Bloom.

Full Bloom STYLE 37-2RD7

Full Bloom
STYLE 37-2RD7
$8,060.00 USD IN PLATINUM
Not including center diamond

Decorative Bloom

Intricately detailed designs that give a totally unique look. Whether it’s Art Deco, Edwardian style or simply “Vintage”, the Decorative Bloom has tremendous heirloom appeal.

Crescent Chandelier STYLE HT2568RD6

Crescent Chandelier
STYLE HT2568RD6
$5,690.00 USD IN PLATINUM
Not including center diamond

Double Bloom

Twice as nice! Two strands of diamonds, one encircling the top of the center diamond and a second wrapping around the side of the stone, create spectacular detail.

RoyalT STYLE HT2653RD8

RoyalT
STYLE HT2653RD8
$14,390.00 USD IN PLATINUM
Not including center diamond

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