Shiny Things

After this post, it’s safe for you all to assume that I love jewelry, LOL. And naturally all of us who love it, find pleasure in looking at various designers and clipping things we hope to own. Tacori produces some of the most timeless and elegant pieces I have ever seen in my life. Just beautiful.

The Tacori Legacy

The Tacorian family’s proud tradition of passion is expressed in everything they create. Spanning four decades, Tacori designs have fused classic elegance with modern inspiration, creating some of the world’s most highly regarded and exquisite jewelry.

The Tacori legacy begins with Haig Tacorian, patriarch of the family, who in 1969 left Europe to start a new life in the United States. In California, Haig and his wife Gilda devoted themselves to creating fine jewelry with a unique and distinctive European flair.

Haig is still the father of the company, with his son Paul and daughter Nadine, as well as several other Tacorian family members, all carrying on the family tradition of passion, quality, attention to detail and personal customer care.

Today, the care Tacori brings to every piece of jewelry is inspired by Haig’s original vision. Tacori not only creates intricately crafted artisan jewelry, but also upholds a family legacy. Tacori’s signature design component is defined by the unique design element of the crescent silhouette: interlocking half-moon arcs, which provide windows of light to reflect the brilliance of the diamonds placed within each crescent silhouette semi-circle

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