Saturday, October 12, 2013
A. Jaffe has spent the last century mulling over the major concerns in engagement ring and wedding band selection, so that you wouldn’t have to. A. Jaffe was established in 1892 at New York’s diamond district and reputed name in bridal jewelry. A. Jaffe rings are graced by the rarest diamonds displaying maximum brilliance, selected so efficiently that in total they add up to less than 0.5% of the total supply of diamonds. The palladium alloy that make up the shank and mountings are meticulously processed to remain hypoallergenic and nickel-free material. The one crafted of white gold are also remarkable in their purity, and especially alloyed to ensure the rings never turn yellow no matter how many seasons have passed. The A. Jaffe signature shank, which has a flattened bottom part, prevents the ring from turning around the finger and losing the comfort and optimum position of the central diamond.
For everything you are looking for in a ring, drop by Shreve & Co. in Palo Alto to find A. Jaffe’s perfect fit for you.