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.
Every facet of these dramatically beautiful pieces reflects the passion of the Tacori family for creating beautiful heirlooms to be treasured for generations. This extra attention to detail, personal craftsmanship, and stunning beauty, which transforms each Tacori design into a unique work of art, is known as the Tacori Touch.
Handcrafted in California, these remarkably detailed rings and fine jewelry pieces become the timeless symbols of connection that join individuals and generations. The stunning beauty and intricacy of each piece of Tacori jewelry is the result of an uncompromising passion for artisanship.
We realize that customers have different tastes and different needs, and we do our best to cater to those requests. To "special order" custom rings from Tacori, please visit your local authorized Tacori retail partner to speak in-depth with their jeweler about your setting selection and to place your order. Custom orders such as custom engagement rings and custom wedding rings do often take longer to create and there may be added costs, depending on the specifics of the project.