About TacoriHandcrafted fine jewelry pieces designed and manufactured in California, Tacori pieces are made to be remembered. From their intricate metal-work to the eye-catching Tacori crescent embedded into the side of every ring band, you will find their latest bridal and fashion jewelry styles at our showroom. Every Tacori piece starts with a simple sketch, and using the latest technologies in the jewelry industry, each drawing is turned into a 3D model before the design is finally cast in precious metal. All Tacori pieces are conflict-free and truly masterpieces to behold.
Popular Tacori Collections at Good Old GoldWith their signature design, the crescent silhouette defined by the interlocking half-moon arcs, many Tacori pieces are sure standouts. For the fashionista looking to make their mark with this West Coast-based designer, explore one of their many fashion jewelry collections. Inspired by the stunning California coastline, the Crescent Cove is a definite favorite for many customers. For some fun and outstanding use of color, look no further than the Color Medley collection with its candy-colored gems. The earrings, pendants, and fashion rings found in the Sonoma Skies collection present delicate jewelry with rich hues and cool sky-blue topaz. The artisans at Tacori, inspired by the different purple hues of springtime, crafted the jewelry pieces in their Lilac Blossom collection to be reminiscent of the lilac flower.
Celebrate your intense passion and romance with their bridal collections. Using their iconic Tacori crescent to distinctive effect, the Classic Crescent features diamonds on the inner face of the ring. The crevices between each crescent reflect the brilliance of the diamonds held within each design. If you are looking for a more minimalist look, the Simply Tacori collection offers a pared-down, elegant look in each of their bridal pieces for rings that will be cherished for years to come. These are only a few of the collections Tacori has been made known for, with many more designs and collections capturing the intricate detailing known as the Tacori Touch.