Excuse us while we wax poetic about antique and vintage engagement rings. Or on second thought, just check out our past posts here and here. We discovered these beauties and felt compelled to share. The lead photo in honor of Independence Day! Can’t choose a favorite? Neither can we!
Early Victorian, circa 1870 platinum topped 18K yellow gold flower ring featuring a bezel set natural round sapphire, off set by a round ruby. This beautiful ring forms two flowers that each grow to the top and bottom of the ring, each accented with petals and leaves of fourteen rose cut diamonds ~ Trumpet & Horn
Edwardian era, circa 1915 platinum ring centering a beautiful bezel set Cushion cut sapphire, accented with a delicate platinum laurel wreath that frames the center sapphire and is set with eighteen single cut diamonds. Finished with milgraining along each edge and pretty hand engraving along the shank ~ Trumpet & Horn
Vintage Art Deco, circa 1930 platinum ring centered with a 1.70 carat diamond and accented by a halo of single cut diamonds ~ Erstwhile Jewelers
Edwardian era, circa 1905 emerald bezel, set in gold on a platinum mounting. The square design around the stone features circular cut diamonds that extend down the shank ~ Erstwhile Jewelers