Vintage Engagement Rings Offer Unique Style
From art deco settings to miligrain bands, channel something old for a truly unique engagement ring.
New Vintage Ring Styles
There’s something so special about vintage-inspired engagement rings. Even though they’re not actually decades old, they give your most important piece jewelry an elegant, timeless and seriously one-of-a-kind feel.
Vintage Engagement Ring Style
As for what defines a ring as a “vintage” aesthetic, it’s truly all in the details. Etched metals, floral motifs, smaller, triple-set stones, and even gemstones like sapphires, rubies, and emeralds give a ring an old-world feel. Back in the day, rose-cut and cushion cut (once called old mine cut) stones were all the rage, as was yellow gold. Another telltale sign is an Asscher cut diamond or setting. Micro-pavé bands in a more mosaic-like arrangement (as opposed to the popular halo) make for an antique-look, too, as does any and every art deco-style gem.
New vs Old Vintage Engagement Rings
One of the benefits of rocking a replica rather than the real deal? You’ll save money — true vintage gems tend to be more expensive. Plus, you have more options! The Diamond Broker has tons of pretty antique-style rings to choose from, but we also have authentic estate jewelry. And, most importantly, since vintage rings are one of a kind, you might fall in love with a ring that you cannot readily buy. Luckily,never The Diamond Broker can recreate any ring, so yours will truly be unique.
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