Having troubles finding the perfect vintage engagement ring? Use our vintage jewelry guide and discover everything you need to know!
The wedding season is officially open and that probably inspired you to think of your engagement ring. You might have even started making plans and decisions about your own engagement or wedding, however, as many other people, you may not be certain about all the details. We suppose you want something special, as every future bride-to-be wants, especially when it comes to your ring. The ring is a piece of jewelry you will wear every day and it should be something unique and special.
If you are having troubles finding the perfect vintage engagement ring, we have some tips for you included in our vintage jewelry guide.
Future brides-to-be prefer feminine and romantic style such as rings made from around 1901-1920 or rings from the Edwardian period. These rings are made of platinum and they have unique details in the metalwork and can be pierced with patterns. The center stones for these gorgeous Edwardian rings are round Old-European or Old-Mine-cut-diamonds and they were cut by hand and that is why that have amazing chunkiness to them.
The brides who prefer minimalist-style go for Art Deco rings or rings from the 1920s and 30s. The gems in these rings come in all kinds of shapes, for example, there are heart shape diamonds, emerald-cut diamonds, and usually, you may find side stones on the rings such as tapered or trillions of baguettes. They were usually made of platinum and given the exact period, you may find geometric pattern designs on the rings.
When it comes to vintage rings’ price, what can people expect?
Setting up a budget before buying vintage engagement rings is really important. When it comes to the price for vintage rings, there are rings from $4000 to $90.000. The average price is around $10.000. If your budget is lower and you are looking for a less expensive ring, rubies, sapphires, and emeralds are also a great option. A vintage engagement ring with a diamond cluster instead of a center diamond stone may cost around $4000 or $5000.
Where to shop for vintage rings?
If you want to find one-of-a-kind and breathtaking vintage rings that you will treasure forever, Brilliant Earth is definitely the store for you. They have a great collection of vintage engagement rings in various shapes, sizes, and colors.
— Sam Urso (@_samurso) October 6, 2017