Emerald rings have long been popular because of their lush, earthy green gemstones. Emerald rightly takes it's place in the world of gems as one of the three most popular colored gemstones.
Emeralds have an interesting legacy of violence,
romance, and controversy. The first emerald mines were opened in Egypt
although the exact dates are not known. The Cleopatra emerald mine opened as early as 300 BC. Ancient peoples attributed all kinds of magical qualities to emeralds. Antique emerald rings and emerald jewelry symbolized fertility and rebirth. Scholars wore emeralds to strengthen their memory and become more eloquent. Lovers wore emeralds to learn the truth of their loved ones's intentions. In the sixteenth century violence became part of the emerald's history when Spanish conquistadors looted thousands of emeralds from the mines in South America. Emerald's legacy is as eternal as the stone itself.
Our Emerald Rings Collection
Topazery's selection of emerald rings is always changing so please stop by often. We offer a fine selection of antique emerald rings as well as vintage, and antique style designs. Popular emerald ring designs include halos, solitaires, and filigree as well as unusual cut emerald stones for accent. Many celebrities are announcing their engagement with Edwardian and Art Deco antique emerald engagement rings.
Like a summer meadow respledent with dew, this emerald and diamond engagement ring has a cheerful elegance. Constructed of platinum, the classic carved band of this engagement ring sparkles with diamonds. These forty-eight diamonds total 0.29 carats. Rising from the center, in a 4 prong setting, is a slightly yellowish green round emerald that weighs 0.54 carats. This is a new emerald and diamond engagement ring in the classic style.
Full cut diamonds encircle a trio of emeralds in this antique ring. In this winter ice versus spring verdant duel, the springtime green of the oval and pear-shaped emeralds ultimately wins out. The 14 yellow gold band of this ring has a scalloped trimmed top and offers metallic contrast to the emeralds and diamonds.
Details: 14k yellow gold. Full cut diamonds; 0.66 carats. Oval and pear emeralds; 0.85 carats. Antique, Circa 1930 or later.
Emerald Engagement Ring with Heart Shaped Diamonds
Two heart shaped diamonds snuggle against an emerald in this exotic engagement ring.
The 18k white gold band is stunning with rosebuds decorating the underbelly and diamond-accented arrowheads highlighting the shoulders. A total of twenty-two round brilliant cut diamonds enhance the band while an additional two heart brilliant diamonds flank the emerald at the center. This is a new antique style emerald engagement ring.
Antique rings like this one are made for romantic proposals in faraway places. An antique platinum mounting with an engraved wheat design holds a double-prong-set GIA certified old mine cut diamond. Triangular step cut emeralds add a bit of color and single cut diamonds add glitter to antique Art Deco rings like this one. The low profile design hugs the finger and wraps it in filigreed platinum. This outstanding Art Deco ring is circa 1935.
This dramatic emerald and diamond engagement ring is draped in festive streamers. Milgrain edging lends textural appeal and highlights the six tapered baguette cut diamonds in an 18k white gold mounting. The emerald, which is prong set in the center of this unusual and innovative mounting, weighs 0.51 carats. This is a new emerald engagement ring.
A magnificent mounting of filigree surrounds a green emerald in this antique style engagement ring. The 0.94 carat round emerald is outstanding with a bluish green hue. The 18k white gold band is set with forty-eight round brilliant cut diamonds cascading down the shoulder and shank. The combined weight of all the diamonds is 0.58 carats. This is a new emerald engagement ring in the antique style.