Brides-to-be are showing their individuality and are selecting antique engagement rings as a symbol of their love. They are looking to the future by selecting engagement rings from the past.
Brides are choosing antique engagement rings with diamonds and gemstones, for example, diamond and pearl engagement rings, lacey and delicate Edwardian engagement rings, or bold and sassy Art Deco engagement rings. Ruby engagement rings, with their fiery color, always demand to be noticed. Emerald engagement rings are magical with their lush green gemstones. The cool blue hues of aquamarine are often paired with diamonds to create enchanting heirloom aquamarine engagement rings. And, of course, we all remember the sapphire engagement ring that Prince Charles gave to Lady Diana. Sapphire engagement rings are popular in a myriad of hues including blue, pink, yellow, green, white and more. Whether you're traditional or non-traditional, classic or chic, find a unique, one-of-a-kind ring from Topazery's antique engagement rings collection.
An alluring aquamarine steals the show -- and her heart -- in this platinum antique Edwardian ring. The slim band is etched in a chevron pattern around the back before transforming into fancy piercing at the shoulders. Old style diamonds add shimmer throughout the romantic setting.
Details: Antique, Edwardian. Circa 1925. Platinum. Old style single cut diamonds; 0.09 carats. Round cut aquamarine; 0.82 carats.
The setting of this antique aquamarine ring has a Romeo and Juliet flavor about it. The band is open weaved at the shank and shoulders and then dappled with delicately engraved peonies down the shoulders and back like the kind that might have romantically adorned Juliet's lovely locks.
Details: Antique. Circa 1920. Trademark CK. 18k white gold. Round cut aquamarine, 0.37 carats.
Vintage Engagement Ring with Old European Cut Diamond
Romantic X-shaped kisses blow their way down the shoulders of this vintage engagement ring, but their kissing cousin, the hug, is not to be outdone. The collection of diamonds that accentuate this ring adds plenty of O-shaped embraces.
Details: Vintage. Circa 1930. 18k white gold. Old European and single cut diamonds; 0.61 carats.
The antique pierced mounting of this Art Deco aquamarine engagement ring wraps the finger in Old World lace. Fancy floral and filigree work adds femininity to the band. The metallic lacework culminates in a hexagonal top setting that cradles a round aquamarine.
Details: Antique, Art Deco. Circa 1920. 18k white gold. Round aquamarine, 0.37 carats.
According to Indian lore, the chickadee is the bird of truth and this Edwardian engagement ring playfully honors that legend. A pair of chickadees is tucked amongst the botanical carvings and cutouts that decorate the elaborately filigreed band. Perched on opposite sides of a GIA-certified old European cut diamond, the birds are gloriously chirping away about love.
A pale round aquamarine rises out of this antique engagement ring, bathing the finger in a soft glow. The aquamarine is set in a platinum coronet shank. Six old style full cut diamonds cascade down the shoulders of the platinum band, lending the illusion of drizzling dew drops to this antique engagement ring.
Details: Platinum. Old style full cut diamonds; 0.19 carats. Round aquamarine; 2.06 carats. Antique, Circa 1925. .
In this vintage engagement ring, a ruby pushes its way through an 18k white gold lattice, as if it were summer's sole remaining rose. The ruby is square set inside a hexagon, giving this engagement ring geometric intrigue. The pierced filigreed band combines the elemental appeal of feathers, curlicues and fronds.
Details: 18k white gold. Round ruby; 0.20 carats. Vintage, Circa 1930 or later.
In this vintage ring, a cultured natural pearl embraces an old style full cut diamond in a recreation of Rodin's romantic sculpture "The Kiss." The hand-wrought, polished 18k yellow gold band gleams in an open wave around its main attractions. The mounting of this pearl ring is done in an offset design.
Details: 18k yellow gold. Old style full cut diamond; 0.11 carats. Natural pearl. Vintage, Circa 1930 or later.
Triangular scissor cut blue sapphires lend a colorful and unexpected accent to this Art Deco engagement ring's transitional cut diamond. This diamond solitaire is octagonally set and is flanked top, bottom and sides with four round single cut diamonds. The platinum band's swirling wave and leafy frond accents complete the design.
Details: Platinum. Round transitional brilliant cut diamond; 0.65 carats. Round single cut diamond; 0.12 carats. Triangular scissor cut sapphire; 0.20 carats. Circa 1920s or later.
Like a bluebird flitting across a golden field of grain, this 1920s antique sapphire filigree engagement ring adds unexpected colorful contrast to the finger. This antique engagement ring's centerpiece round faceted mixed cut blue sapphire weighs 1.42 carats. This violet blue gemstone is set in a 14k yellow gold band that is enhanced with delicate filigree work along the shoulders and underbezel. Circa 1920.
The domed spider web setting of this Art Deco sapphire antique engagement ring casts an alluring spell. The platinum band is a stunning combination of pierced angular cutouts and textured Xs and fronds. Tucked amidst this spellbinding display are eighteen full and single cut diamonds. The cupola top setting captures a 0.97-carat round blue sapphire in its center. Circa 1920.
This antique diamond engagement ring has a pierced filigree design that wraps the underbezel in leaves and vines. This breathtaking architecture lays the foundation for an octagonal top setting. The GIA certified 0.97 carat round brilliant cut diamond solitaire that rests in the center of this geometric display is N in color and SI1 in clarity. An additional six old style single cut diamonds accent the band of this antique engagement ring, giving it a total diamond weight of 1.04 carats. Circa 1920.
An outstanding aquamarine and a floral and filigree setting make this antique Edwardian engagement ring irresistible. You'll love how the flowery spray ascends up the pierced mounting to cup the centerpiece 0.88-carat round aquamarine. Four old European cut bead set diamonds highlight the shoulders, lending 0.14 diamond carats to this antique engagement ring. A platinum setting is the finishing touch to this Edwardian ring. Circa 1910.
Curlicues and beads wrap the bezel and shoulders of romantic Art Deco antique diamond engagement rings like this one. The lovely pierced mounting rises to a hexagonal top setting. Trimmed in milgrain, the setting cradles a GIA-certified round brilliant transitional cut diamond. This diamond solitaire weighs 0.42 carats and is G in color and VVS2 in clarity. The 18k white gold construction of the band lends sophistication. Circa 1920.
An eye-catching design is enhanced by the warmth of 14k yellow gold and the glitter of diamonds in this antique Victorian engagement ring. The unique mounting of this antique engagement ring arranges the diamonds in a glorious flower blossom design. Six stations along the circumference hold round diamonds with the center diamond elevated above the rest. In combination, the seven diamonds that accent this Victorian engagement ring weigh 2.00 carats. Circa 1900s. .
This antique three stone ring by Whitehouse Brothers is a miniature work of art in platinum. It exemplifies the fine craftsmanship and delicate designs of Edwardian jewelry. Two white diamonds and a Ceylon blue sapphire in bezel settings are surrounded by fine mille graining and filigree. A lace-like open work leaf and vine motif undulates around the stones. The underbezel has a delicate open work design. Antique Edwardian rings like this one are perfect for her engagement ring, anniversary ring, or "Just Because". Circa 1910.
This 1920's antique engagement ring is set in an architecturally stunning pierced filigree mounting in a curling sprig design. The hexagonal top cradles a GIA-certified old European cut diamond. This 0.80 carat diamond is K in color with VS1 clarity. This antique diamond engagement ring is made of platinum. Circa 1920.
Charming old world details come together to make this pierced and engraved antique engagement ring a visually spectacular one. The platinum band is carved down the shoulders in a combination of chevrons and feathers. Four old style full cut diamonds are tucked into the pierced mounting. Ascending from the center is a GIA-certified old European cut diamond that is K in color and VVS2 in clarity. This diamond weighs 0.79 carats. The total diamond weight of this antique engagement ring is 0.94 carats. Circa 1920.
This Art Deco antique engagement ring's pierced mounting is a genuine attention grabber. It showcases a flirty Art Deco combination of leaves and swirls. The mounting of this antique engagement ring rises to an elevated square pedestal. In the midst of this display is a round European cut diamond that weighs 0.05 carats. Circa 1920.
An elaborate platinum filigree mounting holds an old European cut diamond in this late Edwardian ring. With a color of L, a clarity of VS1, and weighing 0.78 carats, this old European cut diamond is GIA certified. French cut blue sapphires and single cut diamonds dance amidst the filigree. This delightful mix of blue and white adds interest to the mounting of this romantic Edwardian ring. Circa 1920.
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.
Delicate flowers and sweeping curls and loops soften this Edwardian ring's edges. The 18k white gold band of this antique engagement ring is carved and pierced in a dramatic mix of floral elements. An old European diamond solitaire is set in the multi-tiered hexagonal top plate. This old cut diamond weighs 0.12 carats. Circa 1920.
Intriguing cutwork and a two-tone mounting set this 1920s antique diamond filigree engagement ring apart. The 18k yellow gold band is topped with a hexagonal 18k white gold top. Pierced coronets and scroll work highlight the band. Inside the hexagonal top setting is a round brilliant cut diamond. This diamond centerpiece weighs 0.25 carats and is K in color and SI2 in clarity. Circa 1920.
This pierced filigree and diamond antique engagement ring has a matching antique band! Set in 18k white gold, the wedding band is carved in a wheat and bead pattern. The matching antique engagement ring is ornately pierced at the shank and shoulders. The tiered mounting lends geometric intrigue with a lozenge nestled inside a pair of octagons. Cradled at the center is an old European cut diamond. See Details for ring sizes. Circa 1920.