Filigree is the ornamental work of fine gold, silver or platinum metal which is wrought into an openwork design. Filigree dates all the way back to the 3rd century, when the Greeks practiced this fine jewelry art form. Topazery's selection of filigree wedding rings brings back the romanticism of this age-old art. Taking elegance and sophistication to a whole new level, our filigree wedding rings are enhanced with geometric patterns as well as floral cutwork. Whether you choose a style that's delicate and feminine or simple and geometric, a filigree wedding ring will delight her!
Our Filigree Wedding Rings Collection
When you browse Topazery's selection of filigree wedding rings, you'll find diamond accented wedding rings set in a variety of precious metals. We have Art Deco filigree wedding rings, Edwardian filigree wedding rings and Art Nouveau filigree wedding rings. You'll love how our filigree wedding rings' cutwork lends a lacy feel to the finger. You'll also discover feminine floral filigree wedding rings as well as boldly geometric filigree wedding rings. Whether she loves frilly and romantic or angular and showy, you'll find the perfect antique filigree wedding ring at Topazery!
The pretty band of this Edwardian antique ring is pierced with a floral and bow motif. Two matching white sapphires burst from the center of this flowery ribbon backsplash. These focal point gemstones are hexagonal set side by side. A flame fusion blue sapphire is wedged between the two white sapphires, dividing this antique ring into two distinct yet equally scene-stealing segments.
Details: Antique, Edwardian. Circa 1920. 18k white gold. Round cut white and rectangular cut blue sapphires; 1.55 carats.
This antique style filigree wedding band curves ever so slightly to fit its matching engagement ring. Adorned with 26 round brilliant cut diamonds and beautiful milgraining, this antique style wedding band makes an elegant and feminine bridal set when paired with engagement ring style RG-2814.
Elegant sophistication is yours in this princess-inspired filigree and diamond wedding band. Twenty-eight round brilliant cut diamonds accentuate this wedding band and add shimmer and sparkle to the finger. The combined weight of all the diamonds is 0.20 carats. The 18k white gold band of this wedding ring is enhanced with filigree swirls and milgraining. This wedding band is beautiful when paired with engagement ring style RG-1747 or RG-2567.
The diagonal slicing of this Art Deco filigree diamond wedding ring lends visual intrigue to the finger and showcases the band's geometric elements. The twelve rhomboids that surround this antique wedding ring's platinum band are each set with a round modern full cut diamond for a total diamond weight of approximately 0.66 carats. Circa 1920s.
Diamonds, milgraining and fancy cutwork join forces in this filigree and diamond antique style wedding band. A total of fifty-two round brilliant cut diamonds lend sparkle around the finger in this anniversary style wedding band. This wedding band is constructed of 18k white gold and is enhanced with intricate beaded scrollwork. This is a new diamond wedding band in the antique style.
This wedding band is intricately carved in filigreed chevrons and paisley swirls. The 18k white gold band is slightly curved to fit against it's matching engagement ring, style RG-2802 and RG-3178.This is a new filigree wedding band.
This 18k white gold filigree and diamond wedding band is elegant worn alone or paired with a filigree engagement ring. Twenty-two round brilliant cut diamonds accentuate the band along the top and shoulders and six additional diamonds add shimmer and sparkle on the sides. The combined weight of all 28 diamonds is 0.20 carats. Filigree swirls and milgraining further enhance the design of filigree wedding rings like this one. This band compliments engagement ring RG-1747 and RG-2567.
Diamond studded rhombuses playfully encircle this platinum and filigree vintage wedding ring to create a "hugs and kises" or XO pattern around the vintage band. The rhombuses are trimmed in milgrain. The twelve single cut diamonds that accentuate them have a combined weight of 0.54 carats. Vintage wedding rings like this one make romantic one-of-a-kind anniversary gifts. Circa 1950.
Diamond leaves dance around her finger in this hand wrought diamond eternity band. Oval set on the diagonal, twenty-two single cut bead set diamonds encircle the pierced antique platinum band. This anniversary style antique wedding ring has a total diamond weight of 0.44 carats. Circa 1950.
Like luminous strobe lights, this Art Deco filigree and diamond wedding ring mesmerizes the eye with its geometric design. Constructed of platinum, the band of this antique wedding ring is set with eleven round single cut diamonds. Ranging in color from G to I and in clarity from VVS2 to SI2, the diamonds that encircle this Art Deco wedding ring total 0.22 carats. Circa 1930s or later.
The platinum band of this antique filigree and diamond wedding ring boasts filigree work and milgrained rhomboids. Each of the ten rhomboids that surround this antique wedding ring is set with a round single cut diamond. The total diamond weight of this antique wedding ring is 0.30 carats. Circa 1935 or later.
Visual details add impact to classic antique filigree wedding rings. Set in 18k white gold, the band of this antique wedding ring is accented with a collection of G-I-colored, VVS1-I1-clarity diamonds. These round single cut diamonds total 0.20 carats of diamond weight. Cross-hatched filigree work lends additional textural flavor to this antique filigree wedding ring. Circa 1954.
This antique Art Deco wedding ring has a band of shimmering diamonds which extend half-way around the finger. Constructed of 18k white gold, the band of this antique wedding ring concentrically stretches out into a stem and leaf pattern. Twelve single cut round diamonds accent this Art Deco wedding ring's double-sided stalks. Totaling approximately 0.24 carats, these dozen diamonds are SI1-I1 in clarity and I-J in color. Circa 1920s.