Rings are the most meaningful of all jewelry. Rings have delighted, captivated,
and thrilled us since the third millennium BC. Perhaps antique rings are the most popular type of jewelry worn today because they touch our hearts with stories of the past and remind us of our dreams for the future. Antique rings are given to express friendship, with the promise of marriage, and to celebrate memorable occasions.
Our Antique Rings Collection
Topazery offers an extraordinary collection of antique rings. We specialize in rings with old cut diamonds. You'll find antique rings with rose cut diamonds and old mine cut diamonds, as well as old European cut diamonds. Topazery also presents an amazing collection of antique colored stone rings with sapphires, rubies, emeralds, aquamarines, citrines, tourmalines, and many more beautiful gemstones. Find an antique gemstone ring to announce your engagement or to celebrate an anniversary or special occasion.
A trellis design filigree mounting in 14k white gold teams up with a round brilliant cut diamond in this vintage engagement ring. Curlicues accent the shoulders of this sophisticated filigree vintage ring. Circa 1930.
This antique Art Deco engagement ring showcases a bead set old style full cut diamond surrounded by mille grain in a hexagonal top. The classic pierced design mounting also features flowers on four corners of the gallery. Circa 1920.
Art Deco Antique Cocktail Ring with Curlicued Hearts
This romantic Art Deco cocktail ring features an elaborate filigree mounting in 18k white gold. The design features single cut diamonds in four tear drop surrounds which are embraced by curlicued hearts. Trademark of JSK. Circa 1920.
Rising majestically upwards, a pierced and engraved mounting holds a bead set diamond in a hexagonal top plate. This antique engagement ring also features a wheat motif on the shoulders. All of the details are classic Art Deco! Circa 1920.
In this playful Edwardian cocktail ring, two bezel set gemstones -- a greenish blue aquamarine and a pastel blue green quartz -- are framed by diamonds. The classic platinum hand-wrought filigree mounting is dazzling with 50 bead set diamonds. Circa 1915.
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.
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.
The wide band of this vintage wedding ring has polished sections on top and bottom. In between, floral cut waves rollick down the center, lending eye-catching contrast to this vintage wedding band.
Details: Vintage. Circa 1945. 14k white gold.
In the early morning hours of dawn, the meadow shimmers with the radiance of dew. That same glimmer shines in this platinum knife edge vintage wedding ring. Constructed of iridium-platinum, this wedding ring has a timeless design. Circa 1950 or later.
A charming aquamarine peeks out from a delicately textured band in this vintage aquamarine engagement ring. The setting is carved in a frond and floral motif. The band of this vintage engagement ring culminates in a square mounting, inside of which is a round aquamarine. The soothing colors of the ocean radiate from this natural gemstone.
Details: Vintage. Circa 1950s. 14k white gold. Round aquamarine, 0.40 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.
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.
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.
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.
An ebony butterfly dances in a field of 14k white gold filigree flowers in this antique cocktail ring. The butterfly's tablet cut onyx wingspan is centerpieced with an octagonal set round single cut diamond. The lovely floral filigree cutwork extends down the shoulders of the band.
Details: 14k white gold. Round single cut diamond; 0.03 carats; Tablet onyx. Circa 1930s or later.
A domed topsetting culminates in a hexagonal set old mine cut diamond in this antique filigree engagement ring. The diamond solitaire is bead set. Delicate open filigree work accentuates the dome. The 18k white gold band is carved at the shoulders.
Details: 18k white gold. Old mine cut diamond; 0.09 carats. Circa 1930s 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.
This smashing antique aquamarine cocktail ring is for the woman who likes rings that make a dramatic statement on her finger. The focal point greenish blue marquise cut aquamarine weighs 5.10 carats. The 14 yellow gold band that clutches the aquamarine is highlighted with scalloped wings at the shoulders and fancy open scrollwork around the bezel. 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. A GIA certified 0.97 carat round brilliant cut diamond solitaire rests in the center of this geometric display. 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.
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.
Smooth and streamlined, this vintage diamond wedding ring is set in14k white gold. The elongated top setting of this vintage wedding ring cradles a collection of seven single cut diamonds that total 0.07 carats. Set side by side in an East-West array, these diamonds range in color from E to I and in clarity from VS1 to SI2. Circa 1935.