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 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.
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.
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.
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.
Five rubies burst out of this Retro wedding band like shooting stars. The 14k rose gold band is enhanced with five white gold decorative plates that are shaped like rhombuses. The rubies, which are round cut, are interspersed between the band's birdcage design. They are set in the middle of flowers from which rose gold sparks stream. The combined weight of these five gemstones is 0.50 carats. Circa 1950.
Seven diamonds are set across the top of this platinum antique wedding ring. The platinum band of this antique wedding ring is polished to a high sheen. The zigzag setting cradles seven round single cut diamonds that extend East to West across the finger. Circa 1920.
"I love you truly" is hand engraved on the inside of this delightful antique wedding ring by Belais. The 'X' kisses that are etched around the sides and back of the 18k white gold band echo this romantic sentiment. The front of this antique wedding rings band shimmers with five old style single cut diamonds. These bead set diamond accents total 0.10 carats. They are F to H in color and VVS2 to VS2 in clarity. Circa 1920.
In this vintage diamond wedding ring, a pierced scroll motif in white gold is splashed with diamonds and accented by yellow gold edges. The 14k white and yellow gold band has the unexpected impact of open scroll work down the center. Eleven single cut diamonds accentuate the metallic intrigue. A larger old style round full cut diamond is set in the center. This 0.17 carat diamond is P in color and VVS2 in clarity. The total diamond weight of this vintage wedding ring is 0.28 carats. Circa 1950.
A pierced design and scalloped edges make unusual platinum and diamond antique eternity bands. Fashioned in an interlocking double-row design, this anniversary style diamond ring captivates with its collection of thirty-six full and single cut diamonds. Set in platinum circles and teardrops, these diamonds total 1.44 carats. Milgrain trim separates the geometric elements of this classic eternity band. Circa 1950 or later.
Leaves and ribbons wind their way around her finger in diamond eternity rings like this one. The platinum band of this eternity ring is composed of diamond accented leafy sprigs and fronds which encircle the finger like a miniature wreath. Twenty-two full cut diamonds are bead set in the band's eye-catching display, lending a total diamond weight of 1.19 carats to this anniversary ring. The diamonds range in color from G to J and in clarity from VVS1 to VS2. Circa 1950 or later.
A sapphire and diamond princess style vintage ring features English hallmarks and a classic two toned design. The 18k yellow gold band is topped with an 18k white gold gallery. A trio of round faceted mixed cut blue sapphires are set side by side across the top. The sapphires have a combined gemstone weight of 1.01 carats. Sprinkled around this princess style vintage engagement ring's blue sapphires are sixteen single cut diamonds that total 0.16 carats. Circa 1979.
A bridge of gold holds two sapphires and a diamond for a three stone filigree antique ring from the 1920s. A pair of tapered cushion faceted mixed cut synthetic blue sapphires lends color to this 18k white gold antique ring. Totaling 0.60 carats, the sapphires flank a centerpiece old European cut diamond. This J-colored, SI2-clarity diamond weighs 0.58 carats. Circa 1920.
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.
Seven full cut diamonds dance across the open-arched top of this 14k white gold wedding ring. The diamonds range in color from G to J, in clarity from VS2 to SI2, and have a total diamond weight of 0.19 carats. The band of this intriguing wedding ring has an asymmetrical design on the shoulders. Circa 1960 or later.
Surround her finger in brilliance with this this antique diamond wedding band. The 18k white gold band of this antique wedding ring is hand-pierced. Set with twenty-eight old style full and single cut diamonds, this wedding band shimmers with a total diamond weight of 1.45 carats. Milgrain trimming around the diamonds lends textural flavor to this antique diamond wedding band. Circa 1930.
This diamond wedding band from the 1950s raises the bewitching bar. The 14k white gold band is topped with two diamond rows, for double showcase and shimmer. The ten round full cut diamonds that accentuate this 1950s wedding ring range in color from F to I and in clarity from VS1 to SI2. The total diamond weight of this 1950s wedding band is 0.87 carats. Circa 1950 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.
The soft flap of butterfly wings beats freedom's rhythm in vintage 1940s diamond eternity bands. Scrolling end to end, you'll love the alternating diamond pattern that accentuates the double-vee configuration of this 18k white gold eternity band. The thirty-two diamonds that accent this vintage 1940s eternity band total 0.32 carats. Circa 1945.
Secure the key to her heart for eternity with this old European cut diamond 3 stone ring. The platinum band of this antique ring is intricately designed in a series of three keyhole cutouts that taper down the shoulders. The squared-off top setting of this antique wedding ring holds three old European cut diamonds that are horizontally set across the finger and total 0.38 carats. May be worn as an antique wedding ring or engagment ring. Circa 1920.
Unique contemporary flavor abounds in 1950s wave antique diamond eternity bands. You'll love the ebb and flow effect this eternity band brings to the finger. Set in platinum, this eternity band contains thirty diamonds that total 1.0 carats. Four of the diamonds are tapered baguette cut while the remaining twenty-six are straight baguette cut. The diamonds accentuating this 1950s eternity band range in color from E to G and in clarity from VVS1 to VS2. Circa 1950s 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.