10 Timeless Vintage Engagement Ring Styles
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Sunday, September 27, 2015
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Vintage style engagement rings are making a huge comeback. Here are ten stunning styles to inspire your custom engagement ring design! Featuring rings from the Victorian, Edwardian, and Art Deco periods.


1. Old European Cut Diamond with Sapphire Halo

This first style is a personal favorite of mine! I love sapphires, and when you pair a sapphire halo with an intricate, vintage cushion cut the result is simply divine.

2. Cushion Cut with Halo and Gold Setting:

If you love a gold setting and tons of bling, a large cushion cut with a diamond halo is the perfect style for you!

3. Old Mine Cushion Cut Diamond:

An old mine cut diamond is filled with history, dating back to the 1830s. If you love history and large carat size, this ring is everything you’ve been searching for!

4. Art Deco Asscher Cut Diamond with Sapphire Halo:

Straight out of The Great Gatsby, this asscher cut diamond with sapphire halo is truly glamorous.

5. Emerald Cut Diamond with Onyx Halo:

Onyx is being seen more and more lately, and we love how it adds a dark, complex element to an engagement ring.

6. Art Deco Natural Pearl with Diamond Halo:

Pearls used to be all the rage for socialites. Both classy and dainty, I think a pearl engagement ring is a timeless look that can never go out of style!

7. Edwardian Solitaire:

If a delicate engagement ring is right up your alley, then this Edwardian engagement ring is the perfect choice!

8. 1920’s Cushion Cut Diamond:

For an engagement ring with a thin setting, this 1920’s cushion cut diamond does not skimp on the bling!

9. Platinum Mounting with Old European Cut Diamond

I can’t express just how much I love this engagement ring. Aside from the fact that it’s a show stopper, I just adore thegeometric styling!

10. Old Mine Cut Diamond with Ornate Platinum Setting

If you love a setting that is intricate and glamorous, then this ring is exactly what you’re looking for!



source: junebugweddings

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