Diamonds and Gemstones

Vintage wedding rings are unique. Choosing your gemstone should be an extension of who you are. Vintage rings may include round cut diamonds, fancy shape diamonds, mine cut and single cut diamonds, or precious gemstones with sapphires, emeralds and rubies.


White is always in fashion. Platinum and 14 and 18 Kt white gold, featuring antique diamonds and beautiful gemstones, always looks stunning.

Yellow Gold

We have seen a resurgence in 14, and 24 Kt yellow gold. Maybe this is the choice for you. Precious gemstones such as sapphires and rubies look glorious in yellow gold.

Rose Gold

Rose Gold is also hot, with beautiful Victorian wedding rings from the late 1800's and early 1900's. Rose gold has a beautiful texture and is a wonderful complement to an antique engagement ring.

Estate Wedding Ring

All of our Vintage wedding rings and Art Deco wedding bands are estate which gives you the opportunity to choose many different types of wedding bands.

Engraved Wedding Bands

Engraved wedding bands are simple, one of a kind, and unique. Master artisans sat behind benches for weeks on end designing these works of art.

Channel Set Wedding Rings

We saw a resurgence of channel set wedding rings in the 1970's and 1980's, especially with the very hot princess cut diamond shape. Channel set wedding rings are beautifully elegant and classic.

Traditional Prong Set

There is nothing more classic than a traditional prong setting, and with beautiful emerald cut diamonds this simply is one of a kind.

Pave Setting

The pave setting is beautiful, and a vintage wedding ring with pave set diamonds is truly classic.Pave set diamonds actually have tiny beads of metal in between a thin bar giving a sparkling look. This vintage band is fantastic, circa 1940's.

Conflict Free

All of our vintage wedding rings are conflict free.We will never source any gemstones or precious gemstones. Estate jewelry has been produced before any major conflict, so underage children were never used. When you make up new jewelery no one can guarantee that fact!

Final Thoughts:

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