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Antique engagement rings have beautiful original old European and mine cut diamonds as their center gemstones. However, here at Vintagediamondring.com, we understand that many couples now want alternative engagement rings that are conflict free, and feature non diamond gemstones, including precious and semi precious gemstones. There are so many eras throughout history to choose an antique engagement ring from. One that can show your personal style. Do you love the warmth of rose gold produced during the Victorian era? Maybe you prefer the beauty of platinum during the Edwardian era!? There are no rules when choosing your vintage ring. It’s simply whichever era you love! Many future brides seem to be drawn, to gemstones including sapphires, rubies, zircons, garnets, citrines, turquoise, and opals. Again, no rules! Just choose a vintage ring that suits your style and shows your love and commitment to each other! Enjoy our selection of unique non-diamond engagement rings that you will enjoy for a lifetime!

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Pros and Cons of Buying a Vintage
Engagement Ring

No gemstone better signifies the blazing heat of summer than the bold and luxurious ruby, the official birthstone of July. This stone is more than just a stunning shade of red or a hot choice for jewelry, however, and learning more about rubies can help you appreciate just how distinctive and beautiful these jewels are.

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Whenever I think of the color red, it reminds me of one of my favorite precious gemstones the ruby. With the warmth of ruby engagement rings, something magical happens every time I put mine on.

The ruby is part of the Corrundum family and celebrates its birthday every July. Rubies come in different shades of red, and from mines including the Siamese and Thailand. However, when a ruby is referred to as “pigeon blood,” it brings to mind the infamous "Burma" ruby. The deeper the intensity of the red, the value of the ruby increases. Burma rubies have imperfections known as "silk.” Many rubies in our collection have GIA or AGL gem certificates, and will not have any heat treatment. Our collection of rubies will never be newly sourced, therefore they are always ethical and conflict free.

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Amazing Antique Engagement Rings

We simply adore antique engagement rings! Decades ago, master jewelers sat behind benches for weeks on end producing engagement rings, which are today considered to be artistic masterpieces. During the 1920's and 1930s, Art Deco or Edwardian era jewelers were not using computer simulations, or cad machines, to copy rings. They were simply hard working masters, producing their bold designs with handcrafted filigree designs. We, at VintageDiamondRing.com, carry beautiful antique engagement rings crafted during the Victorian, Art Deco, Retro and mid century eras. These creations were produced in platinum, with center gemstones such as Old European and mine cut diamonds, antique gemstones, antique rubies, aquamarines, garnets, sapphires and emeralds. They are all original, ethical, and conflict free. If you love Art Deco engagement rings, or just love antique jewelry, you are going to love our engagement rings. Enjoy!

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When we want to find the newest color trend for the upcoming year there’s only one place we look, “Pantone.” For 2019, Pantones color of the year is “Living Coral.” Coral is such a warm and inviting color, and has actually been used extensively in jewelry since the Art Deco era and the mid century 1960's.

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Five Affordable Art Deco Engagement Rings

“Timeless” and “Classic” are two words that are used to describe Art Deco engagement rings. Art Deco engagement rings were produced from the late 1920’s through the late 1930’s using old European cut, and mine cut diamonds. These diamonds were set in platinum and gold geometric mountings with milgrain designs, and complemented with precious (and semi precious) gemstones. Master jewelers sat behind behind benches for weeks on end producing these beautiful Art Deco rings that are so coveted by customers throughout the world today.

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Happy Birthday Zircon

Zircon is a popular semi precious gemstone, which celebrates its birthday every December. Zircon is a silicate mineral, and is found in many different colors, including (the most popular) blue, white (colorless), yellow, green and red. A zircon may be heat treated in order to change its color to colorless. As a matter of fact, they were known to also be used as a substitute for diamonds. During the Art Deco era, zircons were used as center stones, yet their popularity continued during the 1940’s, 1950’s, and 1960’s.

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Happy Birthday Turquoise!

December brings a chill in the air, and it’s the time when we celebrate one of our favorite colors, the beautiful blue of turquoise. Turquoise comes in many different shades, which makes it such a unique gemstone. Let’s celebrate the warmth of turquoise and take a look at why it is such a beautiful semi precious gemstone.

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Antique Diamond Shapes

Antique diamond rings have a unique and distinctive appearance, not just because of the ring style or its vintage details, but because the diamond shape itself is noticeably different than modern stones. Recognizing antique diamond shapes can help you choose the best antique ring for your style and better appreciate the rich history and longevity of an older ring.

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eco-friendly engagement ring

Couples today are more socially conscious and aware of sustainability, environmental impact, and natural alternatives than ever before. It is no surprise, then, that many couples are concerned with choosing an eco-friendly engagement ring that will show their commitment to the planet even as they make their commitment to each other. But what is an eco-friendly engagement ring, and how can you be sure the ring you choose is kind to nature?

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