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4 Art Deco Diamond Rings Like Scarlett Johansson's

Saturday, June 3, 2017 6:46:53 AM America/New_York

Famous Hollywood stars, such as Barbra Streisand and Liz Taylor, loved Art Deco jewelry. Today's stars, like Scarlett Johansson of "Lost in Translation" and "Iron Man" fame, adore Art Deco rings as well. Scarlett Johansson has a beautiful Art Deco diamond ring which features a bezel set european cut diamond surrounded by single cut diamond accents completed with filigree engravings. Antique engagement rings are timeless and showcase glittering mine cut, and european cut, diamonds. They dazzle anyone who wears them. Vintage rings from the 1930's were produced by master jewelers who sat behind benches for weeks on end working on one of a kind pieces that simply can not be reproduced by today's computer simulations. Conflict free diamonds are illegally traded diamonds that were mined in Africa within the last 30-40 years. They are used to finance civil wars. Since all of our diamonds pre-date this time period, they are "conflict free." We never source any precious, or semi precious, gemstones, which may have been discovered while using underage children to dig up the earth's surface. Our gemstone engagement rings are ethical. It's a little known fact that when Hollywood stars start to wear something their adoring public won't be too far behind. Here are four vintage diamond rings and Art Deco dinner rings, like Scarlett's you will love!

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Beautiful Art Deco Engagement Rings

Saturday, June 3, 2017 5:55:21 AM America/New_York

Art Deco engagement rings are bold, and beautiful, with stunning geometric hexagonal and square frames. Mine cut and old european cut diamonds star in these one of a kind antique rings from the 1930's. They adorn your finger like nothing you've seen before. Metals such as platinum, gold and rose gold have stunning handmade milgrain and filigree embellishments made by master jewelers from this era. If you want an alternative engagement ring from this spectacular era you're in luck! There are semi precious gemstones including aquamarines, zircons and amethyst along with precious gemstones such as sapphires, rubies and emeralds. Art Deco rings are versatile, you can wear them to an important office meeting, having coffee with your best friend, or to a formal affair. We welcome you to view these 4 wonderful deco rings you will love for a lifetime!

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Conflict Free Diamonds and Ethical Jewelry!

Sunday, May 21, 2017 4:50:59 AM America/New_York

Today there is a lot of talk about conflict free diamonds and ethical engagement rings . VintageDiamondRing.com takes this very seriously, as we all should. Conflict free diamonds , or as some may call them "blood diamonds," are illegally traded diamonds that have been mined within the last 40-50 years. These diamonds help to finance wars in Africa, including Angola and Sierra Leone. VintageDiamondRing.com only curates antique engagement rings , and estate engagement rings, which feature antique diamonds that predate this time period. Our jewelry is completely conflict free and ethical. We do not source any diamonds, or gemstones. Sourced gemstones may be used to finance civil wars, which also entails digging up our precious earth by using underage children to mine them. We applaud the Kimberley process trying to curb blood diamonds, yet in our opinion, there isn't any fool proof way to guarantee your diamonds and gemstones are ethical and conflict free. We want to help save lives, and the earth. One important way to do that is by purchasing vintage jewelry. We have been doing that for over 30 years.

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Sourcing Diamonds and Consignment

Sunday, May 21, 2017 3:50:19 AM America/New_York

To source or not to source, that is the question! A big controversy today is all about sourcing, and ethical diamonds. Obtaining diamonds and gemstones has never been a problem in the jewelry industry. Sourcing diamonds and gemstones is not an exact science. No one, or any group, can say with 100 percent certainty that all the diamonds and gemstones they are marketing, and selling, are 100 percent conflict free. While most sites, and stores, may have their heart in the right place, they can not say that all of the gemstones and diamonds they offer are ethical. VintageDiamondRing.com does not source any diamonds or gemstones. Gemstones, and semiprecious gemstones, are almost impossible to track. In addition, they may have ethical questions. Our collection of antique diamonds (mine cuts, rose cuts and european cuts), gemstones, antique engagement rings, and vintage jewelry is always purchased from estates. Therefore, they are ethical. We don't sell any type of reproductions or "antique style" rings which use new diamonds or gemstones. Our collection of engagement rings include gemstones such as aquamarines, garnets, and opals from past eras such as the Victorian, Retro, Art Deco and Edwardian when there was war to finance, or any young children to force into labor.

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Sharing Art Deco Jewels With The World

Thursday, May 18, 2017 2:14:12 PM America/New_York

Here VintageDiamondRing.com, when you enter our website, it's like you are traveling back to a different time, or era. When you step inside our site you see gleaming metals such as platinum and rose gold, artistic filigree engravings, aquamarines with deep blue hues reminding you of the carribean ocean, and beautiful antique mine cut diamonds. Antique jewelry represents a time when master jewelers actually cared about their craft. They sat behind benches making beautiful pieces of jewelry for their customers to enjoy. No computers, no molds, just beautiful handmade engagement rings, necklaces and earrings. Art Deco, Victorian, and Edwardian jewelry can not be reproduced today. They are considered works of art, just like beautiful paintings. Our goal is to curate, and share, Art Deco engagement rings and vintage jewelry with the world. We want our customers to express their true selves with beautiful alternative engagement rings . We do not use newly mined diamonds, gemstones, or reproductions. We only offer vintage, and antique, mine cut or european cut diamonds with vintage rubies and aquamarines...all with timeless, classic Art Deco rings. Here are four estate rings you will love!

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Happy Birthday Emerald!

Tuesday, May 16, 2017 1:04:17 PM America/New_York

Emerald has been a favorite of jewelry enthusiasts dating all the way back to the Victorian era and continued into the Art Deco era, the 1960's and 1970's, and continues today. Our collection of emerald engagement rings is always from estates. We never source any emeralds. All of our emeralds will be accompanied by either an AGL or GIA gemstone report. Emeralds may contain some type of oil treatment which will be reported on the certificate. A beautiful antique emerald ring is very much coveted today, and will bring very strong prices in today's market place. The legend of this gemstone is one of riches, wealth and love, elegance and passion. So let's wish the emerald a very happy birthday, and view five stunning pieces of vintage emerald jewelry you will love.

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J.E Caldwell, Lambert Bros Jewelers and Belais Manufacturers

Sunday, May 14, 2017 8:58:52 AM America/New_York

Websters dictionary states that the word, synonymous, is a like in meaning or identifiable. When we think of Belais jewelers we think of white gold, and with Lambert Bros. we think of the pear shape diamond and Liz Taylor. Belais Manfacturing Company was started by David Belais in the late 1800's and lasted until the early 1940's. They were one of the earliest manufacturers of white gold. Belais applied for a patent in the early 1900's for white gold. His gold was a mixture of the alloys white gold, zinc, and nickle. The brilliancy of this was that when the war came to fruition, platinum wasn't being used, so this white gold became the standard. Belais applied for the patent in 1918, called white gold, and it was granted in 1920. Belais used beautiful mine cut diamonds and european cut diamonds in solitaire engagement rings flanked by stunning filigree and floral engravings. They also loved gemstones, and semi precious gemstones including aquamarines with classic milgrain engravings. Another wonderful jeweler was the Lambert Brothers of NYC. They came into existence in the late 1800's. Lambert Brothers jewelers was started in the late 1800's with August Lambert, and his brother, making beautiful engagement rings and jewelry. The tradition continued into the 1970's with the grandson, Henry, at the helm. Henry then sold Lambert Bros. to the Zale corporation. In 1979 Henry purchased the famed 69.42 carat pear shape diamond that was given to Liz Taylor from Richard Burton for 3 million dollars. Here are four beautiful antique engagement rings! J.E Caldwell and Co was synonymous for beautiful art deco jewelry and art deco engagement rings and diamond engagement rings using masterful filigree engravings and european cut diamonds. Caldwell partnered James Bennet to form Bennet and Caldwell in the mid 1800's and after Bennet's death years later , he founded in the J.E Caldwell and Co.

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Our Legacy!

Saturday, May 13, 2017 2:16:24 PM America/New_York

Legacy, simply said, is what we leave behind. What will be our legacy? I will always remember the wonderful memories I have of my mother, especially when she would go out on a Saturday night, and put on her Art Deco ring. Or when she would go to a beautiful affair, and she would wear her Art Deco diamond bracelet. When I put on my mom's antique ring, or Art Deco bracelet, it takes me back to a different time. It makes me feel special. In some ways, I actually feel like she's with me. Thats what's so special about Art Deco jewelry; the special memories that will always be with you, and your family. The beautiful memories your children will have when you pass it on to them. Each Art Deco engagement ring has its own story, or journey, and nothing you will wear can embody your personal journey more. So let's start your legacy with a beautiful antique ring from the Art Deco, Victorian, or Edwardian era.

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Vintage Engagement Rings with Color!

Sunday, May 7, 2017 4:50:48 AM America/New_York

Flowers are blooming, the weather is beautiful, and that means that Spring is here! I dont know about you, but we are so happy that the spring is here! With the arrival of Spring comes one of our favorite times, engagement ring season! Engagement ring season is such as joy as couples get engaged with beautiful Art Deco engagement rings and gemstone engagement rings. We love precious, and semi precious gemstones, such as aquamarines, garnets, sapphires, tourmalines, zircons and the hot moonstones! With green as Pantone's color of the year, and rose gold gaining popularity, this spring will be a wonderful season to get engaged. Here are a few beautifully colorful engagement rings for you to view!

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Eco-Friendly Gifts For Mother's day!

Sunday, May 7, 2017 4:02:21 AM America/New_York

"Thank you" is something we say to our mom everyday, but there's one day when its most important.....Mother's day!! This Mother's Day you can give a beautiful gift while helping to help save the earth at the same time with beautiful vintage jewelry that is eco friendly and conflict free. Our selection of antique and vintage jewelry is always from estates, which means they are eco friendly. There is no digging of the precious earth for gold while making our waters dirty. This means there are no underage children looking for rough diamonds for people to sell to finance nonsensical wars. At VintageDiamondRing.com we never source any of our antique diamonds or precious and semi precious gemstones. Here are 5 pieces of vintage jewelry that Mom would love!

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