Call Us At 1-877-321-DECO (3326)
Page:
  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 5
  5. 6

Simple Engagement Rings

Tuesday, May 2, 2017 2:14:25 PM America/New_York

It all seemed so simple before. We have heard that statement many times, but that's exactly what makes antique engagement rings timeless. We all love the beauty of an antique solitaire diamond ring, with filigree and milgrain engravings. Even a mine cut diamond residing in a bezel setting. Could it be the beauty of different metals, like platinum or the gentle warmness of rose gold. Before computer simulations, and castings, there was the dedication of master jewelers sitting behind a bench for weeks on end, during the Art Deco and Edwardian eras, working endlessly to create timeless rings we can still enjoy. Here are five estate engagement rings we think you will love!

Read More
0 Comments | Posted By Suzzane Sachs

It's Bridal Week!

Thursday, April 27, 2017 5:02:39 AM America/New_York

One of our favorite things to read is the Fashion and Style section of the New York Times. And, guess what!? It's bridal week now, so let's say yes to bridal rings with antique engagement rings and antique wedding bands . Our inspiration is to introduce our collection of engagement rings, and bands, to you from the Art Deco, Victorian, and 1940's eras that are always ethical and conflict free. Please remember, we never interpret antique rings. We only curate original rings from estates throughout the world. Enjoy bridal week, and please view our selection of engagement rings and wedding bands.

Read More
0 Comments | Posted By Suzzane Sachs

Where To Pop The Question!

Wednesday, April 26, 2017 2:20:27 PM America/New_York

You've found your true love that you want to spend your life with, and now the next step is popping the question. You have that perfect vintage or antique engagement ring , and now you have to figure out where to do it. There are a few great places for popping the question. Are you both outdoorsy types? Do you love sports, theatre or love to shop? Who doesn't love to shop!? Here is our list here's of 4 great places to ask this important question!

Read More
Comments | Posted By Suzzane Sachs

Art Deco Engagement Rings: A Road Well Traveled!

Sunday, April 23, 2017 5:59:35 AM America/New_York

When you look at your Art Deco engagement ring , it's like taking a journey back in time, or part of a road well traveled. What type of road has your ring traveled? Did a military serviceman come back to the States in the mid 1940's and give his fiancee a rose gold engagement ring during the Retro era? Was your antique ring produced during the Art Deco era, with bold, beautiful filigree and geometric frames? No matter what the road, your ring has traveled. You will remember the words your partner used when presenting it to you. Now it's your time to start a journey. Whatever journey you are going to embark on, you will do it with your partner and your Art Deco ring. Let us introduce to you 4 vintage rings you will love!

Read More
Comments | Posted By Suzzane Sachs

Chatsworth House and the Jewelry They Wore!

Saturday, April 22, 2017 2:23:05 PM America/New_York

Imagine the lives that were led centuries and decades ago! That's exactly what the fashion writer of The New York Times wrote about a few weeks ago detailing the great Chatsworth House in England. She covered the spectacular fashion worn over 5 centuries. With beautifully painted halls, and endless guilded staterooms, we could only imagine the antique jewelry and vintage rings that was worn to all the elegant balls and parties. What type of ruby or sapphire rings did they wear to the state balls!? Fashion was of utmost importance, but would would a wardrobe be without stunning Art Deco dinner rings and beautiful retro cocktail rings !? We can only imagine the beautiful gemstone engagement rings, large diamond rings, and Art Deco diamond brooches diamond brooches worn for five centuries at the Chatsworth ball. As @Elizabeth Paton wrote "If walls could talk I wonder what the walls would say." So, let's have a little fun and view my 4 pieces of vintage jewelry I think the guests at Chatsworth House would have worn.

Read More
Comments | Posted By Suzzane Sachs

Designer Engagement Rings

Saturday, April 22, 2017 12:20:42 PM America/New_York

VintageDiamondRing.com loves traveling the world, trying to find beautiful antique vintage jewelry for our website. Sometimes, during this journey of curating vintage jewelry, we find what (we like to call) "needles in a haystack." These are pieces of designer antique jewelry produced from some of the finest, most renowned, jewelers the world has ever known. These jewelers include Tiffany and Co, Cartier, J.E. Caldwell , Oscar Heyman , Van Cleef and Arpels, Bulgari, Harry Winston and more. Many of these famous jewelers started out, in the late 1800's and 1900's, as single business owners with a goal to make beautiful jewelry. They specialized in all aspects of the diamond and jewelry business. Designer jewelry consists of engagement rings, bracelets, necklaces, and earrings, all in metals such as platinum, white, yellow and rose gold. Every piece of designer jewelry has a signature, or hallmark, from the specific jeweler identifying the company. These maker's mark signatures, on engagement rings, are stamped on the shank. Some jewelers will just use a number as their makers mark. If you are not able to determine if your piece of jewelry is a designer piece, you can send your jewelry to your jewelry shop and they should be able to confirm the mark We love vintage jewelry! Please enjoy our collection of designer jewelry everyone loves and may someday own.

Read More
Comments | Posted By Suzzane Sachs

Earth Day 2017!

Thursday, April 20, 2017 11:01:25 AM America/New_York

As I was having my up of coffee this morning, and put out my recyclables, I was thinking about Earth day this year. Earth day is April 22, 2017 and it really matters! There is so much each individual can do to protect our earth: protect the waters, the land, and the people who actually live on the earth. It doesn't matter who is in the presidential office, what matters is protecting the earth for our children and grandchildren. When a customer buys a piece of antique jewelry, or a vintage engagement ring, they are actually saving the earth and enriching lives. Buying an antique ring means no one is digging up the earth looking for more diamonds. No digging for dirty gold, and no one is using under age youth who should be in school. Not fighting wars in Africa. You are guaranteed that you are conflict free when purchasing antique diamonds, including european cut and mine cut diamonds. Give your children your antique rings and tell them stories they should know about their parents and grandparents. What journeys they have traveled. Let's spend a few minutes with our children to talk about about the importance of recycling. Please help save our earth! Enjoy earth day, with these 4 estate engagement rings we think you will love.

Read More
0 Comments | Posted By Suzzane Sachs

Happy Birthday Diamonds!

Sunday, April 16, 2017 4:23:35 AM America/New_York

At VintageDiamondRing.com, we love April! The weather in the northeast is finally heating up, and we get to wish our favorite gemstone, the diamond, a Happy Birthday. If you're an April baby you are in luck. Diamonds have been treasured for thousands of years, and are valued because of their beauty, brilliance and hardness. Diamonds range in color from colorless D, to near colorless G, to fancy blue and pink. On Mohs scale of hardness, a diamonds durability is excellent. It is the most durable gemstone with a rating of 10. The diamond's legend is one of romance and love! Our timeless collection of antique engagement rings features mine cut and european cut diamonds that are never sourced. Our specialty is our selection of original vintage jewelry, featuring antique cut diamonds from the Art Deco and Midcentury eras. So let's wish diamonds a Happy Birthday, and enjoy 6 gorgeous pieces of vintage jewelry!

Read More
0 Comments | Posted By Suzzane Sachs

Rose Gold Engagement Rings!

Sunday, April 16, 2017 3:29:47 AM America/New_York

Yesterday my husband surprised me with a present, a new Iphone 7! He chose the rose gold color, and I love it! It made me think of how popular rose gold is becoming. It's the new "go to" color. Why not!? Rose gold is warm, and inviting, and goes with everything. Rose gold is a mixture of copper and gold. It was the preferred gold of Queen Victoria during the Victorian era. Queen Victoria loved rose gold in jewelry with mine cut diamonds, emeralds, aquamarines and garnets. As decades passed, the popularity of rose gold waned. However, during the 1940's, master jewelers started using rose gold again and introduced it together with yellow gold. They created a rosy yellow gold. During the war, the government put a stop on the use of platinum. This is what led jewelers to using rose gold. When servicemen came home from the war, and got engaged, rose gold and rosy yellow gold were used as the metal for their engagement rings. These are the rings we still adore today. If you want a stunning rose gold engagement ring with a Burma ruby, or just a three stone Victorian engagement ring, rose gold is always and inviting and versatile metal. Enjoy these 5 rose gold engagement rings !

Read More
Comments | Posted By Suzzane Sachs

Art Deco Engagement Rings and Pearls!

Sunday, April 16, 2017 2:46:56 AM America/New_York

It seems to me that one of the biggest fashion trends today is the pearl. The pearl celebrates its birthday every June, and is produced in pearl oysters. There are many types of pearls, including South Sea Pearls, Black Pearls, Freshwater pearls and Mabe pearls. The legend of the pearl is one of calmness and stability. Art Deco fans have loved pearls for decades and continue to do so. They love when a natural pearl stars in a beautiful platinum Art Deco engagement ring , as well as when pearls are used as accent gemstones in beautiful antique rings and gemstone engagement rings . Hollywood has been wearing gorgeous South Sea pearl necklaces for decades! We are so happy reading our favorite Bloglovin blogs, such as the one entitled "Take Aim and Atlantic -Pacific Blogs Touting the Wonderful Pearl Trend!" We love pearls and think this semi precious gemstone is classic and is here to stay! We welcome you to view five beautiful vintage rings with pearls!

Read More
Comments | Posted By Suzzane Sachs
Page:
  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 5
  5. 6