Garnet Engagement Rings

The red garnet is a beautiful alternative as a center stone. This hard to find red garnet reminds us of a ruby, but won't hurt your pocketbook like a ruby can. The garnet is January's birthstone. This stunning antique garnet ring was crafted in the 1930's in 14 kt yellow gold.

Zircon Engagement Rings

There's nothing as classic as an antique zircon engagement ring. Zircons come in all different colors including blue, green, yellow and red. This elegant engagement ring features a deep blue bezel set zircon residing in a 1930's art deco engagement ring with rose gold floret accents.

Moonstone Engagement Rings

One of the most requested vintage ring is the moonstone engagement ring, Moonstones have gained so much popularity that we can't keep them in stock. The Moonstones birthdate is June, and they will usually come in a cabachon form. This victorian moonstone ring is surrounded by antique rose cut diamonds and resides in gleaming rose gold.

Peridot Engagement Ring

Another favorite semi precious gemstone is the wonderful peridot. Peridots come in different hues of mesmerizing greens, and were very popular during the Victorian and Art deco eras. This peridot ring was crafted in the Victorian era circa late 1800's in gleaming rose gold.

Turqouise Engagement Ring

Another stunning gemstone used in place of a diamond is the beautiful blue turquoise. Turquoise has it's birthday in December and is known for its blue color, but can also be found in a greenish blue. This sweet antique turqouise ring was crafted in the 1940's with square cut turquoise residing in rose gold.

Opal Engagement Rings

Another beautiful choice is another favorite of ours, the glorious opal. Opal's birthday is October, and was popular during many different eras including the victorian, art deco and the fabulous fifties! This splendid opal engagement ring is from the Victorian era and is surrounded by original rose cut diamond accents.

Our thoughts

We adore antique engagement rings with diamond centers and with semi precious gemstone centers. Which one is your favorite? Which gemstone is your favorite? Tell us on facebook or twitter.