A funny trend is starting to happen! Yellow gold is starting to make a comeback, and now we see people wanting mixed metal engagement rings. Mixed metal engagement rings, or two tone engagement rings, have been popular throughout many eras in history including the Art Deco, Victorian and the 1940's. Two of our favorite jewelers from the 1940's and 1950's are J.E. Caldwell and Jabel. They loved mixed metal engagement rings, and mixed metal wedding rings. These included metals such as platinum, 14 and 18 kt white gold, 14 and 18 kt yellow gold, and our favorite rose gold. You can be guaranteed that whichever vintage ring is your favorite, all of our rings are estate and conflict free. Here are five mixed metal engagement rings you will adore!

Antique Bezel Set Engagement Ring

This sweet antique engagement ring features a sweet bezel set european cut diamond, weighing approximately .20 carat. This diamond resides in a 1920's 14 kt white gold setting atop 14 kt rose gold. White gold brings out the beauty of this original antique diamond, while the rose gold gives this vintage ring its warm beautiful look!

Victorian Mixed Metal Engagement Ring

Queen Victoria loved jewelry, and she loved mixed metal engagement rings. This stunning Victorian engagement ring features a beautiful .25 carat antique mine cut diamond. This diamond resides in a 14 Kt white gold two tier frame, atop a 14 kt yellow gold setting, circa early 1900's. All of our mixed metal engagement rings are estate and conflict free.

J.E Caldwell Mixed Metal Engagement Ring

This famous jeweler from Philadelphia loved mixed metal engagement rings. This stunning vintage engagement ring features a bright white .65 carat round cut diamond, residing in platinum, atop a 14 kt yellow gold setting. J. E. Caldwell loved using platinum atop yellow gold, as he loved the contrasts of these two fine metals.

Mixed Metal Wedding Ring

We love antique wedding bands. This mixed metal wedding ring is simply one of a kind, and stunning. This charming 1930's two tone wedding band is handcrafted in rich 14 kt rosy yellow gold with white gold florets. Truly one of a kind!

Final Thoughts:

We love mixed metal engagement rings, as did the master jewelers from decades ago, including J.E. Caldwell. Which ring is your favorite? Please tell us on Facebook or Twitter!