Colored gemstones are simply wonderful. With colors of the rainbow, precious and semi precious gemstones are becoming the "go to" gem for couples looking for unique engagement rings they will treasure for a lifetime. These gemstones comes in all sizes and colors. All of our gemstone engagement rings are estate and vintage, which means they are conflict free! VintageDiamondRing.com offers stunning aquamarines, opals, garnets, and tourmalines. Here are six stunning, sought after vintage gemstone rings we think you'll love! Please remember, we will never source any gemstones. Our guarantee is your vintage ring is conflict free!

Art Deco Aquamarine Ring

Summer is here yet you can wear this stunning antique aquamarine ring year round. This beautiful antique ring features a 3.50 carat square cut aquamarine residing in a 1930's vintage 14 kt white gold ring.

Vintage Tourmaline Ring

This beautiful vintage cocktail ring features a rainbow color purple tourmaline weighing approximately 2.50 carat surrounded by fourteen round cut diamond accents, all residing in a 1980's 14 Kt yellow gold ring.

Antique Peridot Ring

There's nothing truly as stunning as the green in a peridot, and this antique peridot ring is beautiful. This Victorian engagement ring features a 1.00 carat green peridot surrounded by rose and single cut diamond accents residing in a late 1800's 14 Kt rose gold victorian setting. A beautiful gemstone ring.

Vintage Opal Ring

Opal engagement rings are beautiful and elegant. This stunning antique opal ring is one of a kind and features a stunning 2.00 carat opal surrounded by fifteen antique rose cut diamond accents. Vintage opal engagement rings are truly timeless.

Antique Turquoise Ring

Turquoise is another beautiful color we love! This antique turquoise ring is lovely, featuring twelve square turquoise and six seed pearls residing in a 1900's 18 Kt rose gold setting.

 

Final thoughts

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