I heard an old song today, and it reminded me of my favorite old radio station WNEW FM. Am I showing my age again!? Well, why am I writing about WNEW FM on an antique engagement ring blog? Because I remember a DJ on WNEW who had a segment called "Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Blue." I think of the time honored tradition of brides to be trying to include these types of things in their ensembles on their wedding day. I also think of vintage rings, and how we can incorporate this. "Something old" is a a beautiful antique engagement ring. "Something new" could be an estate micropave ring. "Something borrowed," to me, is a beautiful vintage engagement ring, and "something blue" is a sapphire or aquamarine engagement ring. This wonderful saying means as much to brides, and antique lovers, today than it did in the 1970's or the 1930's. We welcome you to view our wonderful something old, new, borrowed and blue vintage engagement rings . Enjoy!

Something Old: Antique Engagement Ring

When i think of "Something Old" I think of a dazzling antique engagement ring, or maybe a stunning Art Deco engagement ring with sapphires. Something old would include a beautiful mine cut diamond with beautiful filigree embellishments, usually in platinum circa 1920's or 1930's. This stunning Art Deco engagement ring features an antique european cut diamond flanked by 16 natural Burma calibre sapphires and 30 single cut diamond accents, all residing in platinum circa 1930's. Our timeless collection of antique engagement rings are always ethical and conflict free.

Something New: Estate Engagement Ring

VintageDiamondRing.com does not use computer simulations to copy Art Deco diamond rings . We purchase from estates throughout the world. This stunning pave engagement ring features a .75 carat bright white, emerald cut diamond flanked by two emerald cut diamonds and 92 pave set round diamonds, all residing in a 14 kt white gold setting circa 1980's. This is an exact copy of an Art Deco ring from the 1930's.

Something Borrowed:

A 2.02 old european cut diamond, accompanied by a GIA diamond report, stars front and center in this dazzling platinum vintage engagement ring from the 1970's. Milgrain embellishments adorn this one of a kind vintage ring! Fun Fact: In the 1970's Ed Carnevale was a top salesman for the great jeweler Harry Winston

Something Blue:

It seems fitting that "something blue" should be an aquamarine engagement ring or a beautiful sapphire gemstone, so we will use both. This sapphire engagement ring features 3 european cut diamonds, weighing approximately and six calibre Burma sapphires, all residing in a 1930's platinum Art Deco engagement ring . Please view our collection of platinum and rose gold engagement rings.

Something Blue:

We love aquamarine engagement rings . This Art Dec aquamarine ring ring features a 2.25 carat natural octagon aquamarine residing in a 1930's platinum setting completed with a beautiful open work design. Our aquamarine rings from the Art Deco and Victorian eras are always ethical and never sourced.

Final Thoughts:

What do you think of our Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Blue's Rings! Which ring is your favorite? Which would you have chosen? Tell us on Facebook or Twitter!