One of our favorite eras in history was the Fabulous Fifties. The war was over, and we saw styles were starting to change in the world. There was a shift during the 1950's towards vintage rings with halo designs, elegant vintage dinner rings with European cut diamonds, vintage cocktail rings , and engagement rings in white gold. Everyone watched Hollywood to see what jewelry, and engagement rings, the stars were wearing. Bigger diamond engagement rings, including fancy shapes such as pear shape and marquis cut were starting to become popular. Here are 4 stunning vintage rings from the 1950's you will love!

Vintage Engagement Ring in Platinum

This sweet three stone vintage engagement ring features a transitional cut diamond, weighing approximately .40 carat. This diamond is flanked by two single cut diamond accents, all residing in a 1950's platinum setting. You will love our collection of antique engagement rings in platinum, gold and palladium.

Vintage Halo Ring

Halo engagement rings are wonderful! An old european cut diamond is showcased in this vintage diamond ring. This diamond is surrounded by thirteen glittering single cut diamond accents, all residing in a 14 kt white gold setting, circa 1950's. Our fantastic collection of vintage halo rings come from many eras including the 1950's and 1960's.

Vintage Diamond Ring

This impressive mid century square framed diamond ring features an old european cut diamond, weighing approximately .60 carat. This diamond is surrounded by 34 round diamond accents residing in a 1950's 14 kt white gold setting. Our wonderful collection of vintage cocktail rings feature mine cut and old european cut diamonds.

J. E Caldwell Engagement Ring

One of the finest jewelers from Philadelphia was J.E Caldwell, and this vintage diamond ring is wonderful! This engagement ring, signed "Caldwell," features a bright white round cut diamond, weighing approximately .65 carat. It is flanked by two single cut diamond accents, all residing in a 1950's two tone platinum and 14 Kt yellow gold setting.

Final Thoughts:

The 1950's brought us wonderful engagement rings featuring jewelers such as J.E. Caldwell. Which one is your favorite? Tell us on Facebook or Twitter!