Antique engagement ring are beautiful, but why do we feel a connection to these beautiful works of art? Is it the sweet hand crafted filigree and milgrain embellishments? Could it be the ethical precious and semi precious gemstones? Maybe it's the beauty of antique cut diamonds. Yet, there is still something that draws us closer to these rings from the past. I am always drawn to the 1970's song, "Hello it's me," by Todd Rundgren. Wearing vintage engagement rings really shows us who we are. Antique rings are just an extension of your unique self. All antique engagement rings have a history, a glorious past, and now it's time to make your own memories. Memories you can pass on to future generations. Take the journey with VintageDiamondRing.com, and enjoy these antique treasures which you and your family will enjoy for a lifetime!

Antique Engagement Rings

Beautiful filigree embellishments are showcased in this elegant antique engagement ring from the Edwardian era.

Antique Diamond Ring in Platinum

Platinum and 18 Kt yellow gold showcases this antique diamond cut. A glittering .18 carat old european diamond is set in this rare antique Edwardian diamond ring from the 1920's.

Vintage Engagement Rings with Milgrain Design

Vintage engagement rings showcase beautiful geometric square frames surrounded by handcrafted art deco milgrain embellishments.

Diamonds and Sapphires

Antique cocktail rings are beautiful, and old european cut diamonds and sapphires are an amazing combination that simply can not be beat! Our collection of antique sapphire rings are ethical ,estate and always conflict free!

Classic Antique Solitaire Ring

Enjoy the beauty of a center european cut diamond surrounded by beautiful filigree embellishments in platinum! Art Deco engagement rings are bold and showcase beautiful filigree embellishments.

 

Final Thoughts:

Antique engagement rings are unique and beautiful. Enjoy the history of these beautiful works of art. Treasure your vintage rings with your family for a lifetime. Please tell us your thoughts on Twitter or Facebook!