Spring is just around the corner! When the weather begins to turn nice, I always start to think about my favorite gemstone colors. Pantone's color of the year for 2019 is Living Coral, but there are so many wonderful colors for antique engagement rings. We all love the bright hues of orange, yellow, green, blue, purple and red. All of our precious, and semi precious, gemstones are set within original antique and Art Deco settings from past eras. Choose your favorite color; your birthstone or just a gemstone that will make you feel good every day! You will also feel good knowing that antique engagement rings are always ethical and conflict free. Here are five of our favorite gemstone engagement rings! Enjoy.
• Beautiful Orange
Two of the hottest colors this spring are coral and orange. We simply adore this 1.50 carat natural orange sapphire engagement ring, flanked by original European cut diamonds residing in platinum. Our collection of antique gemstone engagement rings is always ethical and conflict free.
• Natural Green
A lavish, beautiful natural green color of peridot was a favorite gemstone of many jewelers in the 1940's. We happen to love this vintage engagement ring ! A deep green 1.50 carat peridot stars solo residing in a 1940's rose gold setting.
• The Delightful Combination of Rose Gold and Turquoise
This Victorian engagement ring showcases the beautiful combinations of rose gold and sky blue turquoise, circa early 1900's. A timeless antique engagement ring.
• Stunning Sapphires
Sapphires are stunning! How could you not love this combination of red, green, yellow, and pink sapphires all residing in a 1980s vintage style engagement ring. Vibrant and beautiful. Perfect for the springtime or any time of year!
• The Beauty of Pink Tourmaline
Pink is a great color throughout the year, but it seems that springtime is ideal for pink tourmalines. This 1940s antique gemstone ring features two natural pink tourmalines, and two seed pearls, residing in a 1940's rose gold setting. A beautiful look!