Some believe that a wedding ring is the single most important piece of jewelry you will ever own or wear. There’s good reason for that belief! When we accept and wear a wedding ring, we are making a promise to someone that we love. It’s not like putting on a pair of shoes in the morning. We highly suggest that you consider choosing an antique wedding ring!
These rings have been around for decades, and they have loyally served as the symbol of loving unions. Antique rings are infused with history and character, and they would make a wonderful addition to an engagement ring.
Both timeless and distinctive, this beautiful Retro-era ring features interwoven ribbons of platinum, one featuring diamond baguettes and one holding channel set round diamonds.
This gorgeous ring from the Art Deco era features three emerald cut emeralds and two old mine cut diamonds in a platinum and 18K white gold setting.
This chic, sculptural wedding band from the Art Deco era shimmers with five single cut diamonds.
The gorgeous Art Deco Osha wedding band features a stunning row of pavé set diamonds and elegant milgrained borders. A gorgeous curling notch on each shoulder adds a subtle touch of sophistication.
This incredibly romantic wedding band from the Retro era features five rose cut diamonds shimmering from within heart-shaped frames embellished with milgrain.
The Eva Ring features three rows of dazzling diamond accents in a mixed metal setting. The wide, 10K yellow gold band is textured and incredibly unique!
A gorgeous engraved floral design extends all the way around this feminine wedding band from the Retro era.
This stunning 1960s ring features twenty-one fancy yellow diamonds pavé set in yellow gold, with distinctive etching detail on the sides.
Antique and vintage engagement rings possess a beauty and level of craftsmanship that’s beyond ...
Some believe that a wedding ring is the single most important piece of jewelry you will ever own or ...
The modern engagement ring has a history that dates back to the ancient Egyptians, if not ...