The Best Vintage Engagement Rings

In keeping with the diamond “theme” this week, I have compiled some amazing vintage engagement rings for all you ladies who don’t have a ring on it yet. If you are in the process of figuring out what kind of engagement ring you want, vintage and antique engagement rings are a fun place to start. There are lots of resources for vintage engagement rings online, but make sure you go with a reputable company that has a guarantee, like these below. Before you buy, you will also want to know exactly what kind of diamond you are buying. Use our How to Buy a Diamond Guide for help. If you want to view the lovely baubles in person before you or your future hubs fork over such a large amount of money, check out Lucky Magazine‘s “City-by-City Guide to Estate Jewelry” below for the best stores.

Platinum Diamond Eternity Band

Price: $2,750

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Edwardian Cushion Cut Diamond Ring

Price: $4,500

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1930s Art Deco Stepped Diamond Ring, Platinum

Price: $2,850

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Antique Diamond Sapphire Cluster Ring

Price: $4,850

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Edwardian Diamond and Onyx Dinner Ring

Price: $4,950.00

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Art Deco Platinum Diamond and Emerald Ring

Price: $15,600

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Diamond Cluster Ring (Georgian-era reproduction)

Price: $9,450

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Yellow Diamond Engagement Ring (hello J. Lo!)

Price: $15,750

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Check out the best estate jewelry stores, below, as compiled by Lucky Magazine

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2 Comments

  • Maggie Allen says:

    Wow, these rings are all so unique and beautiful in different ways! My favorite is probably the Edwardian Diamond and Onyx Dinner Ring. I really like how the center diamond is set apart from the surrounding pieces in order to make it stand out a lot. It’s such a different look than the trending halo rings, and I love it.

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