When it comes to Estate engagement rings, brides want something different. All in all, many of these type of rings are made better and are an instant heirloom.
Estate Engagement Rings
When you’re thinking of shopping for this type of ring; many are considered estate rings that are less than fifty years old. To distinguish the difference in various types of rings; you may want to ask for rings before 1950. Be sure to visit our Investment Worthy Jewelry and Antique Jewelry Tips post to read about styles you should look for that increase in value.
Everything old is new again. With this in mind, be sure to look for styles from different eras. At the same time, it is important to work with a reputable jeweler. By working with a well known jeweler; you will be able to learn how the piece was acquired and other characteristics associated with the ring.
Since diamonds are one of the most popular stones for engagement rings; there are many other gemstones that are unique, such as colored diamonds and gemstones.
Moreover, in the 1930’s and 40’s, many diamonds were set in elaborate settings.
From our estate collection, this Princess cut Engagement Ring will have her feeling like a “Princess”. This Solitaire Diamond Ring .94 carat is EGL certified with a J – K color.
This gorgeous 1.02 carat Estate round Diamond halo split shank Engagement Ring is a gorgeous piece. With the round-cut Diamond taking center stage; it is surrounded by 52 round Diamonds. Certainly, this will have your bride to be’s heart to flutter.
For any woman who loves estate jewelry; she will scream “Yes” when you present her with this old European Diamond Engagement Ring. This old European cut Diamond is set in sparkly 18k White Gold and has an intricate pattern.
Of course, you will want to shop for your ring at a reputable jeweler. At Peter Suchy Jewelers, our specialty is in antique, estate and vintage jewelry pieces so we have an extensive collection of beautiful estate engagement rings.
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