Vintage Engagement Rings with Diamonds
Our passion for vintage engagement rings begins with the amazing beauty of antique diamonds. Antique & Vintage Diamond Engagement Rings are what really has captured our hearts and all the diverse rings styles we see! The diamonds in these rings have the old-cut faceting that is extraordinarily beautiful. The rings themselves always have a unique look with painstaking details, a usually low profile, and a style that is always relevant. Browse our collection of vintage and antique engagement rings and mark your engagement with a one-of-a-kind vintage ring.
Famous as one of the strongest materials on Earth, the matchless strength of diamonds is a primary source of its popularity and value. Needless to say, diamonds are quite beautiful and antique diamonds are even more so with their unique look and softer, more romantic sparkle! The large variety of diamond shapes and cuts instill additional character within individual stones and especially in antique diamonds as no two diamonds are cut the same since each diamond was cut by hand. Each vintage engagement ring is truly unique with its cut of diamond and the overall make of the ring. Diamonds are the most popular choice for engagement rings and wedding bands because they blend peerless beauty and durability that is perfectly suited to the celebration of eternal love.
Shop By Era
Many of our delighted customers have chosen a gorgeous diamond ring from our wide range of authentic antique and vintage rings. Learn more about vintage engagement ring eras and choose from Victorian engagement rings, Edwardian, Art Deco, Retro, and more.
Victorian Era Rings
Named after Queen Victoria, the Victorian Era includes engagement rings and jewelry dating from 1835-1901. If you’re lucky enough to own one of these amazing antique rings, you have a real piece of history on your hands—literally!
Edwardian Era Rings
Named after King Edward of England, the Edwardian Era encompasses engagement rings, wedding bands and other jewelry dating from 1900-1915. Edwardian engagement rings are famous for their intricate, detailed and elegant designs.
Art Deco Engagement Rings
The Art Deco period from 1920-1935 features sharp, clean designs. Ditching lace and lattice-work for linear and geometric patterns, Art Deco Era engagement rings make a bold statement and are clear in their message: love is fun, straightforward and unbreakable.
Retro Engagement Rings
Spanning from 1935-1950, Retro Era rings are big and dazzling, featuring large stones and eye-popping three-dimensional designs. Bows, ribbons and flowers are also prominent, and retro rings are generally more playful and creative than rings from preceding eras.