Victor Barboné Jewelry is a boutique online shop of vintage engagement rings and antique engagement rings and wedding bands! We curate a selection of one-of-a-kind pieces that we hope will be your future heirloom! We are here to help you find your dream engagement ring! You can make an appointment to try on our rings in person in our NYC office! We encourage you to Contact Us if you have any questions or need any assistance!
Andria Rogers- Owner
Andria hunted for the perfect engagement ring for over 5 years! She craved something unique and beautiful and struggled to find something to fit her personality until she stumbled into the world of old cut diamonds! Never before had she seen rings as one-of-a-kind and beautiful as authentic vintage and antique rings! After her and her (now) husband bought their ring, she was very saddened that she would no longer be a part of the vintage diamond world. This spurred her to start Victor Barboné Jewelry and create a collection where people just like her could find an utterly unique and timeless ring to keep for generations.
Andria received her B.S. in Business Administration from the College of Charleston and is a Diamond Graduate of the Gemological Institute of America (GIA). She lives in New York, NY with her husband Darren and their dogs Charlie and Winston.
The Story behind The Name
Known as Abuelo to Andria and many others, Victor Barbone was a cheese wholesaler from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
When his daughter Cristina (Andria's grandmother) moved to the United States, he would come to visit her and her family as often as possible. On these visits, he was known for his attention to the little things. On autumn days, he would venture into the backyard and pick up leaves one by one when a rake could do hundreds at a time. He would straighten rugs that didn't appear to need straightening. He even had the patience to attentively sit through the daily acting performances of his great grandchildren.
Striving to be as patient and attentive to the details, the company was named after this wonderful man: Victor Barbone.