Victor Barbone Jewelry


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Certified Solitaire Engagement Ring Circa 1930

The Denise ring is a GIA certified solitaire engagement ring from the Art Deco era, circa 1930! This classic beauty features a GIA-Certified 1.14 carat old European cut diamond of I color, VS1 clarity. The diamond is set in 6 delicate platinum prongs. The band is yellow gold with a slight tapering at the center stone. The ring is size 6 and can be resized!

Why We Love It

Is there a more classic style? This gorgeous solitaire engagement ring is an absolute stunner with a high-quality diamond! The yellow gold has such a lovely, warm glow and the details in the band are spot on! All in all, the two-tone setting makes this ring versatile and the diamond has incredible, endless sparkle!

Why Choose a Platinum Setting?

Why settle on just one metal? Vintage two-tone rings are a great way to mix and match while bringing out the best qualities of each material. Mixing gold with platinum is an excellent way to:

  • Pair one of the strongest materials for the setting with one of the most classic materials for the band
  • Have more options to complement your wedding band
  • Enjoy the warmth of gold with the coolness of platinum

Best of all? Two-tone rings are just too beautiful  to pass up!

1930s Jewelry Trends

While the Great Depression often overshadows the 1930s, it was also an era enamored with silver screen stars and late Art Deco style. Fashion turned economical without sacrificing its grandeur, as designers and consumers tried to make a little go a long way. While cheaper alternatives such as rhinestones and gold plating rose to popularity, many still sought out high quality craftsmanship for the pieces that mattered most, as we can see with this certified solitaire engagement ring!

Perhaps the most interesting aspect of 1930s fashion is that it returned to Victorian Era trends. This is around the time gold came back in style—perhaps because it represented a safe investment during the difficult years of the Depression, or because it offered a classic hope that the economy could prosper once again.

The classic solitaire design offered the ideal style for the 1930s: glamorous and dependable, a household opulence. Today, a vintage solitaire from this era is an incredible find, valued for its high-quality craftsmanship and uniquely nostalgic beauty.

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