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Vintage Ring Styles

Vintage Ring Styles - The Better Diamonds

When it comes to style, there is no such thing as “one size fits all”. The beauty of this is that one’s creativity can come up with something truly amazing. This holds true for jewelry as well. In the world of lab created vintage engagement rings, such styles offer a glimpse into the past, while being able to add a modern touch that can carry your ring into the future. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular vintage styles for lab created diamond engagement rings that are available today.

Victorian rings

 Victorian Vintage Style Round Engagement Ring in White Gold - The Better Diamonds

While there is some discrepancy as to the exact beginning and end of this era, the Victorian ring styles are often associated with the years corresponding to the reign of Queen Victoria between 1837-1901. This style may suit you if you like a bolder centerpiece and patterned ring. You can even include a three stone design, diamond clusters, solitaire or halo options with yellow or rose gold rings. Of course, even though yellow and rose are more traditionally associated with rings in this era, using white gold is certainly an option for a more uniform look.


Edwardian rings

 Bali Vintage Style Oval Engagement Ring in White Gold - The Better Diamonds

As with Victorian rings, when Edward the 7th became king after the passing of his mother, Queen Victoria, the jewelry in the Edwardian age is often said to be linked to the years of his reign from 1901-1910. Some however date this style starting somewhat earlier and ending later. As time goes on, so does style development, as well as manufacturing and design processes. Often using platinum and diamonds, these rings are known as ornate and use intricate filigree and milligrain design techniques. It comes as no surprise that the time period for such refined luxurious Edwardian jewelry fell into what was retrospectively known in France as the belle époque or the beautiful era (around 1871-1914), when compared to the eras of war before and after it.


Miami Vintage Style Asscher Cut Engagement Ring in White Gold - The Better Diamonds 

With the exact age of this era also debated, the Art Deco style can be said to have taken hold in the early 1910s before word war one, up until around 1939. Flourishing in the 1920s and 1930s, this design style also had an impact on jewelry. Art décor rings are known for bold and geometric patterns. They also use straight lines, angles, arcs, and squares. One of the most important influences on Art Deco jewelry was the discovery of King Tutankhamun's tomb in Egypt in 1922. Finding a treasure trove of jewelry led to the wide use of pyramid and other ancient Egyptian styles and motifs in European and American jewelry design. The use of white metals such as platinum and white gold are also favored for Art Deco rings, as well as using a filigree design and a bezel setting.

 As has been coined by the English poet William Cowper in 1785, “Variety’s the very spice of life, That gives it all its flavor”. Are you looking for dazzling vintage lab created diamond rings with a modern twist? Why not reach out, and we will be happy to help assist in making your dream ring become a reality. Just contact us here, or email us