Christmas Romance: Vintage Diamond Engagement Rings

November 23, 2015

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The Christmas season is one filled with wonder and joy. Children anticipate Santa, while adults look forward to spending time with family and friends. It can also be a very romantic time for those couples out there who are contemplating engagement. Have you ever met anyone who got engaged for Christmas? Finding just the right engagement ring can certainly be a daunting task. Unless you have a little help, that is.

As someone who creates repurposed vintage jewelry, vintage engagement rings are near and dear to my heart.  So I'm sure you won't be surprised to find out that the sponsor I'm introducing you to today is They're an online retailer with an exclusive collection of antique engagement rings, art deco engagement rings, GIA certificate diamonds, antique wedding bands, gemstones and estate jewelry. With over 25 years experience in the diamond and antique jewelry industry, they literally travel the globe looking for just the right jewelry for their one-of-a-kind collection. And each piece has it's own story to tell.

One of my favorites is this 1920's petite estate engagement ring. It's an Art Deco
beauty, with an old European cut diamond set in a white gold filigree frame.

Their vintage gemstone jewelry is equally as gorgeous. I love this 14 carat rose gold
Victorian moonstone diamond ring. It was crafted in the late 1800's, which to me
makes it all the more special.

Opals are some of my favorite gemstones.
from the 1940's. Simply gorgeous!
stunning example of their one-of-a-kind estate jewelry. 

I personally can't get enough of antique engagement rings. Many of their rings remind me of the engagement ring my own mother wore for 40 years, like this .35 carat vintage diamond engagement ring. It's circa 1940-1950, and is crafted in 14 carat two-tone gold. Its square geometric top is flanked by six single cut diamonds. is a socially conscious organization. They donate a portion of each sale to breast cancer research, and any new diamonds sold are guaranteed conflict-free. Their large collection of antique jewelry has prices for every budget. And with free shipping, free returns, lifetime warranty and free sizing you really can't go wrong.

Whether for an upcoming surprise Christmas engagement, or an engagement any time of the year, has the perfect ring for every taste, budget and style. And who knows? Maybe they have just the right surprise Christmas gift for you (hint hint) or someone you love!

Speaking of Christmas, are you getting ready for it yet? I am! For some reason December always turns out to be my busiest blogging month of the year. My creative juices go wild and you get to see the results in all of my Christmas-themed posts. I've still got a few projects up my sleeve so I hope you'll come back frequently in December. I promise you won't be disappointed!
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NanaDiana said...

it is fun to see that some of the kids today are choosing vintage rings. I have a couple that belonged to relatives and love them. xo Diana

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