The Unexpected Ring Style That’s Making A Comeback

We’ve seen our fair share of gorgeous rings and the styles that are trending every year. While styles like pear and solitaire have become a staple for the modern soon-to-be bride (and rightfully so), we’ve begun to see a rise in vintage style engagement rings.

A vintage ring most often features intricate details throughout the band and the setting of the stone. They also feature multiple diamonds, with smaller stones used along the band, as well as a mixture of metals.

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Diamond World Fine Jewellery have a range of vintage-inspired rings to suit the nostalgic bride. With various styles and colours, the rings are the perfect choice for brides seeking a hint of nostalgia with their eye-catching ring.

Twisted, Floral Patterns

Many vintage engagement rings stand out thanks to their intricate detailing, often with naturalistic designs along the band. This is characteristic of the Georgian era, where intricate ring designs were inspired by natural and organic themes.

The twisted designs of bands can also symbolise everlasting love, with couples choosing to use the infinity-style band as a symbol of everlasting love.

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If you’ve ever seen this style ring and wondered why you suddenly felt just that little bit regal, it’s because filigree rings originated in the Edwardian era. Filigree designs are extremely ornate and intricate, bringing added layers of depth to your ring.

The detailed layers often resemble flowers, leaves, and ribbons, creating a sophisticated vintage look that leads up the diamond set within claws.

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Geometric Shapes

Vintage rings don’t always have to be about florally designs. The Art Deco era ushered in a new range of rings that appealed to the artistic movements and technological developments of the time. So, geometric shaped rings burst onto the scene, with the asscher cut diamond taking centre stage.

Trilogy settings grew in popularity then and continue to do so now. Meghan Markle’s modern take on the three-stone ring has seen a surge in the vintage style, with likeminded brides giving nods to the era by using colourful gems and mixed metals.

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Halo Settings

While halo settings are now considered a popular addition to a ring, the style was also popular during the Art Nouveau period when it was used to give the appearance of floral-inspiration (you may have noticed a strong emphasis on florals in the vintage ring market by now).

Halo settings are used most often to give the ring a larger appearance. By placing smaller gemstones around the centre stone, it gives the main diamond the illusion of looking bigger while also providing extra sparkle. Choosing a ring with a halo setting is the answer for those looking for a nostalgia-inspired look as well as an eye-catching sparkle.

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Diamond World Fine Jewellery are experts in crafting the perfect, custom-made piece for life’s special moments. Visit now to book your complimentary one-on-one consultation with Master Craftsman, Jim Chohaili.

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