Our 6 Most Unique Vintage Art Deco Rings

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art deco ringThe Art Deco era produced a plethora of beautiful, one-of-a-kind rings. The style came about during the “Roaring 20s,” a time when women were experiencing newfound liberation and embracing stylish trends. The era can be summed up with the phrase, “live life to the fullest,” a mantra that is reflected in the vibrant designs of these vintage Art Deco rings.

At Trumpet & Horn, we value the history behind the Art Deco era. In addition to telling a story, these pieces focus on bold, geometric designs, and often include bright, colorful gemstones.

Silvermine: Meet Silvermine, a breathtaking Art Deco ring made from platinum. This lovely piece features a .37 ct old European cut diamond of H-1 color and Sl2 clarity. This ring’s design is truly unique. The center stone is further enhanced with twenty full cut, round diamonds, and then surrounded by twelve beautiful bright red rubies. Whether it’s for a cocktail or engagement ring, Silvermine is a wonderful choice for a historical piece of jewelry.

Glenbrook: This edgy Art Deco engagement ring is comprised of platinum and centers a .66 ct EGl certified old European cut diamond, graded in H color and Sl1 clarity. The center cut diamond is of exceptional beauty, featuring two stunning blue sapphires and raised in an octagonal setting. Glenbrook is sharply geometric, yet traditional, making it the perfect ring for those on the watch for unique vintage Art Deco rings. 

AlderlyringAlderley: A gorgeous addition to our vintage Art Deco rings, Alderley is made from 18k white gold. The ring centers upon an old European cut diamond of graded J color and VS2 clarity. This ring comes the late Art Deco period, making it an authentic and rare piece. The outer diamonds fan out around the center stone to create a perfectly symmetrical balance of shape and color. Alderley features eight single cut stones and and four shimmering green emeralds. The piece is topped off with a hand engraving, cementing it’s exceptional appearance.

Thornton: Originating from the late Art Deco period, Thornton is made from 18k white gold and features three carved black onyx tablets. In the center of the onyx lies two curved rows of ten single cut diamonds and three bezel set european cut diamonds. The shoulders are finished with a lace-style filigree, scrolling details, and milgrain edges. Perfect for any occasion, this unique piece personifies the bold taste of the era. canoehillring

Catskill: Featuring a shimmering sugarloaf cabochon amethyst, this intoxicating ring comes from the earlier part of the Art Deco era. The center stone is set within a square shaped halo, and flourishes within a surrounding of eighteen rose cut diamonds. To complete the look, the outer milgrain edges are surrounded by diamonds and finished with a lovely platinum shank. Canoe Hill: One of our most unique vintage Art Deco rings, Canoe Hill combines decadent beauty with old world elegance. This cocktail ring features 18k and 14k gold, and is bedecked by a six prong set opal that reflects equal parts blue and green. Gracing the frame is a halo of twenty-six single cut diamonds of I-J color and VS clarity. Together the colors of this ring create a stunning piece of jewelry that is sure to have the entire party talking.

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