Hooray, Friday is here! This week we are featuring five of our very favorite vintage three-stone rings. The three-stone style is defined by a generally (but not necessarily!) larger center stone flanked by two side stones. In a classic three-stone style, there are no other stones in the ring. The style was popularized in the Victorian era and remains extremely popular today. The three-stones are believed to symbolize the past, present and future— a wonderful representation of marriage! We love vintage three-stone rings, especially those that feature colored gemstones! Check out our favorites below or browse our entire collection of three-stone engagement rings! Abbotsford is a sweet authentic Victorian era (circa 1880) 14k yellow gold ring starring a classic three-stone combination. A natural slightly pink oval ruby centers the ring and is gauged at 0.12ct further flanked on either side by two Old Mine Cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.20ct. The ring is finished with lovely detailing on the shoulders. Abbotsford is currently a size 7 and can be sized to fit. Glen Holly is a beautiful example of classic Mid Century design. This platinum-set ring centers a 0.94ct EGL certified Old European Cut diamond graded K color and VS1 clarity sitting comfortably in a talon-prong setting. This center diamond is flanked on either side by two Triangular Cut, beautifully saturated emeralds totaling approximately 0.25ct in total weight. Glen Holly is finished with a personal hand engraving along the inside of the shank reading: "Charles to V 12-22-47". How romantic to be married just before Christmas! Glen Holly is currently a size 6.25 and can be sized to fit. Sedona is a spectacular example of Early Victorian craftsmanship (circa 1870) designed in 14k rose gold featuring a stunning three stone combination. An intensely saturated orange-red round faceted spinel accompanied with a Guild Laboratories certificate centers the ring, gauged at approximately 0.75ct and flanked on either side by two Old European Cut diamonds totaling approximately 1.00ct, graded G-H color and VS clarity. The ring is finished with a simple slightly tapered shank. Sedona is currently a size 6.5 and can be sized to fit. Bradley is a Victorian engagement ring made from 18k yellow gold and platinum featuring a 1.25ct EGL certified Old European Cut diamond with K color and VS2 clarity further flanked on either side by two Old European Cut diamonds with an approximate total weight of .90ct, graded J-K color and SI clarity. A trio of fiery diamonds glow warmly from this classic three stone ring, accented with small details like a floral basket setting and engraved shoulders. Bradley is currently a size 4.5 and can be sized to fit. Williamsburg is a one-of-a-kind Victorian platinum and 18k yellow gold three stone ring centering a 1.70ct GIA certified Old Mine Brilliant Cut diamond graded Fancy Brown-Yellow color and VS2 clarity. Williamsburg is flanked on either side by two Old European Cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.60ct, graded H-I color and VS clarity. This stunning three stone ring is finished off with six Rose Cut diamonds alongs the shoulders of the ring. Williamsburg is currently a size 7 and can be sized to fit.