Vintage Engagement Rings: December 20

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Our favorite vintage engagement rings are...


Hollicombe is a lovely and feminine Art Deco (circa 1930) engagement ring that started its life out as a pair of earrings. Trumpet & Horn added the 14k yellow gold and 14k rose gold shanks. The ring centers a platinum bezel set Old Mine Cut diamond gauged at approximately 0.50ct, graded G-H color, SI clarity. The antique center stone is surrounded by a unique tear drop shaped halo of ten Old Mine Cut diamonds totaling approximately 1.00ct in weight. Hollicombe is finished with a touch of miligraining along the platinum edges. It is completed by a newly-made floral 14k gold split shank embellished with six Single Cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.06ct in weight. The ring is currently a size 6.25 and can be sized to fit. The ring is available with a 14k rose gold shank or a 14k yellow gold shank


Harleston is a beautiful and authentic Late Art Deco (dated 1939) platinum solitaire engagement ring. This classic design centers a four-prong set 0.68ct EGL certified Cushion Square Modified Brilliant Cut diamond graded H color and SI1 clarity. The simple antique ring is finished with incredible handcrafted engraving and milgrained platinum edges throughout. Harleston is hand inscribed with a personal engraving on the inside shank: "N.G.L + D.M.M.M 2.14.39" and is currently a size 6.75 and can be sized to fit.

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