A box of chocolates. A bottle of wine. A bouquet of flowers. Dinner with the best view in town. These are just some of the gifts you may have given over the course of your relationship to show your love. If you are in the market for a one-of-a-kind engagement ring, be sure to consider making your purchase at Trumpet & Horn. We carefully select and recreate vintage jewelry. Read our tips to finding an authentic vintage engagement ring in our outstanding selection that fits your needs and best tells the story of your love. Do Your Homework Before you start on your vintage engagement ring search, do your homework. It is important to know what you are getting into, so take the time to learn more about our products. Vintage jewelry is wonderfully unique, but it can be confusing to a novice buyer. With styles from Edwardian, Art Deco, and Victorian eras, a short introduction is in order to help you identify these movements. The more you know, the more you can ensure a standout item best suited for you and your love. Curl up like you are about to read a good book and get ready to study these vintage gems! Focus on Her Next, spend some time focusing on your soon-to-be fiancé. Get in tune with her personal style, as wells as likes and dislikes to help discover which type of vintage engagement ring she would love. We have gone through this process with many men so to help we’ve created this engagement ring style quiz as a fun way to figure out what she might like. Contact Us Of course, you can always contact us by phone or through our concierge service online. Our representatives are happy to help you sift through our jewelry selection as you decide on your vintage engagement ring. If you are in the Los Angeles area, we also accept appointments to visit our showroom and see our gorgeous creations in person. Get Inspired To begin your search, get inspired by reading through engagement stories and eyeing new jewelry pieces throughout our blog. We love jewelry and love sharing stories with others who do too. We treat our blog like a collection of memories, a scrapbook of beautiful things that have been in our collection. Of course, the jewelry matters, but the stories of customers are what encourages us to pour our heart into each piece we create or find.