two victorian engagement rings
two victorian engagement rings

Victorian Engagement Rings

Journey to the Past: Rare 100 Year Old Pieces
Explore rare and sought after Victorian engagement rings, renowned for their intricate beauty, they are among the most enchanting and oldest pieces in our collection dating from 1840 to 1900.
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The embrace of a time-worn patina adds to the appeal cherished by aficionados of this era.

Not only do they captivate the eyes, but they also weave tales of the past. As centenarian beauties, these rings stand as the oldest in our collection.

Victorian engagement rings are primarily fashioned from yellow and rose gold, showcase antique old cut stones like rose, old mine, and old European cut diamonds. Precious colored stones like sapphires, rubies, emeralds, and beloved turquoise further embellish these rings.

Victorian engagement rings boast a spectrum of styles, with the cluster setting being one of the era's favorites. The three stone setting is another hallmark Victorian style. While settings may vary, pronounced prongs are quintessential to 19th-century designs.

When envisioning a Victorian era engagement ring, it's crucial to consider their age and delicacy. These exquisite pieces have witnessed over a century of history and may require careful handling. Align your choice with your lifestyle, and don't hesitate to reach out to our antique diamond experts for personalized guidance.