What is a Victorian engagement ring?
Victorian engagement rings were made and worn the Victorian era from 1837 - 1901. Following the Georgian era and just before the Edwardian era. Most rings made during this time are made in yellow gold, rose gold, and silver. Victorian rings will most often showcase rose, old mine cushion, and marquise cut diamonds. Round old European cuts began to be set in the Late Victorian period from the 1860s. Victorian settings are always one-of-a-kind, completely unique. Each one made by hand to perfectly fit the feature stones.