Ring. Tuesday , October 17th , 2017 - 15:54:30 PM
Art Deco rings of the 1920s are generally platinum, white gold or silver. Bezel settings are common in these rings. The setting makes the smaller diamond appear larger. Rings became smaller and less ornate in the 1930s and 1940s. Platinum became less common during the war years and yellow or white gold was commonly used in rings. Carvings on the shank and settings helped make the center stone appear larger.
Along with multiple stone clusters comes the possibility of multiple bands too! Stacked rings are quintessentially bohemian. The bands can either mix metals, two-tone or be multiples of the same color, either way this engagement ring is a perfect fit for the fashionista bride-to-be.
Antique engagement rings are a unique and beautiful alternative to a new ring. The tradition of giving separate rings for the engagement and the marriage started in Victorian England. The first DeBeers diamond minds in the late 1800s helped increase the popularity of engagement rings.
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