Post # 1
I probably shouldn’t be looking now that I’m already married, but it’s fun.
Anyone got any good suggestions for antique or vintage-style ring designers?
So far I’ve discovered Single Stone and Tacori but would love to see what else is out there. I particularly want to see some unique basket details, cushion & old european cuts, milgrain, and I’m also kind of into baguette sidestones.
Anyone come across any good sites?
Post # 3
Recently engaged and my FI found my engagement ring at Cross Jewelers – http://www.crossjewelers.com/products/product.aspx?ID=279
Not sure if they have any other vintage styles but this filigree is my absolute favorite!
Post # 4
is there a period you like or just details?
Post # 5
@bella128: I seem to be liking stuff from the early 1900s – around 1920?
Post # 6
@alheur: Pretty! I love the use of delicate tiny milgrain there.
Post # 7
Verragio and Vatche are two that come to mind! My ring is Sylvie, and they have some vintage-y rings with milgrain and whatnot.
Post # 8
Jewels by Erica Grace!!! Her website is amazeballs. I am not sure if they design, but they source the most amazing stones and rings. I’m married, too, and frequently look there because I am lusting after an OEC ring! One day….
Post # 9
@AP1976: Ooh, such a great site! I love their Lynda setting. I totally hear ya – I’m all over OEC as well!
@PaisleyMedic: I’d never heard of Sylvie before – they have some beautiful stuff.
Vatche has some really pretty (although more modern) styles, and Verragio is crazy with their details! (A bit too much for me.)
I appreciate these suggestions, ladies.
Post # 10
Henri Daussi- His settings are exquisite!