Post # 1
I love a good vintage engagement ring. I went into the jewelry shop on a budget. I wanted to find my ring for 1300 or less. I found a beautiful mine cut, about a half carat total weight for 954 out the door. (Yes, I picked out my own engagement ring. Wouldn’t trust anyone else to do it. 😂) would love to see your vintage rings too!
Post # 2
- Wedding: February 2019 - City, State
Your ring is gorgeous!! I have a five stone old mine cut ring! I love vintage jewelry!
Post # 3
Not vintage but vintage-style. I worked with my jeweler and she made this, I love it!! It’s also rose gold which is kind if vintage as well
Post # 7
I’ll play! I knew from the start that I wanted a vintage ring (so it would be unlikely that anyone else had one like it), and when we went ring shopping Fiance and I ended up at a local jeweler that specializes in vintage jewelry. I fell in love with this white gold beauty and it was luckily on sale so my Fiance got it for a steal. He was able to get a super nice stone with the money he saved. I just got it on Friday so I’m eager to share this all over the place. (:
Post # 8
I love vintage everything so I definitly needed a vintage ering. My husband had it custom made for my grandmothers diamond. It is designed after a ring i saw in an antique shop.
Post # 9
I love your ring!
You don’t have to twist my arm lol. Fi bought this vintage ring off Etsy and I’ve been in love with it ever since he put it on my finger. I’m not a big ring person, but I like it’s simplicity.
Post # 11
Picture is from etsy because I don’t have it yet, but it’s a 50s/60s daisy cluster. Clusters don’t usually get a ton of respect, but I love this style- and my other favorite (marquise solitaire) is not realistic cost wise currently lol.
Post # 12
I LOVE YOUR RING! The stone, the setting, everything. Beautiful!!
Post # 13
My heirloom 1930s ring 🙂 I have always loved vintage and always been very sentimental about family history, so it’s the perfect ring for me.
Post # 14
This is mine from the 1920’s. Stone is just over 1 carat, transitional cut. The wedding band was custom made to fit.
Post # 15
I fell in love with a vintage ring I couldn’t afford so had one made to look like it. This is the one I fell in love with. I think it’s from around the 1930s.