Post # 1
I was wondering if anyone has ever seen this kind of ring before or know who the designer could be? The diamond is in a square-shaped mounting with a smaller diamond on each side. I would love to know anything about it but have never seen another like it. Could it possibly just be a custom made ring then?
Post # 2
Thats called an illusion setting (with side stones). Its a vintage style, I dont really see them new too often anymore. You could get a custom replica or stalk vintage vendors. Etsy or Ruby Lane is a good start.
Post # 3
- Wedding: April 2017 - Valleybrook Country Club
It looks like it could be an older ring or custom made. Good luck bee
Post # 4
I would look for vintage rings.
Post # 5
Yup, like @MrsBuesleBee said, it’s a vintage style. They were very common in the 1940’s IIRC. If there is a maker’s mark inside the ring, you may be able to find out who made it. Just by looking at it though, it would be pretty hard to say as it’s likely quite old and there were many made in that style.
Post # 6
As others said, that would be a vintage illusion (often called an “illusion box”) setting 🙂
Very common design in the 1940s-1950s. You can find many rings like this secondhand.
I would look on Etsy (I know that the vendor LadyRoseVintageJewel often has a lot of illusion box settings, but there are many vintage ring vendors on there), or Ruby Lane.
Post # 7
yes I would say that is a vintage setting. You will see very similar settings on Etsy
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Post # 9
you can find rings like this all the time on ebay . they are beautiful .
Post # 10
Wow, thank you all so much! I knew I could count on all of you Bees and your expertise for this! So glad I know what it is and where to look, and knowing it is vintage and possibly apart of that time period is even better. Thanks again!
Post # 11
This ring is very, very similar to my grandmother’s engagement ring. I think they got engaged in the early 1950s. It’s a beaut!