Show me your antique 5 stone rings

posted 2 months ago in Rings
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

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Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 1969 - Montsalvat, Victoria

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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2019

My RHR is a 5 stone that belonged to my husband’s great-grandmother. I would guess it is around 100 years old.

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Helper bee

I don’t have an antique 5 stone but I wish I did!  I’m just here to drool over the rings posted.  Lol. They’re all beautiful!

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Blushing bee

The setting isn’t antique but the stones are all OECs. I had the center one from a vintage ring and then bought two pairs from a vintage dealer. 

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Blushing bee

Its professional shot from the jeweler who made the setting. 

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Helper bee

Here’s mine. It was made in 1935 for my fiancé’s grandmother as her engagement ring. The diamonds are old European cut. 

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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2019

I had a request for more detail shots of my antique ring. I’m not sure how to send the photos via private message, so I’m just attaching them here. 🙂

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Newbee

Not sure about antique. But 5 stones. 

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Worker bee

ggood idea! May I ask what the sizes of the stones are?

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Worker bee

Diamond and sapphire in white gold.

 

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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: City, State

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BijouBee :  I’ve always LOVED your ring. So beautiful and such rich history ❤️

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mjay :  here’s my 5 stone–it’s a mix of OECs and OMCs. It’s not my wedding band or anything, just a for fun ring I bought a few years back.

I know you wanted a pic paired with an ering, so I took one for you, but in my opinion, it is waaaaay too chunky to look good w/my ring, lol. It would at the very least need a spacer. 

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