- 8 years ago
- Wedding: June 2013
My 1930’s gem. We found it at an antiques shop on etsy. I am in love with it!!
Here’s mine 🙂 E-ring from the 1920s, wedding band from the 1910s!
My main ring has a vintage setting with antique diamonds. The other wedding bands are new but the one looks vintage so I went for it.
I also have an antique Victorian ring he bought me while we were dating that came from a local antique dealer. It has a moonstone and then two itsy-bitsy OEC accent diamonds. (only pictures I have on this computer are from when I first got it and it wasn’t sized properly). This one is worn less often since it’s so old – it’s great for special occassions but I don’t want to ruin it with daily wear.
I like having a ring (and other jewelery) that has some history behind it. I’ve always loved this kind of stuff, though. I’ve had a knack for fishtail prongs so that was something I was sure I wanted to have for my every-day set. I have some newer, more modern rings that I like but something just takes my breath away about vintage/antique jewelry (and the cuts of the diamonds/gems).
I have a vintage styled ring! I absolutely love it, it’s handmade and unique! I don’t wish I had a vintage ring because years later mine will be vintage and will be passed on to the next generation. It’s the style that I love!
My centerstone is a sapphire!
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