Post # 1
I just got engaged on March 8th (So excited/love my man so much/can’t stop staring at my ring) with a 1930-40 gorgeous ring and I am DYING to see yours too. Did your love propose with an heirloom or antique? Here’s my beauty-I feel like it’s a friend I will never know completely.<3
Post # 4
Nope! This was my grandmother’s:
Post # 5
I think I’ve posted this too many times… hehe… but:
my great-grandmothers engagement ring circa 1926
and a 1940’s estate wedding band – lucky find at a local antique shop
Post # 6
Yay! I have one too. It is from 1936 and is engraved with the original owner’s initials.
Here she is.
Post # 8
Mine’s an estate piece; wish I knew more of the history behind it, but the jeweler didn’t have much information. The appraiser is guessing it’s from the 1950’s.
@bakergirl: I love the intricate milgrain work on yours! So pretty!
Post # 9
Estate – Birks 1920s. Wish I knew some of it’s history but hey, what can ya do. Sorry about the pic size. And the fact I’ve posted this pic like 20 times. I can’t help it, I love my ring! Lol
Post # 11
Gorgeous! SillyStacey I LOVE your ring!
Post # 12
@inspiredcreations: Holy cow this is gorgeous! Can you post another picture so we can see it from the front?
Post # 13
I’m always sharing my ring, but FI’s grandfather gave him his mother’s 1930s ring to propose with. =)
Post # 14
@ inspiredcreationsbyhaley: Thank you! That’s one of my favorite parts about it. And the orange blossoms on the side.
I just love the look of vintage rings.
Keep ’em comin!
Post # 16
@LeahP: here’s a stock picture of the front:
and a hand pic: