(Closed) Vintage, antique, Art Deco, Victorian, Edwardian…

posted 3 years ago in Rings
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Bumble bee
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: May 2014

mishybear :  I’ve posted this a bunch so if you’ve already seen it, sorry for the repeat. I fell in love with a vintage ring I couldn’t afford so I had Schubach’s recreate it with a moissanite.

VINTAGE INSPIRATION

MY RING (sorry for the bad photo, it’s from the video)

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2015

Vintage daisy ring (pretty sure it’s a reproduction, I found it at a mall vendor for $200, idk the specs, just its diamond and gold and the diamonds are super clear and white) 

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Bee Keeper

mishybear :  mines plastered over the bee so apologies if it’s a terrible bore but I’m putting it here again as it fits your description. It’s around 1910-15. Old mine cut diamond with side baguettes  

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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: January 2010

Since you are looking at MoCo repros, here is my thread with a previous ring I had – an antique reproduction from Moissanite & co. It was very pretty! 

New RHR! Moissanite OEC in Rose Gold Adalia from MoCo (Lots of Pictures!)

Check out PenelliBelle on etsy as well for lovely vintage inspired rings (including with moissanite).

My Edwardian ring:

My art deco (later period) dinner ring:

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Sugar bee

I have one of the MoCo antique reproductions and love it! It’s the “Daisy”. Here she is in yellow gold with a classic OEC moissy:

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Sugar bee

And I don’t remember this Bee’s name, but she had another one of the repros from MoCo, it held a 6mm OEC moissy. I always loved it and saved pics….

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Buzzing bee

Mine too is all over the bee but I can’t resist a vintage ring thread! My Ering is deco vintage and the band is a custom reproduction to match it. 

 

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Helper bee

Art deco repro! Setting was under $300 ivy and rose vintage on etsy

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Newbee
  • Wedding: September 2017

Mine is Art Deci, sapphire with diamond baguettes. It is super simple, but I love it!!! 

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2017 - Friendship Plaza

My ring is the white gold version of GemmaBella’s: the Daisy vintage filigree from MoCo — it’s 2 ct in OEC!

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Sugar bee

I have a Gregorian natural pearl that has been dated from 1760-1770. It has two rose cut diamonds. If you want a vintage ring check out Ruby Lane. They have an amazing selection and prices.

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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2017

Here’s mine. It’s a Victorian antique navette, made in England around 1890 with natural cornflower blue sapphires and OEC diamond accents. We’ll be picking her up from the jeweler tomorrow 😄

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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2014 - Italian Villa

mishybear :  if you really want to drool, check out Erstwhile Jewelry. I really wanted a ring from there but we couldn’t afford it. 

My rings have a sort of vintage flair to them,  though. Sorry for the shoddy photo, I’m having a hard time getting my phone’s camera to focus so close up.

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