Where Can I Buy A REAL Antique Ring?? +Share Yours!

posted 2 years ago in Rings
Post # 47
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Helper bee

nycoleman :  I’m sorry I don’t remember at all, I came across it at work. I can check on Monday and let you know. 

Post # 49
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

Search for “Art Deco navette ring” on Etsy! ๐Ÿ™‚

Post # 52
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Newbee

I would second the PP who suggested Addy’s Vintage on Etsy, I got my engagement ring, a vintage piece from the 1920s, from her. 

Post # 53
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2017 - Friendship Plaza

highly recommend A Brandt and Son (you can follow them on Instagram and find their website online) and following Luck and Lockets on Instagram. I have purchased from both of them and they were both extremely professional, shipped immediately and safely (I received my rings in TWO DAYS after payment went through, signature required). Luck and Lockets is a very reputable lady who is based in NYC and travels extensively finding antique jewelry. She finds *amazing* stuff. 

A Brandt has a website that will have you … drooling. Also, I would run, not walk, there right now as they have a current 15% off sale for the July 4th holiday. Their prices range from hundreds to the thousands so you can find all kinds of goodies there and all kinds of gems, from all sorts of time periods. I just purchased an Art Nouveau ring with a boulder opal from them that I kinda wanna marry. Can you marry jewelry? Ok that’s weird.

I don’t have a pic of the art nouveau opal from a brandt yet, but here’s a pic of the Edwardian ring from Luck and Lockets… 

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Wannabee

Seconding/thirding Addy’s Vintage… that’s where we got my engagement ring and I never thought I’d be a big “ring” person but I’m kind of obsessed with it! It’s also interesting to hear vintagelover’s comments on Brilliant Earth, since my fiance and I were just talking about how we had noticed the same thing… that the prices seemed really high for similar rings compared to Etsy sellers, and that some rings had really subtle language in the description about being “Edwardian-inspired” or whatever instead of actually Edwardian (and they still say “only one available!” which I feel like makes you think it’s antique).

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