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2017  |  Posted by Emily  |  Filed under platinum engagement rings for her, matching wedding rings for him and her, split shank engagement rings

ConclusionWhen purchasing an engagement ring, it is important to consider all your options, including antique engagement rings.

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40th birthday jewellery

2017  |  Posted by Emily  |  Filed under amazing wedding rings, diamond rings for engagement, drop engagement ring

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What are the styles of different eras?Victorian Era (1835-1900) - Victorian era antique engagement rings featured diamonds or pearls set in yellow or rose gold. The ring styles varied from simple elegance to intricate detail. Many settings featured rows of diamonds that were cut with an extra facet in the bottom of the stone. This was known as a mine cut. Edwardian Era (1900-1920) - With the invention of the oxyacetylene torch, platinum became the preferred metal for the period. The wedding bands were often crafted with lacy and pierced shapes, milgraining, filigree detail, and scrollwork. Edwardian Era (1900-1920) - With the invention of the oxyacetylene torch, platinum became the preferred metal for the period. The wedding bands were often crafted with lacy and pierced shapes, milgraining, filigree detail, and scrollwork. Rose-cut diamonds and sapphires were the preferred stones. Art Deco Era (1920-1930) - Art Deco antique engagement rings feature a streamlined geometric look. They also reflect Egyptian, Asian, and Native American cultures. These rings were often made of platinum featured colorful, contrasting gemstones as well as diamonds.

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40th birthday jewellery

Before you begin shopping for that perfect ring, you should know exactly what to expect, what to look for, and the various types of rings that are available.

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While modern day jewelers struggle to offer customers something unique and contemporary, the bride-to-be may be more inclined to appreciate the style and inherent charm of an antique. Learn more...