10. The Concentric Circles Diamond Ring
This is a very cool piece from the Victorian era. The radial symmetry is set off by the irregular rose cut clustered diamonds, making for a wholly unique look that evokes both modern and vintage sensibilities.
9. Light Yellow Diamond Ring
This ring has the most beautiful lemony light yellow diamond set into a striking Art Deco mixed white and yellow gold setting. A classic choice with a little twist.
8. Square Five Across Band
Many women these days are looking beyond the traditional solitaire shape. This wearable and flattering 5-diamond ring will look amazing stacked with a wedding band.
6. Victorian Three Carat Ring
This exquisite beauty is a perfect choice for any gal who wants it all. Clocking in at a whopping 3 carats, this ring is definitely gasp-inducing!
5. Marqués Diamond & Ruby Ring
Not every bride-to-be wants a traditional solitaire shape, or even a diamond. For a truly unique woman, this marquise-shaped ruby ring is a distinctive choice.
4. Georgian Solitaire
A lovely and restrained ring dating all the way back to the 1830s. This adorable little solitaire is the perfect scale for a woman who wants a dainty and delicate ring.
3. Diamond Flower Ring
This vintage Victorian ring is a very romantic choice. With it’s oversized flower shape and perfectly imperfect rose cut diamonds, it gives off a total boho-bride vibe.
2. Georgian Cluster Ring
I love everything about this ring – the history, the character of the stones, the scale – it’s perfect. It is a fine example of Georgian craftsmanship in an impressive, but still wearable, design.
1. Diamond Empire Ring
And my number one pick is this totally classic Art Deco platinum ring from the 1920s. Featuring a stunning 1.02ct center diamond in a timeless setting, this is a ring for the ages!