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Early 1900’s Edwardian Navette Sapphire & Diamond Ring 14k White Gold$1,200.00Add to cart
Early 1900’s Edwardian Diamond Engagement Ring .77 ctw 14k & Platinum GIA Certified$2,600.00Add to cart
1900’s Platinum Edwardian Engagement Ring$5,700.00Add to cart
Early 1900’s Edwardian Diamond Dinner Ring .94 ctw 14k White Gold$1,350.00Add to cart
Early 1900’s European Diamond Engagement Ring 1.12 ctw GIA Platinum$3,800.00Add to cart
Early 1900’s Opal Solitaire Ring 2.15 carats, 14k Yellow Gold$350.00Add to cart
Edwardian 1.80 ctw Sapphire and Diamond Navette Ring 18k Gold$1,765.00Add to cart
Edwardian Era 8.05ct Welo Opal Solitaire Platinum Ring$4,249.00Add to cart
Victorian .94ctw Diamond Halo Ring 10K Yellow Gold$3,499.00Add to cart
Edwardian GIA Certified 0.60ctw Elongated Filigree Heart Ring 18k White Gold$2,549.00Add to cart
Edwardian Era .29ctw Diamond Engagement Ring 14K Yellow Gold$625.00Add to cart
1900s Edwardian Diamond Engagement Ring 1.72ctw GIA Round Diamond$11,255.00Add to cart
Elegant Edwardian Rings: A Glimpse into a Bygone Era
Step into the enchanting world of Edwardian rings, where sophistication and grace reign supreme. At Arnold Jewelers, we offer a beautiful collection of Edwardian rings that capture the essence of a bygone era. Let’s explore the allure of Edwardian jewelry.
A Brief Glimpse into Edwardian Ring History
The Edwardian era marked a transition from the heavy, ornate designs of the Victorian era to lighter, more ethereal creations. Rings from this era were characterized by their use of platinum, openwork filigree, and intricate millgrain detailing. The designs often drew inspiration from nature, featuring motifs like flowers, ribbons, and bows.
A Gemstone Extravaganza
The Edwardian era, spanning from 1901 to 1910, was characterized by a love for all things delicate and refined. This aesthetic extended to the gemstones used in jewelry. The most popular gemstones during this time were:
- Diamonds: Edwardian rings often featured exquisite diamonds in various cuts, such as old mine cuts and rose cuts. These diamonds were set in intricate filigree or lacy designs, creating an ethereal, romantic look.
- Sapphires: Blue sapphires were highly favored and complemented the diamond’s brilliance beautifully. Sapphires symbolized loyalty and were often set in floral motifs.
- Emeralds: Emeralds added a touch of vibrant green to Edwardian rings, and they were used to create stunning contrast in combination with diamonds and other gemstones.
Metals of Choice
Furthermore, Edwardian jewelry was crafted with an emphasis on delicacy and intricacy. White metals, especially platinum and white gold, were the preferred choices. These metals allowed for intricate detailing and intricate lace-like designs, a hallmark of Edwardian style. Yellow gold was also used, but it was often paired with platinum to create a stunning two-tone effect.
Edwardian Engagement Rings: Romance in Every Detail
Exuding timeless elegance and intricate craftsmanship, Edwardian engagement rings continue to captivate hearts long after their era (1901-1914). Their enduring popularity stems from a unique blend of romanticism and artistry. Each ring is a miniature masterpiece, whispering tales of a bygone era.
Hallmarks of Edwardian engagement rings lie in their delicate details. Platinum, favored for its durability and brilliance, replaced traditional yellow gold. In addition, intricate milgrain borders and swirling filigree work dance around the gemstones, resembling lace or blooming flowers. Central diamonds, often old mine cuts with soft square outlines and mesmerizing fire, are często accompanied by halos of smaller stones or clusters of vibrant sapphires, rubies, or emeralds. In fact, these pops of color add depth and personality, reflecting the optimism and opulence of the Edwardian period.
Whether you’re drawn to the whispered elegance of a solitaire or the dazzling exuberance of a multi-stone cluster, an Edwardian engagement ring promises a timeless treasure. To conclude, they are imbued with the romance and artistry of a remarkable era.
Celebrities Who Adore Edwardian Rings
Even today, these rings continue to captivate the hearts of celebrities. Stars like Kate Middleton and Anne Hathaway have been spotted wearing stunning Edwardian-inspired engagement rings, showcasing the timeless appeal of this era’s jewelry.
Intricate, timeless, and adorned with exquisite gemstones, these rings are a testament to the enduring allure of vintage jewelry. At Arnold Jewelers, our collection pays homage to this romantic era, offering you the chance to own a piece of history.
Discover the charm of Edwardian rings at Arnold Jewelers today and embark on a journey through time with these exquisite pieces of artistry.