Vintage Style Engagement Rings
This season, old is new with
vintage style engagement rings. Is your fiancée a
romantic? Does she love antiques, old movies and flea markets? If the answer is
yes, than you already know what style of ring she is looking for.
Now more than ever, there is a strong, flourishing popularity for vintage style
engagement rings. These unique styles are one of the favorite trends this year.
Apples of Gold offers stunning engagement rings with subtle vintage and
antique-inspired styles. Between the Victorian, intricate patterns and the
classic white gold, these rings fulfill this up and coming trend. With
engagement season right around the corner you’ll be sure to find the perfect
ring for her.
Although vintage jewelry is not a new trend on the fashion scene, demand is
growing on the wedding scene. Timeless jewelry such as delicate and ornate
necklaces, earrings, and bracelets have always been popular accessories to
compliment any look, but that antique, gorgeous gem brightening up your left
hand, is a trend that looks like it is here to stay. The rings Apples of Gold
has for this season exhibit mixing of metals, and curvy, detailed patterns to
really capture that classic look that brides desire this wedding season.
For some, scoping out and selecting that unmistakable vintage style engagement
ring can be a little bit challenging. Confused grooms-to-be could be wondering:
What’s the difference between a modern versus an antique styled engagement ring?
Vintage rings tend to have more decoration and patterning than today’s modern
day minimalist rings. The designs are especially intricate and delicate, and
even though these rings are not actual antiques, they are designed and inspired
by looks and styles of the past.
While these new ‘old-fashioned’ rings are available in a variety of precious
metals, 14k white gold is a popular pick and gives a subtle look that pairs
tastefully with any sized stone. Another feature that sets these timeless
vintage style engagement rings apart is the size of the stone. Although stone
size will vary, the look of a classic vintage style engagement ring includes a
more modest sized stone—this contributes to its delicacy. A popular style this
year, aside from the classic white gold setting and band, is two-tone gold—a
white gold band with a yellow gold setting, for example. This unique pairing, as
seen in the Art Deco ring, is one that will be sure to please any bride-to-be! View our
vintage engagement rings.