Wednesday, December 21, 2016

'Tis the Season...Proposal Season That Is!

According to several sources, Christmas Eve is the most popular date to pop the big question and the time between Thanksgiving and New Year's resulting in 33 percent of the number of annual proposals.  So, with Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve right around the corner, here are some of stunning antique and vintage engagement rings to inspire you.  And, who knows, maybe you'll feel a midnight proposal coming on yourself!


This stunning Vintage Filigree Engagement Ring in Platinum with a 1.07 ct. old European cut
center stone , J color & VS2 clarity, is available from one of my favorite jewelers - Doyle & Doyle - for $7,950.


If your significant other likes a little color in her choice of engagement rings, then this amazing .75 ct Edwardian Burma
Ruby & Diamond Ring
in platinum from Erstwhile Jewelry might be right up her alley for $4,900.

This Edwardian Pave Diamond Ring available from The Three Graces Fine Jewelry is a natural classic engagement ring, $3,850.

A Platinum & French Cut Ruby & Diamond Ring  is available through Gilded Lane on easy, $3,000, & is a classic!

This is a fabulous, antique 1910s 14K yellow gold .60 old European Cut Gypsy Ring from Jean Jean Vintage, $1,300.
One of the most classic engagement ring styles, this beauty is perfect for both the left & right hands!

As classic as the version given to Princess Diana, this antique Sapphire Halo Ring offered
from Franziska is as beautiful  as it is timeless, $810.

Another example of an instant classic, this Art Deco Zircon & Amethyst Platinum Bypass Ring available
from Ethically Enchanted is so beautiful, that I almost didn't want to share it & give away what an amazing find it was, $1,400!

There is nothing more timeless than a simple, elegant Diamond Solitaire Ring like this one at Oaks Jewelry Boutique, $659.


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