Art Deco Engagement Rings
Our collection of original art deco engagement rings is both unique and stunning. Furthermore, only the finest artifacts are set aside and restored by our master jewelers!
After going through an extensive restoration process, many of the pieces look like they could have been made yesterday and these original designs are still inspiring designers today.
Spanning two decades (1915-1939), the era is broken up into two sections; early Art Deco and Late Art Deco. Early Art Deco (WWI Era) pieces are recognizable by their floral motifs, platinum filigree work and detailed engraving while Late Art Deco pieces are often linear and geometric in design.
Most notably during this time jewelry was for the first time produced on a larger scale and was often die-cast in 18-karat white gold and commonly featured colored accent stones. These accent stones were frequently synthetic, a new innovation of the time period.