8 antique engagement rings from EraGem that’ll give vintage lovers a lust-attack

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8 antique engagement rings from EraGem that will give vintage lovers a heart attack

If you get all googly-eyed over vintage rings like I do, then you're going to be SUPER stoked about our longtime sponsor EraGem Jewelry. We've featured them before, but for those that don't remember EraGem is a fine estate jewelry company that specializes in vintage and antique engagement rings.

EraGem is owner-operated, and they hand-select only the most bad-ass and truly special speshy-spesh estate engagement rings. Whether or not you're searching for your dream vintage ring or antique wedding band, you know you're going to have fun perusing their amazing collection.

Check out seven more of the coolest vintage rings you'll see on the interwebs today…

Antique Cushion Cut Emerald Engagement Ring w Diamonds Platinum 1920sIs there anything better than a vintage cushion cut stone? (Is my vintage ring geekiness showing?) This emerald engagement ring has got it going on.

1930s art deco diamond ringWhat!? This one is like the Starship Enterprise of vintage engagement rings.

Victorian 3 Carat Unheated Sapphire Engagement Ring w Diamond Halo 18K GoldEragem has a shocking collection of sapphire engagement rings, including this Victorian Sapphire Engagement Ring from the 1900s.

Art Deco 3 Carat Transitional Cut Diamond Engagement Ring PlatinumThis one-of-a-kind Art Deco, three carat, transitional cut diamond engagement ring is amazing right? That's because it's as hard to forget as it is to afford. Seriously, look.

1930s Antique Engagement Ring w Old Euro Diamond PlatinumThis 1930s antique engagement ring features a traditional look with a little POW of non-traditional green glass goodness.

Antique Engagement Ring Old Euro Diamond Platinum 1920sThis gorgeous 1920s engagement ring has a 1.25 carat Old European cut diamond — the kind of round diamond cut they don't make anymore.

Art Deco Old Euro Diamond Engagement Ring Filigree Platinum 1920sYou will not find another ring like this Art Deco diamond engagement ring, with filigree and channel set sapphires, from the 1920s — not only because it's an antique, but because it's already been purchased!

That's the thing about Eragem, their one-of-a-kind finds are so awesome that they go fast. Now head over to EraGem Fine Estate Jewelry because there are so many more lust-inducing rings to see Snatch yours up before it's gone forever!

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Comments on 8 antique engagement rings from EraGem that’ll give vintage lovers a lust-attack

  1. My engagement ring came from EraGem :). 1920’s art deco in white gold with a small diamond and lots of filigree. Completely amazing selection and some really great prices for the pieces you can get!

  2. I actually gasped when I saw the first ring. If money were no object, I’d buy a second engagement ring from them in a minute.

  3. I adore all of these, though they are WAY out of a budget I would approve of! I am not big into diamonds, and I generally prefer colored stones, so I love a lot of these designs! “Organic” style rings are my personal favorite, but vintage is a close second! <3 I had to drool a little over the sapphire one (fourth down)!

  4. Oh my gosh, these are stunning! The sapphire cluster ring is exactly what I would have wanted, and I loved the idea of an antique ring. But then-fiancé-now-husband wanted us to be the first owners of my ring, so it’s history would start with us, which was such a beautiful idea I couldn’t say no. Though my modern ring is very vintage-looking!

  5. So I went to the site, and there certainly are many beautiful, drool-worthy rings! But I still think mine is prettier!! 😉 I truly could not have asked for anything better than what he picked out all by himself! So I had to share and posted pics of it to your Flickr page!! It feels so nice to not have ring envy!

  6. I love the fact my ring is really similair to one on the website because we were looking for something art deco inspired. I can’t explain how much I love my ring. We chose it together and we had a darker stone order to put in the setting. I love it so much, I’m just gushing now!!

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