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In a quest to be new and modern, Ben Garelick has compiled a beautiful collection of art deco design engagement rings she’s sure to love. You’ll find the most brilliant premium curated diamonds set in a variety of the highest-quality crafted designs. Emerging at the Paris World’s Fair in the 1925 and blossoming into one of the most influential decorative styles in the first half of the twentieth century, art deco engagement rings will inspire optimism and symbolize the eternity of your one love.

Find The Modern Mesh Of Art Deco At Ben Garelick

Art deco styles of the 20s and 30s are often considered a mesh of the most popular styles of the day. In an effort to create a new and modern look, designers from the visual and decorative arts to fashion, architecture, filmography, and jewelry design created inspirational and luxurious designs that lent optimism to the world between the two World Wars.

  • Set in platinum or white gold. Yellow gold was not in style during this time and white gold was created because of the increasing costs of platinum.

  • Geometric design. Designers were inspired by an industrial aura with straight lights of geometric shapes and less open space. This was a departure from the light, flowery feel of the Edwardian era that preceded it.

  • Particular types of cut diamonds and gemstones. The art deco style excluded the round brilliant diamonds and instead offered European, cushion and calibre cut diamonds. Calibre cut stones were gemstones cut to fit into the jewelry design so there is no space between them.

  • Filigree. Art deco jewelry and the modern reproductions showcase the invention of the die-cast machines perfected In the late 1920s and early 1930s that created these tiny, intricate cut-outs.

Find Your Slice Of Art Deco At Ben Garelick

Make the old “modern and new” new again with your own art deco designed diamond or gemstone engagement ring from Ben Garelick. We offer a great variety of designs from world-renowned designers like Kirk Kara and Whitehouse Brothers so we know you will find the ring of her dreams to showcase your special love. And, remember, Ben Garelick is one of the few jewelers in the country who offers the substitution of our beautiful moissanite stones for almost any center diamond which can definitely help you buy a stunning, sparkling engagement ring that’s within your budget! Find out more from our experts today by calling (716) 631-1584 or chatting online. We look forward to helping you find the perfect ring!

In a quest to be new and modern, Ben Garelick has compiled a beautiful collection of art deco design engagement rings she’s sure to love. You’ll find the most brilliant premium curated diamonds set in a variety of the highest-quality crafted designs. Emerging at the Paris World’s Fair in the 1925 and blossoming into one of the most influential decorative styles in the first half of the twentieth century, art deco engagement rings will inspire optimism and symbolize the eternity of your one love.

Find The Modern Mesh Of Art Deco At Ben Garelick

Art deco styles of the 20s and 30s are often considered a mesh of the most popular styles of the day. In an effort to create a new and modern look, designers from the visual and decorative arts to fashion, architecture, filmography, and jewelry design created inspirational and luxurious designs that lent optimism to the world between the two World Wars.

  • Set in platinum or white gold. Yellow gold was not in style during this time and white gold was created because of the increasing costs of platinum.

  • Geometric design. Designers were inspired by an industrial aura with straight lights of geometric shapes and less open space. This was a departure from the light, flowery feel of the Edwardian era that preceded it.

  • Particular types of cut diamonds and gemstones. The art deco style excluded the round brilliant diamonds and instead offered European, cushion and calibre cut diamonds. Calibre cut stones were gemstones cut to fit into the jewelry design so there is no space between them.

  • Filigree. Art deco jewelry and the modern reproductions showcase the invention of the die-cast machines perfected In the late 1920s and early 1930s that created these tiny, intricate cut-outs.

Find Your Slice Of Art Deco At Ben Garelick

Make the old “modern and new” new again with your own art deco designed diamond or gemstone engagement ring from Ben Garelick. We offer a great variety of designs from world-renowned designers like Kirk Kara and Whitehouse Brothers so we know you will find the ring of her dreams to showcase your special love. And, remember, Ben Garelick is one of the few jewelers in the country who offers the substitution of our beautiful moissanite stones for almost any center diamond which can definitely help you buy a stunning, sparkling engagement ring that’s within your budget! Find out more from our experts today by calling (716) 631-1584 or chatting online. We look forward to helping you find the perfect ring!