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Antique and vintage-style engagement rings have never been more popular and Ben Garelick has curated a collection of vintage halo engagement rings that is pure joy. With world-renowned designers like Simon G., Gabriel, and Artcarved bringing their famous vintage-style designs, you’re sure to find the perfect engagement ring she will cherish forever. Utilizing design elements from the most influential eras of jewelry design—Georgian, Victorian, Art Nouveau, Edwardian, and Art Deco, Ben Garelick designers have created the best vintage-style halo engagement rings for your choosing.

What Do Vintage-Style Rings Look Like?

What bride-to-be wouldn’t love the ornate filigree and engraving detail of the Victorian era, the bows and lace replicated from the Edwardian era, or the geometric playfulness of the art deco era? Engagement rings recreated for all of these time periods and more can be found in this vintage-style engagement ring collection.

Vintage-style jewelry designers utilize milgrain and filigree to create additional detail in the settings. Milgrain is made of tiny metal balls that decorate the sides of the band and the ring’s crown. This Simon G. vintage-style diamond engagement ring is a great example of both milgrain and filigree details. Filigree is another kind of delicate ornamental work with a fine wire formed and twisted into delicate lace-like patterns. Tiny metal beads are often added and then all metal is soldered together to create the final ring design. You can see exquisite filigree detailing in this "Halsey" victorian style filigree diamond engagement ring by Gabriel.

Vintage styles elements like these allow you to choose from a variety of distinct design characteristics that best fit your personality and tastes and then travel back in time every time you look at your diamond engagement ring.

Combining Vintage-Style With The Halo

Some believe the halo-style engagement ring made its debut in the Art Deco era of the 1920s. However, its roots can actually be followed back to the early Georgian era (1714-1837) in Europe, where smaller round diamonds or pearls were placed around the center stone. Regardless of when it arrived on the jewelry scene, the halo design remains one of the most popular, not only with celebrities but with brides everywhere. Perhaps it’s because the smaller diamonds that surround the center stone make that diamond look larger, making the overall impact of the ring seem even more impressive. This combination of halo with vintage-style has brides saying “yes” in record numbers!

Customize Your Vintage Style Halo Engagement Ring Today

Select the vintage-style halo ring in the size, shape, and color that captures her heart and fits your budget. At Ben Garelick Jewelers, you can customize your ring to make it uniquely yours. We offer center stones in any size and color. Sapphires and other gemstones as large center stones are still as popular today as they were during earlier centuries, as evidenced by Princess Kate’s heirloom sapphire ring once worn by Princess Diana. Don’t wait to select her forever ring. Contact our jewelry experts today at (716) 631-1584 and allow them to guide you through the diamond engagement ring buying process. We look forward to serving you soon!

Antique and vintage-style engagement rings have never been more popular and Ben Garelick has curated a collection of vintage halo engagement rings that is pure joy. With world-renowned designers like Simon G., Gabriel, and Artcarved bringing their famous vintage-style designs, you’re sure to find the perfect engagement ring she will cherish forever. Utilizing design elements from the most influential eras of jewelry design—Georgian, Victorian, Art Nouveau, Edwardian, and Art Deco, Ben Garelick designers have created the best vintage-style halo engagement rings for your choosing.

What Do Vintage-Style Rings Look Like?

What bride-to-be wouldn’t love the ornate filigree and engraving detail of the Victorian era, the bows and lace replicated from the Edwardian era, or the geometric playfulness of the art deco era? Engagement rings recreated for all of these time periods and more can be found in this vintage-style engagement ring collection.

Vintage-style jewelry designers utilize milgrain and filigree to create additional detail in the settings. Milgrain is made of tiny metal balls that decorate the sides of the band and the ring’s crown. This Simon G. vintage-style diamond engagement ring is a great example of both milgrain and filigree details. Filigree is another kind of delicate ornamental work with a fine wire formed and twisted into delicate lace-like patterns. Tiny metal beads are often added and then all metal is soldered together to create the final ring design. You can see exquisite filigree detailing in this "Halsey" victorian style filigree diamond engagement ring by Gabriel.

Vintage styles elements like these allow you to choose from a variety of distinct design characteristics that best fit your personality and tastes and then travel back in time every time you look at your diamond engagement ring.

Combining Vintage-Style With The Halo

Some believe the halo-style engagement ring made its debut in the Art Deco era of the 1920s. However, its roots can actually be followed back to the early Georgian era (1714-1837) in Europe, where smaller round diamonds or pearls were placed around the center stone. Regardless of when it arrived on the jewelry scene, the halo design remains one of the most popular, not only with celebrities but with brides everywhere. Perhaps it’s because the smaller diamonds that surround the center stone make that diamond look larger, making the overall impact of the ring seem even more impressive. This combination of halo with vintage-style has brides saying “yes” in record numbers!

Customize Your Vintage Style Halo Engagement Ring Today

Select the vintage-style halo ring in the size, shape, and color that captures her heart and fits your budget. At Ben Garelick Jewelers, you can customize your ring to make it uniquely yours. We offer center stones in any size and color. Sapphires and other gemstones as large center stones are still as popular today as they were during earlier centuries, as evidenced by Princess Kate’s heirloom sapphire ring once worn by Princess Diana. Don’t wait to select her forever ring. Contact our jewelry experts today at (716) 631-1584 and allow them to guide you through the diamond engagement ring buying process. We look forward to serving you soon!