Art Deco Engagement Rings

Our stunning art deco rings feature one-of-a-kind geometric bands and settings synonymous with the Art Deco style. If you're looking for vintage engagement rings that are sure to stand out, then an Art Deco engagement ring is the perfect ring for you.

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Roar Back to the 20s with Art Deco Style Engagement Rings
During the 1920s, Art Deco engagement rings were all the rage. In keeping with the jewelry design trends of the Art Deco era, these antique engagement rings featured symmetrical diamond-encrusted bands with filigree or milgrain detailing, as well as halos to highlight their clean lines. These vintage engagement rings are poised to be just as relevant in the 2020s as they were a century ago during the art deco period.
Match Her Shine with Art Deco Engagement Rings

Art Deco engagement rings are the perfect match for a daring leading lady. These vintage engagement rings were built for the newly confident women of the Roaring Twenties. Inspired by the vibrant fashion of the time, they are often large statement pieces —perfect for the vivacious women of today who want a beautiful, vintage engagement ring.

No matter the cut of diamond you choose, a striking Art Deco band will add glamour to your loved one’s diamond engagement ring (or wedding band).

Tips for Buying an Art Deco Engagement Ring

While all Art Deco engagement rings feature geometric designs, they still come in various styles. Look through your loved one’s jewelry to determine whether they will prefer a simpler engagement ring or if they will want a dramatic statement piece. Pay homage to the 1920s by choosing an emerald cut or Asscher cut stone for your vintage ring.

Shopping for a diamond engagement ring is a very personal experience. Be sure to check for any clues your partner may have left to clue you in on what they might desire. If you believe they have a preference for antique engagement rings, then we can help you find the perfect ring for her collection.

Distinct Features of an Art Deco Engagement Ring

A 1920s-style diamond engagement ring will often feature a halo since they are always symmetrical. Halos look fantastic in yellow gold, white gold, or platinum. These halos can add extra carat weight to the diamond ring without making a significant dent in your wallet. A halo will also create the visual illusion that the stone is larger than it is. This is a beneficial tip when shopping for a diamond engagement ring.

In terms of color, stones like sapphires, rubies, or black onyx were used alongside a diamond back in the 1920s. Nowadays, you can opt for a yellow or rose gold band to add a splash of color to your Art Deco diamond engagement ring. This bold metal choice of rose gold will allow you to stick with a diamond while still bringing a pop of color to the ring.

The History of Art Deco Engagement Rings

The Art Deco era design movement appeared just before World War I. It developed into a popular style during the 1920s and 1930s when many people were ready to cut loose, giving birth to the Roaring Twenties. The movement influenced everything from buildings to cars and jewelry to radios.

Art Deco combined modernist trends with rich materials and meticulous craftsmanship, representing a sense of luxury and glamour. Its name, short for Arts Décoratifs, comes from the Exposition Internationale des arts décoratifs et Industriels Modernes (International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts) held in Paris in 1925.

An entire century later, think of shopping these vintage rings as a time machine back to the 1920s. As you browse these beautiful vintage rings, you can imagine yourself enveloped in the classy styles of the early 20th century.

Art Deco Era Influences on Engagement Rings

Art styles known for their sharp geometric shapes, such as Cubism, Modernism, and Futurism, were the main source of inspiration for these antique engagement rings. Combining that with the cool style of the 1920s that featured bold colors, geometric shapes, and symmetry produced incredible designs for art deco rings.

These vintage engagement rings also derive an evident influence from two design periods that preceded the 1920s—the Edwardian era and Art Nouveau.

Early on, Art Deco engagement rings adopted Art Nouveau's decorative and flowery accents in sleeker designs, like this antique art nouveau engagement ring. As the 1920s progressed, we say the style evolved into increasingly symmetrical detail and bold geometric motifs with sharp angles.

The Edwardian style influenced 1920s jewelry makers and designers to use diamonds and platinum in crafting engagement rings. In comparison with Edwardian engagement rings, a 1920s engagement ring was bolder and made heavy use of geometric designs. The design work of the 1920s engagement ring features more straight lines and geometric shapes, in stark opposition to Edwardian eras' curved lines and nature-inspired motifs.

Clean Origin’s Selection of Vintage Engagement Rings

Pair an eye-catching Art Deco band with a round brilliant or emerald cut diamond for a blend of the traditional and the cutting-edge. You can also combine an Art Deco style band with a cushion cut stone for the ultimate art deco engagement ring. Whichever diamond you choose to crown the band, you’ll be sure to have a vintage beauty on your hands.

At Clean Origin, we offer a vast collection of lab grown vintage rings that showcase the timeless Art Deco design that took the world of engagement rings by storm.

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