An increasing number of couples today are choosing antique engagement rings for their graceful, elegant and unique designs. Victorian rings are often made of yellow or rose gold, with an Old Mine Cut or Old European Cut diamond. White gold and platinum were popular for Edwardian rings; their filigree designs call to mind the fine lace of the bride's wedding dress. Art Deco rings often have geometric or step designs, and accent stones such as rubies, sapphires and emeralds. Rings from the 1930s and 1940s often feature delicately carved, romantic details like hearts, bows and flowers.

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Simple and elegant, this 1930s white gold engagement ring features a .26 carat diamond.
  This antique engagement ring showcases a .35 carat diamond in a beautiful 1930s solitaire setting.
This antique engagement ring from the 1930s has an intricate filigree setting and a .25 carat diamond.
  This platinum engagement ring from the 1950s has seven diamonds and a classic, elegant style.
Four sapphires surround the .56 carat diamond in this beautiful 1920s antique engagement ring.
  Beautiful carving and filigree showcase the .58 carat diamond in this 18K white gold engagement ring from the 1920s.