Art Deco engagement rings are admired for their timeless beauty and individuality. The 1920’s and 1930’s witnessed a revolution in jewellery design. Jewellers experimented with new shapes and cuts of stones, creating jewellery that made good use of line, geometry and right angles, which had not yet been celebrated in the periods beforehand.
Platinum was the preferred metal, which showed off bright old cut diamonds beautifully. These hand cut diamonds were contrasted with bold colours of precious ruby, sapphire, and emerald, along with other popular gemstones of turquoise, onyx and amethyst.
Craftsmen were making exceptional one of a kind engagement rings in the art deco period. Among our collection we have signed art deco rings by the famous houses of Boucheron, Mellerio, Bulgari and examples of art deco Cartier engagement rings. At Berganza we have a wide range of styles of art deco antique rings to suit all tastes, beautifully fusing boldness with elegance.
We have a large collection of rare and striking art deco engagement rings, set with many combinations of gemstones, including sapphire and diamond cluster rings, ruby and diamond three stone rings, and emerald art deco dress rings. Art deco diamond solitaire rings are a unique take on the classic engagement rings, and you can see our complete range of art deco rings on our website.