Art Deco Rings

Art Deco Rings


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Shop Rare Vintage & Antique Art Deco Rings

Leaving the delicate and pretty designs of the Edwardian era behind, Art Deco rings burst onto the scene in the 1920s, a new and bold aesthetic for post-war society. Whether you're searching for a cocktail ring for special occasions, an Art Deco eternity ring to symbolise your love, or you are simply looking to treat yourself, our collection epitomises the best of this era.

Characterised by linear, geometric designs and a mix of stone cuts, Art Deco diamond rings are most striking in their appearance. Diamonds are often set alongside coloured gems creating a bold look, with the vibrant colours of sapphires, rubies and emeralds providing a stunning and dramatic contrast.

Alongside these gemstones, our collection showcases classic gems found in Art Deco rings, from the monochrome beauty of onyx, the pastel hues of coral, and the rich green of jade, adding depth and colour to these vintage cocktail rings, especially when nestled in amongst the icy brightness of platinum.

Immerse yourself in the favoured and especially striking cuts seen in diamond rings from this era. Emerald cuts, step cuts and asscher cuts are all to be found adorning the pieces in our collection. Silhouettes abound with a myriad of shapes, including marquise, octagons and drop shapes, which further elevate the timeless allure of Art Deco rings.

Discover exceptional design with our offering from master craftsman and renowned jewellery houses, including stunning Bulgari three stone rings, Art Deco Cartier clusters, and Tiffany & Co. crossovers. Indulge in the magnificence of these pieces and visit our Hatton Garden showroom where the vintage Art Deco rings in our collection are sure to enchant!

FAQs


Art deco jewellery was first seen in the 1920s, and was a style not just seen in jewellery, but also furniture, architecture, and clothes. Art deco design defined the 1920s and 1930s, and Art Deco rings challenged traditional styles such as Edwardian rings. Many people bought art deco rings to represent their desire for modernity and change, and Art deco rings were emblematic of an era which considered itself to be global, luxurious, and contemporary.

To identify art deco rings, you need to understand the key design elements that defined the art deco period. Art Deco’s emphasis on dynamic colour, geometric shapes, and an angular design make it reasonably easy to spot art deco rings.

There are several key features that can be seen in art deco jewellery design: Colour - the colour of the jewellery is important- art deco design utilised a lot of differing tones. Diamonds, rubies, sapphires and emeralds were extremely popular, as were different coloured gemstones, which were often placed next to each other on art deco rings to create a striking, contrasting look. Geometric Design - The design of art deco jewellery favours a lot of strong, bold shapes such as triangles, rectangles and squares. Rings often featured several shapes in one piece to create contrast, and interest for the eye. Jewel Cuts - The cuts of stones used in the jewellery is also an important indicator of art deco design- art deco rings, particularly favour linear cuts, such as emerald-cuts, baguette cuts, and asscher cuts.

The stones used in art deco reflect the luxurious and dynamic feeling of the time period. Rubies, diamonds, sapphires and emeralds are some of the most popular stones in art deco rings. Designers also used other gems, such as onyx, turquoise and coral in order to create evocative colour schemes. These stones were popular in art deco rings because they were eye-catching, bold, and interesting.

One of the biggest questions we get here at Berganza is whether something is vintage or antique. Our collection of art deco rings are an interesting mix of both antique and vintage- and here’s why. Antique jewellery is defined as 100 years or older, while vintage jewellery is younger than 100 years, but over 50 years. As we are in the 2020s, some pieces from our collection of art deco rings may have become antique, although most will still be considered vintage.



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