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Baguette cut diamonds were invented in the first half of the 20th Century, around the 1920s and 1930s. A baguette cut diamond ring is one of the most popular choices for engagement rings in the modern era. The vintage baguette ring was given its name due to the cut of the diamonds used, which are long and rectangular, like a baguette. 

This style of diamond cut became popular due to its functionality. They require fewer cuts than other diamonds, but this doesn’t mean they are that much easier to produce. Each cut has to be extremely precise. If the cut isn’t, flaws in the stone can be more easily seen. This makes baguette cut rings incredibly interesting. They were also popular due to their weight- they were created in less than one carat cuts. However, their value isn’t in the carat number- creating a high quality baguette cut diamond ring takes expertise. Because they have as little as 14-24 facets, the quality of the cut makes a beautiful looking diamond. If one facet isn’t perfect, the diamond is ruined. Vintage baguette rings are valuable precisely because of the expertise it takes to create them. 

This style of ring was extremely popular in the Art Deco movement of the 1920s. Their innovative style marked a clear movement away from traditional, round stones. The rectangular cut of the stone fit in perfectly with the art movements of this period. This means you can see many vintage baguette rings when you look at collections of Art Deco engagement rings. Baguette cut diamond rings were a symbol of extravagance and boldness. They are truly emblematic of a period of history renowned for its dynamic spirit. There are truly many beautiful examples of vintage baguette rings which were the height of style then, and that beauty remains today. 

Baguette cut diamonds are incredibly versatile. Baguette diamonds can be used as shoulder pieces, which means they surround other jewels in the ring. This often creates a stunning design, and this can be seen most often in vintage baguette rings. However, as time has passed, stunning designs using only baguette rings have become very popular. Baguette cut diamond rings remain amongst the most stylish jewellery options. 

If you’re looking for a beautiful vintage baguette ring, our collection of antique jewellery has many selections which will look amazing on anyone. If any of our baguette cut rings interest you, please be in touch here online. We are also happy to assist you with any enquiries in store, at our Hatton Garden residence.

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Baguette diamonds are usually long and rectangular. They sometimes have a more squared or tapered shape. Vintage baguette rings usually feature traditional rectangular diamonds. Although they use less cuts, mistakes are easier to spot on baguette cut diamonds. Baguette cut diamond rings were popular in the 1920s and 30s. They are immensely popular even today!

Baguette diamonds are often comparatively less expensive than other diamond cuts. They are less expensive because they use fewer cuts than other diamonds. However, vintage baguette rings are often quite popular due to how much they emblemise the art movements of the time period in which they were created. Baguette cut rings can vary in price, because they vary widely in how valuable they are.

Yes, a ring cut in the shape of a baguette diamond engagement ring is especially popular when it comes to modern engagement rings. They shot into popularity due to the art deco movement of the 1920s, which favoured geometric shapes. The rectangular designs of vintage baguette rings fit in perfectly with the style of the times. People of the time associated geometric shapes and clean lines with modernity and innovation, which was needed especially after the First World War. However, over 100 years later, baguette cut rings are still very popular, as today they epitomise traditional class and style.

In general, baguette diamonds on their own are worth a bit less than other diamonds. For example, emerald cut rings or round brilliant diamonds are worth a lot more than baguette cut diamond rings. This is because baguette diamonds have less cuts than other diamond cuts. Flaws are easier to spot in a diamond that has fewer cuts. This means that diamond cutters have to be careful to create a perfect baguette diamond. However, vintage baguette rings are often high-demand due to the innovative designs that have been created with baguette cut diamonds.

It’s important to preserve your vintage jewellery, such as a vintage baguette ring. Cleaning your ring correctly is a great way to keep them looking beautiful while also ensuring they keep their value. Rinse your piece carefully under warm water. Use a very soft brush to dislodge any dirt, and if it needs extra cleaning, use a mild washing-up liquid. Sometimes, baguette cut rings have problems with the flanking diamonds becoming dislodged. The stones are extremely precious, so make sure you are being incredibly careful around them. Make sure you rinse your ring. Here at Berganza, we offer complimentary annual cleaning for life with every purchase, so your vintage baguette ring can be taken care of properly.



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