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Did you know? All our jewellery is handcrafted and made-to-order. Get your dazzling gift in time for Christmas!

High quality diamonds are paired with unparalleled craftsmanship, tailored to your wishes, to craft a piece you'll treasure forever.

Engagement Rings

High quality diamonds are paired with unparalleled craftsmanship, tailored to your wishes, to craft a piece you'll treasure forever.

Vintage engagement ring

You are about to embark on the next stage of your life as a couple. A vintage‑inspired ring is an unforgettable way of marking this moment in your history.

Through more ornate designs and exquisite craftsmanship, our vintage engagement rings are all influenced by jewellery styles of the past. Through our pieces, we wish to pay homage to the ageless beauty of vintage rings, while also adding modern twists to our designs.

This bespoke 2ct marquise engagement ring holds a vintage appeal and features a diamond halo and side detailing.

Vintage engagement ring influences

Inspired by a more ornamental style of jewellery, our vintage rings are reminiscent of both the Victorian and Edwardian eras, as well as linear styles from the 1920s Art Deco movement.

Victorian (1837-1901)

Early Victorian jewellery was known for its decadent designs which often featured twisted bands or split shanks, leading the eye towards the central stone. Yellow gold and rose gold metals were popular, with many pieces inspired by Queen Victoria’s love of diamonds.

Victorian jewellery became sleeker and more delicate later in the period, as the queen went into mourning for her late husband, Prince Albert. Platinum and white gold metals later overtook yellow gold and rose gold in popularity.

Created by our designers, this Art Deco inspired piece features a 1.3ct emerald shaped diamond encircled by a 1.5ct halo of baguette diamonds.

Edwardian (1901-1910)

Edwardian jewellery is characterised by intricate details and a distinctly romantic feel, which suits the symbolism of an engagement ring. Details like lace, filigree, milgrain and floral motifs were combined with coloured gemstones, including rubies, emeralds and sapphires. New fancy diamond cuts like triangular and baguette emerged during this period, with yellow gold and platinum being the most popular metals.

Art deco (1920-1940)

In a clear contrast to the Edwardian era, Art Deco jewellery features clean lines, bold geometric designs and repeated patterns. Technological advancements brought linear diamond cuts, such as the asscher and emerald, to the fore.

Rubies, emeralds and sapphires remained popular, as did the artful texture created by milgrain detailing. White gold replaced yellow gold as a popular metal, while platinum became very sought after.

From ornate and elaborate designs to more subtle, slender compositions, there are many options available to enhance your chosen diamond in the most fitting way.

If you already have a specific idea in mind, be sure to contact our design team for help in creating your own bespoke ring.

Setting Selection

Delicacy Vintage, Platinum (950) (Default)

£ 913.24 £ 803.65

Selected Diamond

Default (Round, 0.30, L, SI2)

£ 222.34

Grand Total


£ 1,362.71 £ 1,231.20

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