Art Deco Rings

Prominent in the early 20th century, the Art Deco movement was influenced by art, fashion, architecture and design. Despite being produced at the beginning of the 20th century, antique Art Deco jewellery still looks current today.

Art Deco rings in particular are characterised by pavé settings, mesmerising diamonds and intricate detailing. The opulent pieces below are perfect examples of why we believe Art Deco rings are so special.

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Whether you’re looking for art deco engagement rings, diamond art deco rings or simply the latest addition to your collection of antique Art Deco jewellery, there’s sure to be something you love at Gatsby Jewellery.

What does Art Deco mean for rings?

Art Deco rings are characterised by calibre cut stones and filigree metalwork in strong, geometric patterns, as well as platinum and white gold. The pieces are stunningly beautiful and are ideal for both day to day and occasion wear.

For a deeper look at the most iconic styles of the era, be sure to read our blog on famous Art Deco jewellery pieces.

Why are Art Deco rings so popular?

Art Deco rings are timeless. Fondly remembered as one of the most glamourous periods throughout history, the Art Deco style of the Roaring Twenties has seen a renaissance in modern design. Many of the characteristics of Art Deco jewellery design can be spotted in brand new pieces.

However, the work of influential Art Deco jewellers can never be truly replicated, which is why we believe that authentic antique Art Deco rings like the pieces within the Gatsby Jewellery collection will always be a cut above the rest.

What are Art Deco engagement rings?

Many of the signature design characteristics of vintage Art Deco engagement rings are clear in the design of engagement rings today. Dazzling calibre cut diamonds, cluster rings and solitaire rings all soared in popularity during this period and have maintained this prominence ever since.

However, the quality, craftsmanship and beauty of the era is never clearer than when viewing an authentic vintage Art Deco engagement ring like the pieces featured above.