1920s Engagement Rings

Step into the glamour of the Jazz Age era with our collection of vintage 1920s engagement rings. Jewellery design during the Art Deco movement of the 1920s featured bold geometric shapes, contrasting colours and intricate details. Our selection of vintage 1920s engagement rings includes pieces crafted in platinum with diamonds and precious gemstones – each ring showcasing the craftsmanship of the era. Explore our full 1920s rings collection below.

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Vintage 1920s engagement rings are a timeless and sophisticated choice for those seeking a unique and romantic ring. Featuring intricate designs, stunning diamonds and precious gemstones, and crafted from luxurious materials such as platinum, these rings are a true reflection of the elegance and opulence of the Art Deco era.


What materials were generally used in vintage 1920s engagement rings?

While many 1920s rings are created using gold or silver, platinum was an increasingly popular choice of precious metal due to its durability and strength. Diamonds, pearls, and other precious gemstones were also frequently used in Art Deco designs.

What styles of rings were popular in the 1920s?

Art Deco style rings featured bold geometric patterns, intricate filigree designs and bright contrasting colours. As for vintage 1920s engagement rings, platinum and white gold rings with unusual diamond settings were popular, with trilogy rings and cluster rings being two popular styles of engagement rings from 1920s.

How can I tell if a ring is from the 1920s?

Many authentic 1920s rings will include a stamp or hallmark which indicates the origins of the ring. You can also tell by knowing the trademark styles of the time, such as whether the ring features geometric shapes, bold lines, contrasting colours, delicate filigree work and such.

Can I wear vintage 1920s engagement rings every day?

There is no reason why you are not able to wear engagement rings from 1920s every day but it’s important that your ring is well looked after and maintained to prevent damage. To clean your ring, gently brush it with a soft brush or cloth and warm, soapy water. When you aren’t wearing your ring, carefully store it within a cloth-lined jewellery box or cloth bag.