1950s Engagement Rings

Take a journey to the past with our stunning collection of 1950’s engagement rings. These vintage pieces capture the glamour and elegance of the era, with design and craftsmanship that stands the test of time.

Engagement rings from the 1950s included a range of styles, from intricate filigree to the bold geometry introduced during the Art Deco period. 1950’s rings were predominantly crafted from platinum, 18k yellow and 18k white gold, ensuring they are as beautiful today as they were over 70 years ago. Whether you’re looking for a classic solitaire or a more elaborate design, our collection has something for every taste.

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Vintage engagement rings from the 1950s offer a glimpse into the unique styles and trends of the time.

Our 1950s engagement ring styles showcase the detailing and craftsmanship that were hallmarks of the era. These rings have a timeless quality that makes them perfect for those looking for something both unique and classic.

Each of our 1950’s rings has been selected for its beauty, quality, and authenticity. We ensure that each one of our engagement rings from the 1950s is a true representation of the era.

Whether you’re searching for a diamond solitaire or a more detailed vintage design, we have a range of 1950s engagement rings to suit every taste.

FAQs

What were popular 1950s engagement ring styles?

In the 1950s, size mattered. Designs were bold, and the gems were as large as a person’s individual budget would allow. The strong lines of the Art Deco period were still strongly influential.

What makes 1950’s engagement rings unique?

1950’s engagement rings were intricately designed using high-quality materials. The rings from this era usually feature diamonds, but an increasing use of gemstones – both natural and synthetic – is clearly evident in a number of designs.

How do I care for a 1950s engagement ring?

To care for 1950’s engagement rings, avoid abrasive materials and ultrasonic machines. Clean your ring using washing up liquid and warm water with a soft-bristle toothbrush.