Vintage Platinum & White Gold Engagement Rings

Once known as ‘little silver’, platinum is one of the rarest precious metals, rarer even than gold. Given its durability, strength and natural white colour, it’s no surprise that platinum is perhaps the most popular metal for an engagement ring.

Explore our collection of unique vintage platinum & white gold engagement rings below.

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Platinum was discovered in the 1500s but wasn’t used in jewellery until the late 19th century. Its use became widespread during the Edwardian and Art Deco periods and came to symbolise luxury and refinement, making it incredibly popular for use in engagement rings.

The vintage platinum engagement rings in our collection showcase the beauty and opulence of yesteryear.

Can platinum be worn every day?

Platinum is incredibly durable, meaning it’s ideal for everyday wear. To keep your platinum engagement ring in good condition, avoid wearing it at the gym or during an activity where the metal could be scratched.

Is platinum worth more than gold?

Platinum is generally worth more than gold due to its higher density. Both platinum and gold must be alloyed with other metals in order to be suitable for use in jewellery, though platinum needs to be combined with a lower percentage of other metals than gold does.

What do platinum engagement rings represent?

Platinum symbolises true love, rarity, purity and strength, making it the perfect metal for use in engagement rings.

How long will a vintage platinum engagement ring last?

If maintained carefully and correctly, a vintage platinum engagement ring can remain in excellent condition for generations.

How do you clean a white platinum engagement ring?

You should occasionally clean your ring using a damp cloth or soft, fine brush with warm, soapy water. Ensure you don’t apply too much pressure as you clean any gemstone or diamond settings to avoid the stones coming loose. Avoid using ultrasonic machines which can loosen stones from their settings.