5 Adorable Vintage Bezel Set Engagement Rings

Bezel Set Engagement Rings
Interesting Diamond Facts

Bezel set engagement ring is one of the elegant types of antique engagement rings which is overlooked. The bezel set engagement rings were famous throughout the decades even in the Victorian, Art Deco and Mid Century. When Bezel setting is used, mine cut and old European cut diamonds look stunning. In the bezel setting the gemstone is surrounded by a thin layer of metal which increases its beauty and also supports the gem. Many gems like aqua, aquamarine, emerald and garnet looks perfect in their Bezel setting.

A vintage bezel ring appears classy and stunning. Here are five adorable vintage bezel set engagement rings for you to know.

Art Deco Aquamarine and Pearl Engagement Ring

This bezel set ring features a sky blue colored square cut aquamarine weighing around 4.00 carat. In this lovely art deco ring, the bezel set is enclosed by 26 seed pearl accents. It was created in the 1930’s from 14kt white gold with rose gold florets. It has an open work design and lovely filigree.

Vintage Bezel Set Aquamarine Engagement Ring

This Bezel set ring features a pear cut aquamarine weighing about 1.25 carats. Also 12 European cut shining diamonds made in 1970’s white gold setting surrounds the bezel set. The ring is crafted in platinum with a sweet milgrain design.

Vintage Bezel Set Emerald Engagement Ring

This lovely oval emerald ring features a Columbian emerald of 0.40 carat weight which is bezel set and surrounded by 12 round diamonds of the weight 0.36 carats. The mounting of the ring is of the 1980’s 14 kt yellow gold. The low profile setting of the ring makes it easy to wear.

Bezel Set Cartier Wedding Ring

This ring features eight bezel set white round diamonds. They weigh about 0.25 carats and are with F color. It is crafted in 18 kt white gold and is very difficult to find.

Antique Solitaire Engagement Ring

This engagement ring features a beautiful transitional cut diamond with a weight of 0.30 carat. It has a hexagonal setting. The 1920’s Art Deco filigree open work setting in 18K white gold is stunning.

Those who love vintage rings can go for any of these rings. Among the many vintage rings available in the market, the ones with a bezel setting are preferable because of its incomparable beauty and appealing appearance. Also the Bezel setting of the ring gives protection to the gemstone by enclosing it from all sides and avoiding any chipping and breaking.

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