The 20’s Are In (The Roaring 20’s, That Is)
We’re seeing a trend in jewelry and engagement rings that is unprecedented. Brides are ditching the overused diamond ensemble and opting instead for an opulent alternative: art deco rings. They say it started with Penelope Cruz and Scarlett Johansson, but these regal and timeless designs have been worn on the likes of Elizabeth Taylor and Lucille Ball. In fact, it was Liz Taylor who started the sapphire craze in the early 50s, upon her engagement to Michael Wilding. Her stunning, deep blue sapphire was flanked by diamonds and certainly captivated the hearts of movie goers. Even Lucille Ball opted for a breathtaking aquamarine that was picked out by Desi Arnaz.
Something Borrowed From Time
Some brides are hesitant to do away with the traditional diamond–after all, diamonds are a girl’s best friend. That’s why we’ve curated a mesmerizing collection of vintage, art deco rings featuring a variety of precious stones and metals with diamond accents. You’ll have the glimmer and effervescence of the diamond, coupled with the luscious color of a precious gemstone. Whether there’s a particular gemstone that’s captured your heart, or you’d like to stay true to your birthstone, we have options that are elegant and sure to outshine any plain, traditional engagement rings.
Top Brides’ Picks
We offer the service of our master jewelers to create a custom design with your bride’s unique style in mind. Of the wide variety of precious gems we offer, there are a few that are chosen above the rest. They are:
A rare and eye catching gem that shifts from rich violet tones to deep, emerald ocean hues in both natural and artificial light.
- London Blue Topaz
At Gemiani, we are proud to offer settings featuring London blue topaz, a stone that is a sought after commodity not often found in stores. This
glamorous, subdued blue color is perfect for bride with wanderlust at heart. A fantastic take on the sapphire ring of Old Hollywood.
- White Topaz
White topaz has exploded onto the scene as an indistinguishable diamond alternative. This cost effective stone comes in brilliant princess and
round cuts, and is a wonderful option for brides with larger settings.
- Mystic Topaz
There is something about mystic topaz that’s so mysterious, so inviting. The treasured stone shimmers with purples, greens, reds, and blues at
every facet. Of all the gems we … Read the rest