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From The Great Gatsby to the wild days of jazz dancing, there’s something eternally romantic about the era—which is likely why the aesthetic of the Art Deco movement is still so popular almost a century later.

The Art Deco movement spread across the world from the 1910s through the 30s, but it reached its glittering popularity during the 20s. As flappers bobbed their hair, the swirling detailing of previous eras gave way to simpler (but no less extravagant) style. Ziggurats and sunbursts flourished as symbols and it seemed like everything was dripping in a layer of slick metalwork or precious gems.

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If you’re looking for a classic engagement ring that will stay in style for as long as your eternal love, consider one of these Art Deco beauties.

Art Deco Baguette Diamond Ring

Customize this vintage vibe engagement ring to your beloved’s desire. It can come in yellow gold, white gold, or trendy rose gold for a modern touch. The baguette-cut white diamonds are an understated homage to the Art Deco trend while a thin band ensures that the stones remain the starring attraction of this piece.

To buy: $1,499,

Diamond and Sapphire Engagement Ring

Bring some color into your engagement. This diamond and sapphire vintage number elevates the stones and puts each one on individual display. A sapphire border draws the eye to the 1.35-carat diamond at the center of the ring while simultaneously being a superb example of Art Deco geometry.

To buy: $14,200,

Van Cleef & Arpels Sonate Solitaire Platinum Engagement Ring

Talking about a stunner! This handmade platinum engagement ring is one-of-a-kind and its beautiful geometric design is reminiscent of the Art Deco period. The oval-cut ruby totally is the star of the show, of course. It weighs 2.14 carats and is accented by two tapered-cut diamonds on both sides. This is a piece that will surely be treasured for life.

To buy: $138,000,

Harry Winston Classic Winston Pear-Shaped Engagement Ring with Tapered Baguette Side Stones

This engagement ring has a more classic look with a nod to the Art Deco era thanks to the beautiful combination of three diamonds in different shapes. The delicate band has a simple, sleek design that makes the stunning pear-shaped diamond and two baguette-cut side ones really pop. You can customize the center stone starting from 1.00 carat.

To buy: $26,700,

Art Deco Style Marquise Diamond and Sapphire Halo Ring

This gorgeous engagement ring features an original art deco marquise-cut diamond accented by scissor-cut sapphires and three brilliant-cut diamonds on each side of the shoulders. It is a wonderful option for the bride-to-be who loves the signature geometric and contrasting shapes and hues of the art deco era.

To buy: $3,250,

Shreve, Crump & Low Art Deco Twin Marquise Diamond Engagement Ring

How stunning is this original “toi et Moi” engagement ring dating back to the 1920s? It is a one-of-a-kind piece that sports two marquise diamonds symbolizing the union, love, and devotion of two people. Each shoulder is set with four brilliant-cut diamonds in different sizes making the total weight of all diamonds on this stunner almost three carats.

To buy: $17,750,

Tiffany Soleste V Ring

This gorgeous platinum art deco-inspired wedding band would complement perfectly a marquise-cut engagement ring. It has a sleek design and is elegantly set with brilliant diamonds weighing a total of .17 carats.

To buy: $2,300,

Trumpet & Horn Sapphire Novato Engagement Ring

Trumpet & Horn’s Novato engagement ring was designed with Art Deco style in mind—the geometric shapes of the emerald-cut sapphire and baguette-cut diamonds are a signature feature of the roaring 20s. While this beauty is made from platinum you can also opt to have it made in yellow gold instead.

To buy: $5,500,

Art Deco Pink Sapphire and Diamond Ring

Pink sapphires over a carat are a rarity and this beautiful vintage platinum Art Deco ring sports one that weighs 1.8 carats. Two European-cut diamonds sit on each side of it bringing the total carat weight to 2.8. It is a simple yet unique design that will please the bride-to-be looking for an alternative to classic engagement ring designs.

To buy: $8,900,

Astteria London White Diamond Ring

This beautiful engagement ring in white gold has quite a unique design—the two-part band is V-shaped at the front and it’s set with brilliant-cut diamonds while the center two-carat pear-shaped diamond sits above it.

To buy: $19,210,

Art Deco Style Blue Sapphire Halo And Diamond Engagement Ring

This engagement ring really has everything the Art Deco period is famous for—the center brilliant-cut diamond together with the 16 blue sapphires creates such a dazzling contrast. The shank is set with six more brilliant diamonds accented by the milgrain detailing on the band. The ring is made from 18-karat white gold and features a total of 2.1 carats of precious stones.

To buy: $2,970,

DeBeers Classic Fancy Grey and White Pear-Shaped Diamond Ring

If you’d really like to go for a unique but classic Art Deco-inspired ring, look no further than this DeBeers one. It is one-of-a-kind thanks to its center pear-shaped diamond that has a natural grey color. Diamonds change their color when they come into contact with other chemical elements while they are being formed under the earth’s surface.

This fancy grey one weighs about 3.12 carats and it’s flanked by two pear-shaped white diamonds that really make its darker color pop.

To buy: $199,500,

Art Deco Baguette and Emerald Cut Diamond Ring

This classic vintage Art Deco wedding band looks just as stunning on its own as it would if you pair it with an emerald-cut engagement ring. The reason? It features about 3-carats worth of emerald and baguette-cut diamonds set in platinum.

To buy: $4,700,

Anna Sheffield Rosette Suite No. 21 Engagement Ring

This double-band engagement ring will please every bride-to-be with a unique sense of style. The main ring features a marquise-cut off-white diamond flanked by a halo of white diamonds set in 14-karat yellow gold. The second band, crafted in white gold, has a chevron shape and also sports nine brilliant-cut white diamonds. Together the two rings are the epitome of sophisticated opulence that the Roaring 20s are known for.

To buy: $5,300,


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