Saturday, July 2, 2011

Bring Out a Billion Dollar Smile with a Vintage Wedding Band

Jewelry has been known to man from a very long time. Prior to the discovery of precious metals man used the naturally available product like shells to fulfill desire for jewelry. Any jewelry which had been able to sustain the pressures of time and tides of fashion is termed as vintage and vintage rings have lot of prominence to this day. The relentless pursuit for perfection has brought many news designs and designers yet the ones which were popular during an era have remained as the favorite till date. The jewelry which was made during 1920 to 1950's is known as vintage jewelry and is still able to attract customers. The volume of customers seeking the product has turned it into a profitable business. Most of the jewelry of the period was handcrafted.


Every vintage ring is unique as there is no duplication of design and they come in a curious combination of bold design coupled with delicate carvings.

They are mostly found in silver, gold 18k and 14k, platinum and white gold. Some of them are studded with diamonds, topaz, sapphires with an array of other precious and semi-precious stones. One finds rings with pearls too. The price of the ring is dependent on the kind of metal and the stone studded. Not all are expensive as there are some which are low in price. Whatever is the metal or the price, they are all crafted with equal care and assiduousness. Women have taken it as pride to have a piece or two of the vintage jewelry in their chest of jewels.


One can also choose for a wide collection of beautiful silver vintage rings.

They are as gorgeous as any other ring. They are filled with carvings and delicate filigree work which is an eye catcher.


There are a few captivating pieces in the vintage collection of wedding bands too. It would be a dream come true for a bride to have a vintage wedding band placed on her finger as a mark of love and bonding. There cannot be a better way to please the lady love. The ring finger on the left hand is thought to be the nearest to the heart and the vintage wedding ring on the finger is equally dear. The bands are beautiful and delicate looking like the bond that the bride and the groom are about to experience. They are embarking on a new journey and what could be better than to start it with a vintage ring to mark it. One can easily get swept away by the beauty of these pieces and would want to buy them all.


It is impossible to miss a curious band made from gold and silver. It consists of two rings, one in gold and the other in silver. They are bound together with a twine which has lot of carvings on it. There are many other heart stealers which are equally good looking. Two stands twirled together is one which would strike in the collection.

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1 comment:

  1. I love the combination of silver and gold in vintage wedding bands. In general, I love everything that is vintage, but for weddings, it's even more meaningful to me because it gives everything a unique style.