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Are you in love with the idea of a vintage sapphire and diamond engagement ring and find yourself haunting antique shops and estate sales to find the perfect one? Search no more! James Allen has an
amazing selection of vintage-style engagement rings that you can customize with a diamond at your price point. So if you are not opposed to a brand new ring with vintage flair, follow along and see how to customize your own future heirloom at James Allen.
A Vintage Setting with Milgrain Details
I love the look of a vintage milgrain setting with alternating marquise sapphires and round diamonds in the band. This classic look can be customized with almost any shape and size diamond. Click to see this setting at James Allen and you’ll see one buyer set it with a sapphire center stone! Here it is with a 1 carat round diamond coming in right at $5,000!
What makes this ring better than vintage? The matching wedding band with alternating stones which you can get at exactly the right size to fit your finger! See it here.
A Tacori-Like Setting with Sapphire Sidestones
The ring above is a perfect example of what I love about James Allen. This Floral Scroll setting in 14kt white gold is not pictured on their site as a sapphire engagement ring, but they will customize it for you if that’s what you want! If you click to their site, you’ll see that some shopper customized it with sapphire side stones, while one picked a sapphire as the center stone. (See it here).
A Half Moon Setting with Sidestones
To me, nothing says vintage glamour like an art deco setting with half moon sidestones. If that’s your idea of a good time, too, take a look at this stunner. A bezel set round diamond is surrounded by a diamond halo outside of which two half moon sapphires are surrounded by their own diamond halos. Click through to James Allen’s website to see the full 360 on this so you don’t miss the pave shank.
Oh, and here’s the back view.
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Love these settings? Visit JamesAllen.com to shop all of their vintage-style engagement rings.
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