10.04.2011

: bliss : antique wedding rings













Have you ever marveled at the craftsmanship and uniqueness of jewelry created long ago? Ever admire the don't-make-it-like-they-used-to charm of bygone eras? I certainly have. 

If you are looking for a wedding ring, and you don't want to go with a style that everyone else has, or has seen before, why not consider an antique ring? You may find one out there calling your name....

9 comments:

Kellie Collis said...

This is fabulous! Enjoy the beautiful day, Kellie xx

Kim Grey said...

Great to see you, Kellie!

Bobaloou said...
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Bobaloou said...

Thank you so much for any help you might give on the last image source. My wife has flipped over the setting and we had agreed when married to reset her ring. She deserves the best and I love the setting too.....I just went through a 6 month lay off and now that I have a good job I seek to return a token of what she went through and in some way let her have a little enjoyment. Her diamond is a near perfect stone and would fit the setting quite well. Thanks again for any help. The image is the last setting on this blog page. I am forever in your debt. Bobaloou

Kim Grey said...

Hi Bobalou,

Thank you so much for looking at my blog. The credit for the last image is rubylane.com.

By the way, you can find image source info by holding your arrow over the photo/ image. The info will display in the bottom left corner of your browser (if you are using a PC not Mac). I must admit, I was not very good about showing sources on this blog, but I always give credit on my new blog, lamb and blonde, whenever possible.

Best wishes to you and your wife! I hope you will find a beautiful ring for her, and I wish you both many years of happiness together.

Have a lovely day!

Lady_TC said...

Can u help me with the source info for the 4th ring?

Kim Grey said...

The source for the 4th ring is antiqueengagementrings.com.

I believe that the ring was a replica of an art deco style ring.

Kim Grey said...

The sources for each ring image are as follows:

1 - bluediamondring-s.com
2 - shop.erstwhilejewelry.com
3 - weddingandrings. com
4 - antiqueengagementrings.com
5 - (unknown)
6 - jewelry.1stdibs.com
7 - diamondringsite.net
8 - blackdiamondengagamentring-s.com
9 - top10jewelryshop.blogspot.com
10 - rubylane.com

You can see more antique/ vintage rings at my Pinterest wedding board at http://pinterest.com/kimgrey/bliss/

Jessica James said...

Such a lovely collections of original art deco rings! I am also collecting vintage jewelry myself and what you have here looks really gorgeous. Nice post