Vintage & Antique Engagement Rings
Our collection captures the splendor and charm of a bygone era. Many of the antique rings in our store feature unusual and fascinating stones, such as old mine-cut diamonds. We have diamonds in everything from rose-cut to european-cut to brilliant-cut, in many sizes. They are set in finely etched or engraved platinum, or 14K or 18K yellow or white gold settings that will take your breath away. One of M. Lowe & Company’s specialties is vintage engagement rings and wedding bands from the 1910’s, 20’s and 30’s.
Vintage & Antique Rings
Many of the rings in our antique collection have fascinating histories, some have mysterious pasts, but all of them are unique and all are beautiful. If you are searching for something elegant, opulent or odd, a visit to our store is well worth your time.
Characters of History
We will never know the name of the jeweler who made a ring, but it’s clear from the style and great craftsmanship that he was creative and loved his job. Jewelers of every era have made rings that combine the fashion of the day with their own vision of beauty.
- Georgian Jewelry (1714-1837)
- Early Victorian, Romantic Jewelry (1837-1850)
- Mid-Victorian, Grand Jewelry (1860-1880)
- Late Victorian, Aesthetic Jewelry (1885-1900)
- Arts and Crafts Jewelry (1894-1923)
- Art Nouveau Jewelry (1895-1915)
- Edwardian Jewelry (1901-1910)
- Art Deco Jewelry (1920-1935)
- Retro Jewelry (1940s)
We carry many interesting and unusual pieces in our collection. In the naturalist style, this Art Nouveau necklace, circa 1930’s, with sapphires and natural pearls set in 14K yellow gold would make a perfect wedding necklace. A great piece for today’s society lady is our high Deco beautifully crafted platinum necklace with diamonds, emeralds and sapphires, circa 1920’s — really, Darling, you can’t go wrong.
Only at M. Lowe & Company…
We love history almost as much as we love jewelry. Visit us at the store to explore our full collection of vintage and antique jewelry. It includes many charming treasures like this Victorian slide bracelet and this 1850’s vermeil whistle. We also have colorful enamel butterflies from Norway, Art Nouveau bracelets, marcasite earrings, ancient Roman coins, cameos, and other wonderful things in our ever-changing collection.