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Celebrity Engagement Rings

One of the first things everyone wants to know when a celebrity gets engaged are details about their ring. Whether it’s designer clothes, opulent vacations, or 5-star meals, extravagance is the standard lifestyle for any celebrity—and their jewelry is no exception. Although many celebrities collaborate with world-renowned jewelers to create one-of-a-kind rings, many celebrity engagement rings are influenced by popular vintage eras and closely resemble antique styles.

At Trumpet & Horn, our collection of unique vintage engagement rings not only ensure premium cuts, carats, and styles, but consist of designs that are reminiscent of Hollywood’s leading ladies’ rings. Narrowing down favorite celebrity rings is no easy task, so we compiled a list of ten stunning engagement rings and matched them with exclusive Trumpet & Horn styles. Browse our collection to find gorgeous engagement rings styles that have inspired your favorite celebrities and see how you can wear your own personal version of their look.

Scarlett Johansson

There’s no mistaking Scarlett Johansson for another actress. As a modern day icon, there are very few actresses who can match her on-screen smolder and level of talent. That’s why it’s no surprise that Scarlett’s fiance popped the big question with an awe-striking engagement ring.


Scarlett’s Art Deco ring features three white rose cut diamonds aligned vertically, with the center stone weighing in at 2 carats and the two remaining stones at 1.5 carats each. While Scarlett’s exact ring is difficult to duplicate, Pembrook is an Art Deco ring with Retro-era metals circa 1935.

This celebrity inspired engagement ring is perfect for a diamond lover who swoons over pieces from the early 20th century. The delightfully timeless navette style ring has 18k and 14k white gold, and features nine old European cut and single cut diamonds totalling 0.5 carats in weight.

Kate Middleton

There was a lot of speculation about what her Royal Highness, Kate Middleton, would wear on her finger. When she finally revealed her engagement ring, many people were already familiar with the famous 18-carat, oval cut sapphire. In fact, it was the same ring that Princess Diana wore many years before during her engagement to Prince Charles. Like many of the vintage pieces at Trumpet & Horn, Kate Middleton’s ring has a rich history.

Prince William chose the ring as a memento of his mother and as a symbol of his love for Kate Middleton. Princess Diana popularized sapphire engagement rings because she chose her ring out of an array of diamond rings presented to her by Prince Charles.

long grove

There are many options when it comes to celebrity inspired engagement rings, but if Kate’s ring is the one that makes you heart flutter, then Long Grove is for you. This awe-inspiring ring is an authentic, Edwardian platinum piece circa 1915. It features a cushion cut sapphire that totals over four carats and highlights the elegant, deep-blue stone. There are fourteen old European cut diamonds that create a halo around the sapphire, along with a scalloped-edge platinum band embellished with milgraining. The chevron details on the shoulders make this ring fit for a queen.

Lady Gaga

The monster loving singer is known for her outrageous fashion choices and larger-than-life stage persona. If you expect Lady Gaga’s engagement ring to be just as over-the-top as she is, then you would be right. Featuring a very feminine and romantic design, Lady Gaga’s heart-shaped engagement ring was designed by Lorraine Schwartz, a renowned jeweler to the stars. The gorgeous heart is estimated to weigh around six carats and has an extra special engraving along the back of the band, which reads, “T ❤ S.” This stands for Taylor loves Stefani, Lady Gaga’s real name.


Celebrity inspired engagement rings give you the style you want without making a large dent in your wallet. While you can’t put a price on love, Lady Gaga’s ring costs around $400,000—for a much more conventional price tag, you can still have an extraordinary ring.

Trumpet and Horn’s Lakeridge ring boasts a heart-shaped aquamarine stone that substitutes a diamond. In addition to sharing a similar size as Lady Gaga’s diamond, the Lakeridge also has round cut diamonds on both sides that adds a unique flair. It’s a beautifully authentic mid-century ring circa 1950 with a talon prong setting.

Blake Lively

Well known for her roles on Gossip Girl and Age of Adeline, Blake Lively is equally famous for her fashion choices. Ryan Reynolds accentuated Blake’s elegant style with a six carat diamond engagement ring that complements her regal, yet sexy style. What makes this oval cut diamond so extraordinary is the rare pink stone.

Pink diamonds are highly valued for the mystery behind their deeply entrancing color. While other diamonds get their blue color from traces of boron or green color from radiation  displacing carbon atoms, it’s still unclear how pink diamonds are formed.

grace bolinas bay

Another stunning design from Lorraine Schwartz, Blake Lively’s 12 carat engagement ring is further distinguished by the thin rose gold band paved with diamonds. At Trumpet & Horn, we carry several variations on celebrity inspired engagement rings that resemble Blake Lively’s pink gem. Our favorites from our collection  are the whimsical Grace and the bold Bolinas Bay.

The Grace, from the Claire Pettibone Fine Jewelry Collection, is a stunning 18k rose gold ring with a 1.83 carat, oval faceted, pink-lavender kunzite stone. Ten bezel-set, round brilliant cut diamonds frame the top and bottom of the stone, each detailed with delicate milgraining. Flowers and petals, set with pink sapphires and tsavorite garnets, adorn the sides of the ring, making it a uniquely romantic design. This ring is a gorgeous alternative to Blake Lively’s.

The Bolinas Bay is a Modern-era ring circa 1980 and is set in yellow gold with an oval cut pink sapphire and two flanking round cut diamonds totalling 1.4 carats. The pink sapphire originates from Madagascar and has been authentically certified as an unheated, natural color. Similar to Blake Lively’s engagement ring, the Bolinas Bay ring is a beautiful and understated design.

Eva Longoria

Eva is known for her sexy, feisty characters on television—and her engagement ring is just as bold as her roles. Her gorgeous ring features a large ruby gemstone estimated at about 4 carats and is surrounded by 14 diamonds, a design reminiscent of many Edwardian era rings.

orchard park

Much like Eva Longoria’s ring, Trumpet & Horn’s Orchard Park showcases a lovely ruby from Burma. Ten old European cut diamonds surround the .79 carat ruby, giving the appearance of a flower in bloom. This Edwardian era ring details 14k gold with a petal inspired shank, which adds to the impression of a delicate blossom.

Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian frequently wears Lorraine Schwartz jewelry on the red carpet; therefore, it makes sense that Kanye West sought Lorraine for guidance in creating the perfect engagement ring for his reality star bride. Considered Kim’s eclipsing personality, her 15-carat, cushion cut diamond engagement ring boasts the clarity of the stone and is flawless.

The sizable center stone with tiny diamonds along the band is estimated to have cost between four and five million dollars. At Trumpet & Horn, you can find an alternative to Kim Kardashian’s ring, and other celebrity inspired engagement rings, at affordable prices without sacrificing beauty or quality.


Get a ring similar to Kim Kardashian’s with the Art Deco Waterville cocktail ring. This step cut aquamarine gemstone is reminiscent of clear waters and is over two and a half carats. Featuring a simple four-prong setting, the 18k white gold band is adorned with hand engraving that is meant to give the impression of diamonds set along the band.

Mariah Carey

With her diva reputation and decades-long career as an actress and a singer, Mariah Carey’s engagement ring is out of this world. The impossible-to-miss diamond is the largest on our list at 35 carats! With an extravagant piece like Mariah’s, it’s no wonder that celebrity inspired engagement rings are so popular. Her emerald cut white diamond features baguette cut diamonds on either side and is rumored to cost around 10 million dollars.


Though Mariah Carey’s ring may be unattainably expensive, Trumpet & Horn’s Celine is a beautiful, vintage-inspired ring from the Claire Pettibone collection that similarly mirrors the singer’s extravagant piece. Although it trades in size for the luxurious French embroidery embellishments, the Art Deco emerald cut diamond totals over 1.5 carats and features nine round brilliant cut diamonds surrounding the center stone.

Ashlee Simpson

The former singer and actress’ ring features many traditional elements—white diamonds, gold, and platinum—but Ashlee Simpson’s fiance made it a point to choose a ring that was extremely unique and evocative of love, romance, and beauty.

Ashlee Simpson’s Neil Lane engagement ring includes smaller diamonds, as opposed to a single center stone. Her 5-carat engagement ring has 140 white diamonds, including a larger center diamond surrounded by an array of breathtaking red rubies. Celebrity inspired engagement rings are a great resource because they showcase remarkable features and distinguished designs.


At Trumpet & Horn, we carry rings that feature diamonds, ruby, gold, and the intriguing navette shape. Our Prairie ring is an antique, Victorian-era piece with an oval cut ruby weighing almost 1 carat. It is further highlighted by 16 rose cut diamonds and 18k gold detailing.

Olivia Wilde

Olivia Wilde has captured hearts all over the world since her days on The O.C., and even managed to conquered the heart of comedian and actor, Jason Sudeikis. Olivia Wilde’s engagement ring is a remarkable, yet reserved design that matches her bright green eyes.

Unlike many other celebrity engagement rings, which highlight large diamonds and excessive detailing, Olivia Wilde’s ring features a round diamond surrounded by an emerald halo and a simple, thin gold band. It has an estimated size of 3 carats.

red roof

Red Roof is one of our celebrity inspired engagement rings that may actually be more detailed than the ring it resembles. Designed in France circa 1940, this ring has a 12 stone, ruby gem halo instead of its emerald counterpart. The design also has a cultured, cream-colored pearl in place of a diamond. The yellow gold band has elegant leaf hallmarks on the shoulders and the setting is accentuated with milgraining along the edges.

Rebecca Romijn

Rebecca Romijn’s ring is a ray of sunshine. It features a round cut, yellow diamond and a yellow gold band. The radiant six-carat diamond was originally set in a simple gold band and worn with a set of stackable rings. However, during Rebecca Romijn’s pregnancy, she had the ring resized and completely redesigned.

Her yellow diamond now has a unique new feature—it dangles from a thinner gold band. Rebecca Romijn was famous for stating, “Having something dangling from your finger is sexy.” If you feel the same way, then our vintage-inspired Tiara ring is for you.

The Tiara has a delightful, pear shaped diamond that seems as if it dangles from the diamond-studded shoulders of the band. Along with the seventeen diamonds on the ring, an additional four round brilliant cut diamonds sit like a crown atop the piece. The Tiara is available in yellow gold, platinum, and rose gold.


You don’t have to be famous to have a ring custom designed. Trumpet & Horn creates vintage and antique inspired rings that can be made specifically for you. We also have a large selection of celebrity inspired engagement rings to kindle your imagination and incite your passion. Visit Trumpet & Horn today to find the perfect engagement ring.

Vintage Engagement Rings June 21

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Our favorite vintage engagement rings are...


Stratton is a charming and authentic Retro era (circa 1940) 18k yellow gold ring featuring a unique combination of stones. The ring centers an Oval natural emerald gauged at approximately 0.50ct exhibiting a lovely understated green color. Stratton is further accented with an oval shaped halo of nine Round Faceted white sapphires totaling approximately 0.75ct in weight, mimicking the look and presence of diamonds without the price tag. The ring is finished with an 18k yellow gold shank that slightly tapers towards the shoulders and is currently a size 6.25 and can be sized to fit.


Tahoe is a show-stopping and authentic Victorian era (circa 1870) platinum topped 14k yellow gold cluster style engagement ring. This antique halo centers a bezel set Old Mine Cut diamond gauged at approximately 1.00ct, graded K-L color and VS2 clarity. A glittering halo of sixteen Rose Cut diamonds, totaling approximately 0.50ct, surround the center stone which is bordered by a thin platinum edge. Tahoe is finished with decadent hand engraved milgrained edges throughout and a 14k yellow gold shank that tapers towards the base of the ring. Please keep in mind the center diamond was not removed from the setting for certification, so the diamond carat, color and clarity has been estimated. The ring is currently a size 6.25 and can be sized to fit.

Colored Gemstone Sale!


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Happy summer, vintage lovers! We're so excited to kick off our favorite season of the year, and are celebrating by bringing you an amazing sale! From now through July 20th, take 15% off ALL rings with colored gemstones. Discount automatically applied at checkout, simply add the ring to your cart! Sale excludes colored diamonds. Sale ends July 20 at 12pm PST.

Happy Shopping!

Why You Need A Vintage Engagement Ring


We teamed up with Style Me Pretty, the authority on all things bridal, to share why we love vintage rings so much, and our best advice for finding the perfect one! Head on over to Style Me Pretty to read the article, or check out the highlights below!

Here are the top five reasons we love vintage and antique engagement rings:

  1. They are eco-friendly.
  2. They are conflict-free.
  3. They can be less expensive.
  4. They are one-of-a-kind.
  5. They are works of art.

And our best pieces of advice are...

  1. Set a budget & shop within it.
  2. Ask a lot of questions!
  3. Make sure there's a flexible exchange & return policy.
  4. If you're shopping online, make sure you get free shipping and returns!
  5. Try rings on in person if you can, just to get an idea of style and then search for that style online to get the most options.

The article is just oozing with advice, so make sure you head on over to Style Me Pretty to check it all out!

Finding a Substitute for the Diamond Ring

Vintage Diamond Engagement Ring | Louvre

Over the years, diamonds have become a ubiquitous symbol of eternal love. Due to the overwhelming symbolism associated with diamonds, they are now the traditional choice for wedding rings. However, it may come as a surprise that diamond rings weren’t always so popular. In fact, during the early 20th century, diamonds and engagement rings were a luxury that only the elite and very wealthy were able to afford.

The Rise of the Diamond

It will probably come as a surprise to no one that diamond sales steadily declined during the Great Depression. In 1938, De Beers, a company with a leading role in diamond exploration and mining, began an extensive campaign to increase the popularity of diamonds among women in America. In an effort to add sentimental value to the stone again, the “Diamonds Are Forever” campaign was born. De Beers aired commercials convincing women of the notion that diamonds are essential for love. They even lent jewels to celebrities like Marilyn Monroe for special occasions to help increase exposure and promote sales.


The New Classic

Following the implementation of their advertising campaign, De Beers succeeded in popularizing the diamond engagement ring as the standard choice for brides-to-be. The solitaire diamond ring was especially popular during the 1940s and 1950s. Some of the other rings De Beers promoted included the eternity band and the three stone ring.


The Franklin ring is a clear example of a piece that would have been favored during the Retro era. With a round brilliant cut diamond almost a carat in size, this solitaire would have been the highlight of a De Beers commercial circa 1940.

While the De Beers campaign made diamond engagement rings an essential part of any couple’s relationship, there are many alternatives that are equally symbolic of everlasting love. It may be difficult to stray from the traditional diamond engagement ring, but other gemstones, simpler bands, vintage diamond engagement rings, and crest rings should always be considered as options.

Other Stones

While they have become prototypical over the last few centuries, diamonds weren’t always the most popular choice for wedding rings. For example, the emerald was relatively prominent during the Victorian era, and sapphires and aquamarines were well-favored throughout the Edwardian era. At Trumpet & Horn, we are proud of our non-traditional and vintage diamond engagement rings that substitute diamonds for other precious gems.


Emeralds have gained acceptance throughout history as an esteemed and favored stone. During the Roman empire, soldiers and pregnant women wore them to ensure their health and well-being. During the Victorian era, Queen Victoria helped to popularize emeralds, as she wore her birthstone for many occasions and amassed a following of those who sought to imitate her fashion choices. More recently, emeralds have been showcased in many vintage diamond engagement rings.


Evergreen, an authentically vintage Art Deco ring, circa 1925, is a prime example of an emerald’s everlasting brilliance. This stunning emerald stone is step cut to show its flawless composition. The 0.80 carat stone is bezel set along with four other baguette cut diamonds. The platinum band, currently a unique choice, makes this ring the epitome of alternative engagement rings.


Garnets have been admired for thousands of years. Egyptian pharaohs were mummified with garnet necklaces hung around their necks and traces of garnet signet rings have been found in ancient Roman sites as well.

Though there are many myths about the origin of garnets, the most regarded one stems from the Greek myth of Persephone and Hades. The god of the underworld had fallen in love and captured young Persephone. After his crime was discovered and he was forced to release her, he slipped the food of the underworld into her mouth to ensure her return. His chosen food was the pomegranate—a fitting symbol for the goddess of spring.

The origin of the word “garnet” is from the Latin word for seed, “granatus.” Much like the crimson of the pomegranate seeds, garnets are usually a deep red color. While the most popular shades of garnet are deep red and purple, they naturally come in a variety of other shades, including pink, green, brown, and orange.

Most red stones like the garnet are considered to be symbols of passion, love, and romance. As a result of this superstition, garnets are the ideal vintage diamond engagement ring to represent the love of a newly married couple. An example of the stunning beauty of garnet rings is Ponus Ridge from the 1980s.


This modern day ring has an oval cut, purple-hued garnet that weighs just under half a carat. With the bold garnet as the focus and centerpiece, baguette cut diamonds on the 18 karat band embellish and accentuate the violet gem. Ponus Ridge was designed by the famous English jewelry company, Hennell of Bond Street, and includes English Hallmarks on the inside of the shank.


A pale stone with a blue hue, aquamarine is tied to countless tales and legends. Aquamarine has historically been coined as the stone of the sea, and ancient myths dictate that mermaid tails were composed of this precious stone. Believing the stone had protective powers, superstitious sailors venturing through the Mediterranean would bring aquamarine stones on long journeys. The stone was also believed to ward off fear and protect against sea sickness.

Today, aquamarine is believed to bring faithfulness, friendship, and happiness to couples. Aquamarine has become associated with such qualities as harmony, trust, and hope.


Any vintage diamond engagement ring can be reimagined and reformed with a colorful stone. Our favorite aquamarine ring is Brigitte, a vintage-inspired piece from the Claire Pettibone collection. Influenced by French embroidery with a hint of striking Art Deco symmetry, the ring has an airy and delicate touch. The sparkling round brilliant cut diamonds make the Step Cut aquamarine stand out.


The word opal is derived from the Sanskrit word, ‘upala,’ which means precious stone. Prized by many cultures, this stone was believed to have been discovered over 4,000 years ago. The ancient Greeks believed that opals were the tears of Zeus, imbuing them with religious significance. The shifting colors beneath its lustrous surface compelled the Greeks to believe that opals could be used to prophesy the future.

The Aboriginal tribes in South Australia also gave the opal great significance. In fact, they centered their creation myth around the opal. They believed that the Creator descended to Earth on a rainbow—and where the rainbow touched the ground, rocks and pebbles glittered in its many colors.

The ancient Romans also wore opals, but instead as a symbol of hope and purity. For them, opals were considered a sign of fidelity and were believed to ward off diseases.


At Trumpet & Horn, we have an obsession with opals. We love the variety of our vintage diamond engagement rings that feature opals, including the Archcliffe. Our love for opals stems from the variety of colors encased beneath their surface. Much like the stunning opal in Archcliffe, many opals even have a rainbow-like appearance. The oval opal cabochon in the ring emerged from Australia and is surrounded by 1.6 carats of diamonds. This gorgeous, authentic Victorian era ring is bold reminder of the magic of an opal.

Vintage Instead of Diamond

New engagement rings are exciting in that you may be the first owner of the diamond ring. However, not only are many styles often mass produced, new rings lack the history and tradition that distinguish vintage engagement rings.

Vintage diamond engagement rings are ideal for women who want diamonds, but also want their rings to be unique. Since each piece is impossible to identically replicate, rings were not traditionally mass produced, but rather handmade by a master craftsman. Perhaps even more valuable than the originality of these rings is the rich history behind them—your own story supplements its growing sentimental value.

The Different Eras

There have been different eras of jewelry over the years, each with its own unique characteristics. Discover your favorite jewelry style by examining the epitome from the Victorian, Edwardian, and the Art Deco eras.

Victorian Era

Most of the 1800s is referred to as the Victorian era and is known for its three periods: Romantic, Grand, and Aesthetic. The Romantic period, which covers the early years of Queen Victoria’s reign and her marriage to Prince Albert, is known for its sentimental, passionate, and lighthearted pieces, which are distinguished by floral motifs. The Grand period covers the time following Prince Albert’s death and is characterized by somber and dark designs. Queen Victoria’s period of mourning is demarcated by the transition from flowery, colorful jewelry to black, cameo pieces. The Aesthetic period follows the conclusion of Queen Victoria’s melancholy mourning for her husband and revives more colorful pieces.


Harbor Island, with its floral design, distinct diamond cuts, and use of colorful stone, showcases some of the themes most associated with the Victorian era. Reminiscent of an aster, this ring features one of Prince Albert’s favorite gems—the opal. This vintage diamond engagement ring has a cabochon fire opal almost a full carat in size and is surrounded by a halo of ten Old Mine Cut diamonds.

Edwardian Era

The era following Queen Victoria’s reign is termed the Edwardian era. This short lived period aligns with the reign of King Edward Vll and officially spans from 1901 to 1915. Jewelry from this era is known for its ethereal lightness and intricate design work. Diamonds and platinum were essential and many pieces feature lace-like designs.


A brilliant example of an Edwardian piece is the Westland, which comprises a study of elaborate scrolls and swirls. The Westland ring expresses that diamond vintage engagement rings can be extraordinary when gold and platinum are paired. Set with seven old European cut diamonds, this Edwardian ring is the perfect alternative for the traditional diamond ring.

Art Deco

The period between 1915 to 1935 is known as the Art Deco era. Design elements from this era can be seen in jewelry, art, and even architecture. Geometric shapes, line work, symmetry, and bold colors were featured in rings and other pieces during this time.


Madison Square showcases nearly all of the elements of the Art Deco period. Inspired by cubism, a gorgeous emerald cut diamond sits in the center of the ring and is surrounded by sixteen calibre-cut green emeralds. Another twenty-four old European cut diamonds are spread through the symmetrical detailing of this vintage diamond engagement ring.

Crest Rings


A crest offers a very unique alternative to a traditional engagement ring. These pieces are typically embedded with engaging and noteworthy stories. A crest, or signet, ring usually features a noble family’s coat of arms and was used to seal important documents. These rings stamped wax seals and authenticated letters and packages.

Crest rings are great options for both men and women, and can even be designed for a truly unique family heirloom. Trumpet & Horn’s vintage-inspired 14k Gold Lion Crest Ring features the classic design of an engraved prancing lion. The Charing Cross ring is another vintage-inspired creation with a small diamond surrounded by an engraved star. A floral design and scrolling pattern on the shoulders of the ring add unique and intricate details.

A Simple Band

While intricate engagement rings have recently become the norm, humble bands have been exchanged as a symbol of love for over 5,000 years. At Trumpet & Horn, we love vintage diamond engagement rings, but also recognize that sometimes a simple band is the most meaningful expression of love.


In many cultures, the circle represents eternity. In ancient Egypt and Rome, bands made of reeds, grass, leather, and bone were exchanged between newlyweds. Since these materials didn’t last very long, men and women began to exchange rings made of more expensive and reliable materials to convey a longer lasting commitment. The stone in the center of an engagement ring evolved from rings with holes in them. The hole of a ring was considered a gateway that would eventually lead to a more prosperous future.

While ring materials and stones have changed and evolved over the years, the historical significance of the ring has remained. Though wearing wedding bands have been traditional in many European countries, they are re-emerging as a great alternative to excessive diamond rings. Trumpet & Horn offers a selection of bands that are optimal for couples who desire a simple representation of their love or for a bride who requests a band to complement her vintage diamond engagement ring.

The Everlasting Tradition of A Ring

Proposing with a ring is a custom that has been passed down for centuries; only recently have diamonds become a significant aspect of that tradition. For women seeking an alternative to a diamond engagement ring, Trumpet & Horn has a varied selection of styles and stones. Simple bands, crest rings, vintage diamond engagement rings, or rings with other stones. Find your dream ring today at Trumpet & Horn.

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Collaborator Spotlight: Jake + Heather

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Photography: Jake + Heather | Florals: Kelly Perry of Philosophy Flowers | Planning: Stephanie Scholl Events | Gown & Shoes: BHLDN | Hair & Makeup: LULA Hair & Makeup | Vows: Bluestocking Calligraphy | Ribbon: Adorn Company

To see more shots of this incredibly romantic courthouse elopement (of a real couple!), head on over to Once Wed!

Vintage Engagement Rings: June 14

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Our favorite vintage engagement rings are...


Hawthrone is a dreamy and authentic Early Art Deco era (circa 1915) platinum ring that originally started out life as an antique earring. Trumpet & Horn added the impeccable handmade platinum shank. This vintage cluster ring centers a single bezel set Old European Cut diamond gauged at approximately 0.25ct and graded G-H color and VS clarity. A timeless halo of ten Single Cut and Old European Cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.20ct in weight surround the center diamond. Hawthorne is finished with a platinum shank delicately adorned with fluting along the shoulders. The ring is currently a size 6.25 and can be sized to fit. Please contact our concierge with sizing questions.


Isla Vista is a gorgeous and authentically vintage Victorian era (circa 1895) 14k rose gold solitaire ring. This classic antique engagement ring centers a six-prong set 1.75cts EGL certified Old European Cut diamond graded O-P color and VS2 clarity. The incredibly warm-toned diamond pairs nicely with the copper color of the rose gold, rounded shank. It is finished with an antique patina and subtle oxidization of the metal, creating a great vintage look that only can truly come with age. Isla Vista is currently a size 6.75 and can be sized to fit.

T&H Couple: Josephine & Kyle


A huge congratulations to our latest Trumpet & Horn couple, Josephine & Kyle! The two were engaged earlier this spring with our handcrafted vintage-inspired ring, Windom. Kyle knew that Josephine would want something refined and classically beautiful, so our Windom ring was the perfect choice for her. These lovebirds met while attending college ten years ago in California. They developed a fast and easy friendship, and while Kyle's feelings for her began to develop early on, Josephine enjoyed his company as a friend. After college, despite hundreds of miles between them, their friendship remained strong. During an unlikely meetup, Josephine admitted to Kyle that she had feelings for him all along, but was moving to New York. Kyle knew right away that he had to take a chance on love, and followed her to New York. His decision proved to be a good one, and the two fell in love and built an amazing relationship, strengthened by the foundation of years of friendship. Three and a half years later, Kyle planned a special trip to upstate New York to spend a weekend in the Catskills — a place that had become very meaningful for them. Here is his sweet account of their perfect weekend:

I planned the whole weekend and gave her these little activity cards with poems telling her what we were doing every step of the way. On Saturday evening, just before sunset, we left the cute rustic Deer Mountain Inn (where we were staying) and took a hike to the top of a nearby hill.
As we got to the top, overlooking the valley, there was a little wooden hut that was decorated in flowers, balloons, and candles that we walked to. Also waiting for her up there was the final activity card, asking her if she would marry me.
She said yes!

Congratulations again! We are so thrilled that we could be part of your forever story! ♥

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Collaborator Spotlight: Rebecca Yale













Photography: Rebecca Yale Photography | Floral Design: The Bloom of Time | Wedding Dress: Watters | Shoes: Oscar De La Renta | Catering: Mercato LA | Makeup: Nicol Artistry | Calligraphy: Jill Velez | Crop Top Dress + V Neck Bridesmaids Dress (Gold): Reem Acra | Crown: Heart of Gold Designs | Hair Pieces + Robe: Twigs & Honey | Hair Styling: Tammy Yi | Iron Chair Rentals: Toast Party Rentals | Long Sleeve Bridal Gown: Monique Lhuillier | Planner + Designer: Taryn Leach Events | Rentals: Archive Vintage Rentals | Sweets Table: Smoky Hollow Baking | Tabletop Rentals and Styling: Dish Wish

To see more fabulous shots from this romantic wedding inspiration, head on over to Style Me Pretty!

Vintage Engagement Rings June 7

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Our favorite vintage engagement rings are...


Foxcroft is a splendid Modern era (circa 1980) 14k yellow gold ring. This dreamy engagement ring centers an Australian Cabochon Oval opal measuring 9.13mm x 7.10mm weighing exactly 1.37ct and exhibiting a stunning array of rainbow play-of-color. The center opal is flanked on either side by six Round Brilliant Cut diamonds, set on each side in a triangular motif with a total approximate weight of 0.10ct. Foxcroft is finished with a 14k yellow gold polished shank that tapers inwards along the shoulders. The ring is currently a size 7 and can be sized to fit.


Marlyville is a truly show-stopping Retro era (circa 1940) engagement ring. This platinum topped 14k rose gold beauty centers a 1.98ct GIA certified Old European Brilliant Cut diamond graded O-P color and VS1 clarity. The warm diamond is nestled inside a prong-set octagonal shaped frame. The ring is flanked on either side by six Single Cut diamonds set within crescent shaped accents totaling approximately 0.06ct in weight. This unbelievable ring is a truly special example of retro design and we are proud to offer it in our collection! Marlyville is currently a size 6 and can be sized to fit.

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Shipping charges are FREE for all purchases. We ship all Trumpet & Horn jewelry UPS Overnight Shipping fully insured, signature required. While we always ship our jewelry UPS Overnight, funds must clear into our account before we will ship your package out. Depending on your bank and method of payment, this typically takes anywhere from 2 - 5 business days after your order is placed. Once we receive payment, your package will be shipped.

If payment clears before 3PM PST, you will receive your package the next day. Additionally, any order that would be ready to ship Friday-Sunday will be delayed until the following Monday (for delivery on Tuesday) to insure that the package is properly insured. Please make sure an adult (21 or over) is available to sign for the package when it arrives. Alternatively, you may choose to hold the package for pickup at a UPS location instead.

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Finding the perfect vintage ring can be a challenge, but the Trumpet & Horn concierge service is here to help! Whether you're looking for a vintage engagement ring or adding to your own jewelry collection, our concierge will help you find exactly what you've been searching for.

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