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Vintage Engagement Rings: October 25

New Bond Street | Trumpet & Horn Kennoway | Trumpet & Horn Image Map

Winterplace | Trumpet & Horn Ravenstone | Trumpet & Horn Image Map

Braswell | Trumpet & Horn Shandwick | Trumpet & Horn Image Map

Our favorite vintage engagement rings are...


Kennoway is beautiful and authentic Edwardian era (cica 1915) sapphire and diamond ring. The original top of the ring was made in 9k white gold and silver and centers a four-prong set 2.16ct Round Cut light purplish-blue sapphire. The center stone is accompanied by a pending Guild Laboratories Certificate stating the stone is heated. A delicate halo of fourteen Old Mine Cut diamonds delightfully enhance the beauty of the main center sapphire, totaling approximately 0.60ct. The ring is finished with a 14k white gold shank that was most likely replaced in the 1930's. Kennoway is currently a size 6.5 and can be sized to fit most ring sizes. Please contact our concierge with sizing questions.


New Bond Street is an incredible example of Victorian era (circa 1890) craftsmanship and design. The 14k yellow gold vintage ring centers a 2.31ct EGL certified Old European Cut diamond graded J color and VS1 clarity. The bold center stone is surrounded by a decadent prong set halo of twelve Old Mine Cut diamonds totaling approximately 1.00ct in weight. New Bond Street is an amazing antique cluster ring with an immense presence on the hand. It is finished with a simple, slightly tapering shank and is currently a size 6.5 and can be sized to fit most ring sizes. Please contact our concierge with sizing questions.

Collaborator Spotlight: Bari Elexa Events











​Photographer: Olivia Richards Photography | Venue: Redwood Ridge Estate​ | Planning & Design: Bari Elexa | Floral Design: Paeonina | Hair & Makeup: Dreamcatcher Artistry | Invitation Suite: Good Heart Design | Baker: Honeycomb Desserts | Rentals: Archive Rentals | Votives: Glassy Baby | Board: If You Give A Girl A Saw | Dreamcatchers: Kirstin Bensen | Dress: Dean and Willow | Garter: The Garter Girl | Ring Box: The Mrs. Box | Model: Sierra

To see more of this fabulous wedding inspiration, head over to 100 Layer Cake!

Modern Wedding Bands: October 18

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Our favorite modern bands are...


Primrose is part of our exclusive Flower Shop, a blossoming collection of perfectly romantic and feminine modern engagement rings and wedding bands. Primrose is lovingly and newly-made in Los Angeles, utilizing eco-friendly manufacturing techniques and ethically sourced diamonds. Primrose could take up to four weeks for delivery.

Primrose is an amazing vintage-inspired 14k gold band featuring eighteen Round Brilliant Cut diamonds graduating in size and totaling exactly 0.16ct in weight. The ring is further accented with intricate engraving and finished with milgraining along the 14k gold edges. The ring is approximately 2.56mm on the top and tapers to 1.88mm at the base of the shank. Primrose can be ordered in any ring size. Please allow 4 weeks for delivery. The ring can be made in 14k rose gold, 14k yellow gold and 14k white gold. Select your preferred metal below.


Zinnia is part of our exclusive Flower Shop, a blossoming collection of perfectly romantic and feminine modern engagement rings and wedding bands. Zinnia is lovingly and newly-made in Los Angeles, utilizing eco-friendly manufacturing techniques and ethically sourced diamonds and emeralds. Zinnia could take up to four weeks for delivery.

Zinnia is a wonderful vintage-inspired 14k yellow gold band featuring a classic emerald and diamond combination. The ring is designed with six sections of a marquise shaped design studded with eighteen Round Brilliant Cut diamonds totaling 0.06ct in weight. Seven bezel set Round natural emeralds divide each diamond section totaling exactly 0.14ct in weight. Zinnia is finished with lovely milgrained edges and the design travels 3/4 the way around the band. Zinnia ranges from 2.24mm to 1.55mm in width and can be ordered in any ring size. Please allow 4 weeks for delivery. The ring can also be made in 14k rose gold and 14k white gold. Select your preferred metal below.

Trumpet & Horn is Hiring!



T&H is looking to add a meticulously organized Sales Assistant to our growing team!

About Trumpet & Horn: We’re a passionate team of jewelry nerds making things happen for couples in love all over the globe. With over 30 years of experience in the vintage jewelry industry, our owner started T&H in 2012 as an extension of his thriving wholesale business. Specializing in ethically sourced, eco-friendly vintage engagement rings and vintage ring reproductions, we complete approximately 90% of our sales online through our website,, and the rest in our Los Angeles showroom. You can learn more about our current team members here!

What we’re looking for: Our sales department is in need of some assistance running the T&H train from our HQ in downtown Los Angeles, & we’re looking for someone with immediate availability. This is a full-time, entry level position that will start as a temporary holiday position, and hopefully turn into a permanent position after engagement season comes to a close on Valentine’s Day. Our hours are typically Monday-Friday, 9:00AM- 4 or 5PM with occasional Saturday hours during engagement season.

This person will assist our sales team with:

  • Boxing up & shipping out rings to our fabulous customers
  • Dropping off & picking up ring sizings & repairs from our jewelers
  • Helping the sales team stay organized!
  • Chatting with customers on Live Chat & over the phone
  • Being the filing/calendar/spreadsheet person
  • Helping customers in the showroom
  • Running errands

Sound like fun? Here’s a few requirements our ideal candidate should have:

  • A college degree (all majors welcome)
  • 0-3 years of post-college job experience
  • Meticulous organization skills
  • Team player / team spirit!
  • Spreadsheet skills (Excel & Google Docs are a MUST)
  • Attention to detail
  • Trustworthiness / responsibility (you’ll be handling expensive jewelry!)
  • Ability to meet deadlines without being reminded
  • An awesome attitude
  • Interest in a sales career
  • Tech savvy-ness (is a plus)
  • Interest in jewelry (is a plus) & a willingness to learn
  • Two references upon request

This is a full-time position in our downtown Los Angeles office (next to Pershing Square). Our hours are typically Monday-Friday, 9:00AM- 4 or 5PM with occasional Saturday hours during engagement season (November 1 - February 14th). We can offer $13/hour to start plus bonus opportunities.

If this sounds like the job for you, please send your resume to, plus the following:

  • A very short statement of why you think you’re the right fit for this job :)
  • How did you hear about us?
  • Your Myers Briggs personality type (if you know it, this is not required!)
  • Your favorite gemstone
  • Tell us about the coolest spreadsheet you’ve ever made

We can’t wait to meet you!

The T&H Team

P.S. Trumpet & Horn is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer committed to attracting and retaining the best-qualified people available, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability or status as a veteran of the Armed Forces, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local law.

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Collaborator Spotlight: Common Dove Photography













Styling: Design Studio South & Tristan Needham | Venue: Studio Share Savannah | Decorations: Urban Outfitters | Florals: Colonial House of Flowers | Cake: The Happy Bloom | Dress: Ti Adora Bridal | Dress Boutique: Ivory & Beau | Accessories: Jaxie Bridal | Model: Natalie Butler | Paper: Emelyn Letters | HMU: Hair and Make Up By Haley Ann | Ring Box: West Elm

To see more photos from this fun & colorful shoot, head on over to the Common Dove photography blog

Introducing: The Flower Shop


Peony | Trumpet & Horn Orchid | Trumpet & Horn Image Map

Freesia Rose Gold | Trumpet & Horn Petunia | Trumpet & Horn Image Map

Hibiscus | Trumpet & Horn Iris | Trumpet & Horn Image Map

We are thrilled to announce the opening of The Flower Shop, where love's bounty blooms. The collection is truly romantic and feminine — the perfect compliment for a woman with modern elegance and taste. All of the rings are newly made in Los Angeles with ethically sourced gemstones and practices. Each ring is customizable to accommodate your budget, style and unique love. Visit the flower shop now!

Harper's Bazar Features Trumpet & Horn

Harper's Bazar Cunningham | Trumpet & Horn Hyperion | Trumpet & Horn Chadwick | Trumpet & Horn Image Map

To view more of this utterly breathtaking shoot, head over to Harper's Bazar!

Photography: Christian Oth | Gown: Luisa Beccaria | Antique Tiara circa 1850 & Gem necklace circa 1880: Stephen Russell | Sapphire Floral Earrings: McTeigue & McClelland

Our Guide to Anniversary Gifts

Collaborator Spotlight - Rachel May Photography

The anniversary of a relationship is a truly special occasion. It is a testament to the power of your love and your commitment to each other. Over the years, several lists have been developed as a guide to anniversary gifts that dictate how you should memorialize each year you’ve spent together as a couple.

For example, the traditional list suggests that paper, cotton, and leather are the appropriate gifts for the first three years of marriage. The modern list advocates clocks, china, crystal, and appliances.

While these lists are continuously evolving to accommodate modern lifestyles, at Trumpet & Horn, we believe that there are certain gifts that never go out of style. Jewelry—whether it’s a ring, necklace, or bracelet—is always a stunning expression of love and dedication. It’s much more romantic than receiving a dishwasher for your fourth year of marriage!

Using our gorgeous collection of vintage and antique jewelry as inspiration, we’ve decided to create our own guide to anniversary gifts, listed by year. If it’s time to celebrate with your loved one, follow the gift guide below to find the perfect anniversary gift for each year of your marriage.

By Jewelry Style

When considering a piece of jewelry for your loved one, it’s important to ask yourself what style of pieces they wear most often. If their collection is full of earrings and necklaces, it’s best to maintain that style. Hopefully, you’ll find something extra romantic to symbolize your love.


Bordeaux St. Tropez Bayswater

Rings serve as a reminder of your wedding day. Reminiscent of your day at the altar, an anniversary ring is a renewed pledge of the vows you said years ago. They symbolize your precious and unending love. Usually, anniversary rings are presented on milestone years—like the 10th or 20th anniversaries—but in our guide to anniversary gifts, we think they can be a beautiful gesture for any year.

Rings have the added benefit of versatility as a gift, especially since they come in many styles. For example, an eternity band that matches the existing marriage set can be worn every day as a reminder of your love. On the other hand, a statement piece, such as St. Tropez (with its large emerald cut aquamarine), is a grandiose statement of your love and can be worn on special occasions.

You can also find a truly unique piece—like the Bayswater—that will mimic the unique personality and charm of your significant other. The Griffin with sapphire and emerald accents is eternally chasing its own tail, distinctly mirroring the symbolism of the eternity band.


seed pearl tourmaline choker necklace

When you select a necklace as your anniversary gift, you’re choosing a piece that she can wear every day. While a heart shaped pendant or an infinity sign adds meaning, a special gemstone can personalize your gift. Feature their birthstone or their favorite gem for a meaningful gift.

Necklaces don’t have to be subtle gifts. If your loved one is full of passion and soul, perhaps the Seed Pearl and Tourmaline Choker is more appropriate. With its chains of tiny, delicate pearls and 18k frame dotted with colorful tourmaline, this piece is an absolute showstopper.

Whichever you choose, our guide to anniversary gifts suggests that you keep your significant other in mind to ensure that you present them with a necklace that they will treasure forever.


vintage art deco bracelet - jana williams photo

We added bracelets to our guide to anniversary gifts because they are inherently a symbol of eternity, due to their circular appearance. While bracelets are a little different than rings because they often open and close, some view this feature as an additional symbol of love. While some bracelets utilize a clasp, which can be reminiscent of a couple holding hands, others utilize a hook, symbolizing the male intertwining with the female.

Many vintage and antique bracelets are further enhanced by the symbolism and meaning behind the stones, as well as the engraving or milgraining.


Waterlilly earrings georgian diamond chandelier earrings

Earrings are some of the most popular on the guide to anniversary gifts list. Although a pair of diamond or gemstone studs are a classic choice, more unique designs are often ideal for a milestone anniversary. Since many people change their earrings to match their outfit or mood, you can give your significant other many different pairs to match their style.

If they prize rarity, our Georgian style chandelier earrings are perfect, especially since the authentic Georgian style is scarce and the architecture of the earring contains more than thirty delicately placed diamonds.

Waterlily earrings are a great choice for the woman who loves nature. These one-of-a-kind earrings were inspired by the Art Nouveau era and seamlessly combine the classic style with modern finesse.

Gifts by Year

Since Trumpet & Horn has decided to create our own guide to anniversary gifts by year, we’ve chosen some of the most popular and meaningful gemstones and designs to accompany a list that encompasses the newlywed year through the 50th.

Year 1: Silver

Rochelle vintage inspired silver right hand crest ring

Silver has a rich mythic history and is a part of history all around the world. This metal is attributed to several goddesses across many cultures, including the Greek Artemis (goddess of the hunt), the Roman Diana (goddess of the moon), and the Arabic Manat (goddess of fate), which is why we included it in our guide to anniversary gifts.

When you want to imbue your lady with the mythos of a goddess, choose between bold power and intricate delicacy to represent your love. The Lion Crest Ring is a powerful, vintage inspired design that focuses on the profile of a dancing lion. The New Rochelle is an authentic Victorian ring with another symbol of ancient love—a personal inscription engraved along the inside shank.

Year 5: Gold

devotion rose kerry gilligan custom coordinates pendant

By the fifth year of marriage, there are undoubtedly many precious memories between you and your partner. The gift of gold is next on our guide to anniversary gifts, and is a fitting way to commemorate these memories and anticipate many more.

For centuries, gold was regarded as an indication of wealth. From ancient pharaohs to Chinese emperors, nobility and royalty strive to acquire jewelry and art infused with gold. Showcase the wealth of your marriage when you present your loved one with gold jewelry.

In this guide to anniversary gifts, we’ve chosen a particularly beautiful symbol of love, the Coordinates Pendant contains an additional memento of your love. It includes personalized, engraved coordinates of your choice, so you can embellish this necklace with a location that’s special to your relationship. Have the coordinates of your honeymoon destination or the place where you first met engraved into the piece before gifting it on your anniversary day.

Another beautifully symbolic piece is the Devotion Rose Gold Ring. The piece was inspired by all things romantic and was organically designed to showcase asymmetry and fine details. It’s a unique piece that can be personalized with your choice of yellow or white gold.

Year 10: Garnet

Whitmore Dauphine

Treasured through the ages for its versatility, garnet another great example on our guide to anniversary gifts. It’s a symbol of the flexibility and compromises it takes to achieve 10 years of marriage. The stone comes in a myriad of shades, including purple, orange, yellow, and green, but it’s most famous color for its deep red hue.

Whitmore, a ring from the Victorian era, is ideal for a strong, powerful woman. Its burnished color is one of the darkest garnet hues available. This piece, designed during Queen Victoria’s mourning period, recalls the devotion and sentimentality between the Queen and her late husband.

The Dauphine is another showstopping garnet ring that was inspired by the gilded refinement of 19th century France. The swirling halo design and dainty diamonds create a much more delicate piece with embellished shanks that echo the shape of a heart.

Year 15: Opal

Harbor Island Lost Creek

Many consider the Victorian era to be one of the most romantic periods for jewelry. The love that Queen Victoria and Prince Albert had for each other was reflected in every design. The opal was Prince Albert’s favorite stone and it was featured many times in the collections of both royal personages.

Though Lost Creek isn’t a Victorian era ring, it still encompasses the beauty and romance of the opal in an authentic, Retro era design. The center opal reflects the fire and passion many consider important in a relationship, and the halo design recalls the glamour and ardor of old Hollywood.

Harbor Island is a Victorian era ring with a fire opal as its centerpiece. The fire opal was highly prized during the 1800s for its beauty and rarity. This dazzling ring is on our guide to anniversary gifts list because it has a romantic look with its flowery design and shimmering diamonds.

Year 20: Sapphire

Brantling Walworth

Sapphires were always a popular stone when declaring love—historically symbolizing truth and loyalty. They were often given as engagement rings, and while they faded from the spotlight during modern eras, they have seen a resurgence due to the stunning gemstone worn by Princess Diana and Kate Middleton.

Similar to the style of Princess Diana’s famous ring, Walworth has a sapphire center that is surrounded by small, illuminating diamonds. The creator of this romantic Victorian era design chose a soft contrast between the blue and white of the stones by accenting them with a delicate shade of rose gold for the band. The story of Princess Diana’s ring makes this inspired creation the perfect symbol of love in our guide to anniversary gifts.

Brantling doesn’t feature a soft, delicate design. Instead, it highlights the strength and solidarity it takes to maintain a happy marriage. Its sharp lines and emerald cut sapphire encompass the refined culture and tastefulness of mid-century design.

Year 25: Diamond

michelle beck with bedford antique tourmaline necklace

Diamonds form exclusively after billions of years of extreme pressure and heat. Since a diamond’s durability is rivaled only by its brilliance, it’s no surprise that a diamond is traditionally the choice for an engagement ring. Our guide to anniversary gifts includes this stone because after 25 years of marriage, giving your loved one a diamond parallels the durability and beauty of your own relationship.

Made during the 1870s, this tourmaline and diamond necklace from the Victorian era is a stunning token of love and commitment. Diamonds, pearls, and tourmaline are framed by gold heart shapes and milgraining.

Bedford is a Trumpet & Horn original that uses the three stone design to highlight the love you share with your significant other. Each stone on the trinity (or trilogy) ring symbolizes part of your relationship: its past, present, and future, as well as friendship, love, and fidelity.

Year 30: Ruby

Cardinal Falls Harkins

The ruby’s passionate, scarlet color truly represents the ardor and never-ending enthusiasm you have for each other. The ruby endlessly displays the emotion inherent in your relationship through a flashing, red center—the glowing heart of an inextinguishable flame.

Cardinal Falls is the ideal example of a ruby. The authentic Edwardian era stone was cushion cut to enhance the inner fire and beauty of this ring. Surrounded by diamonds, the sparkle of the ruby is intensified by the fire in each of the old mine cut stones.

Harkins has a similar design to Cardinal Falls, but with a subtle, delicate aura. The center ruby is surrounded by brilliant cut diamonds that look like the petals of a flower. With a thin band and slender struts that differentiate the flower petals, this ring was included in our guide to anniversary gifts due to its sweet reminder of the love you share.

Year 35: Emerald

Penngrove Stratton

The official gemstone of 20th and 35th anniversaries around the world, and a lovely addition to our guide to anniversary gifts, is the emerald. Prized for its luminous green hue, it stands out amongst other green gemstones—like the peridot and tourmaline—for its association with spring, prosperity, and growth. The emerald accompanies the journey of each new year in your relationship.

Widely regarded as the gemstone of royalty, the emerald has always been popular, even during the 1930s and 40s. Stratton, which was created circa 1940, draws from the designs of the early Victorian era and infuses them with a modern cut and embellishment. This flower shaped ring will remind your loved one that you want to give her a bouquet every day of the year.

Penngrove is an incredibly unique ring that was designed by Cartier during the Art Deco era, circa 1923. The square step cut emerald is surrounded by an octagon of 16 baguette cut diamonds to create a halo unlike any other.

Year 50: Platinum

antique diamond art deco bracelet

Platinum is among the most durable metals in the world, used for both jewelry and industrial purposes. Its rarity is rated above gold, and on average, there is 15 times more gold mined per year than platinum, making it the perfect finale to our guide to anniversary gifts. The metal doesn’t tarnish or oxidize, making it the perfect symbol of the persistent, stable, and undying nature of your relationship.

The Art Deco Platinum Bracelet uses platinum in its design to embellish and accentuate one of the most resilient materials on Earth: diamonds. The combination of the two makes this bracelet one of the most alluring piece of jewelry in our collection.

So Many Options to Choose From

Choosing just one of these glorious pieces to represent the love, beauty, and persistence of your relationship can be difficult. Trumpet & Horn can help you find the perfect item to remind you of the special relationship you share. Find the perfect ring, necklace, or bracelet at T&H today.

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