Jewelry from the Retro era is highly influenced by Hollywood glamour, with big, bold, three-dimensional looks. Many vintage Retro era engagement rings utilize highly detailed mixed metal to give rings from this era an indistinguishable style.
Wheat Ridge is classic authentic Retro era (circa 1945) two-tone 14k yellow and white gold ring centering a pretty Old European Cut diamond gauged at 0.18ct graded F-G color and VS clarity. The ring is flanked on each side by four Single Cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.08ct, all set within a white gold square frame. Wheat Ridge is finished with delicate yellow gold open metal work along the low shoulders profile shoulders. The ring is currently a size 6.5 and can be sized to fit.
Zibo is a unique and whimiscal Retro era (circa 1940) 14k yellow gold ring. This fun ring centers a bezel set Round cut aquamarine gauged at 5mm totaling approximately 0.40ct. The ocean blue center stone is bordered by a halo of gray seed pearls, each individually framed by a 14k yellow gold halo. Zibo is finished with a gold border and milgraining along the bezeled edges. The ring is currently a size a 8 and can be sized to fit.
Jacksboro is a sparkling and authentically Retro (circa 1940) 14k white gold ring with a newly added 14k rose gold shank. The ring centers three clusters of nineteen Round Brilliant Cut diamonds that total approximately 0.90ct in combined weight with H-I color and SI clarity. Trumpet and Horn replaced the white gold shank with a handmade, 14k rose gold shank to give it a fabulous two-tone look. The ring is currently a size 6.5 and can be sized to fit from a size 5 to a size 9.