Nothing truly speaks of luxury like wearing a ring that is distinctive, elegant, and sophisticated. The ultimate symbol of love and devotion, antique and vintage rings offer a stunning sense of style that is personal to the wearer. Whether you love Art Deco floral antique rings or vintage rings that include halos, filigree details, or floral designs, these pieces of jewelry often hold stories, rich histories, and sizable worth. Discover the exuberant pieces of breathtaking and unique vintage and antique rings of every design era and style on the Bidsquare jewelry auction.
Rings were firmly established as important pieces of jewelry that were inspired by an unforgettable fashion from history. Women of the Renaissance period were known for their classic rings, such as midi and first knuckle rings, which were adorned on different fingers. During this period, wedding rings also gained immense popularity. The practice of wearing rings on the left third finger was a common ritual among married couples.
In the Egyptian period, rings were recognized as a key ornament among the collection of jewelry for both men and women that signified strength and status. Before the Greco-Roman period, the fine art of intaglio was introduced by jewelry makers to their collection that later developed in the form of a signet ring, a piece of popular jewelry among men and women alike. From simple bands to ornate encrustations, these lovely pieces of jewelry represent a fascinating insight into the cultural history of mankind as well as the elegance of designer jewelry.
Shop online for a vintage wedding ring, vintage and antique engagement rings, or a solitaire opal ring in an array of styles from the wide collection of rings at Bidsquare online auctions. The exquisite rings are designed with the finest quality of precious metals and gemstones, with a special focus on antique diamond rings, which are ideal gifts as engagement rings. Some of the vintage and antique rings featured on sale at Bidsquare are designed by famous names in jewelry such as Tiffany & Co., Cartier, Giovanni Ferraris, Jeff Cooper, Kieselstein Cord, and many more.