This week’s spotlight engagement ring is a true Edwardian beauty. Lacy filigree and elegant swags of diamonds frame the central Old European cut stone, giving this substantial ring an airy lightness. We’ve paired it with a thin band of channel set sapphires for a modern touch, or try a romantic antique “1910” wedding band on your other hand.
Lucy Honeychurch from “A Room with a View” is my favorite Edwardian heroine, so it only made sense to use her adventures as the backdrop for our engagement ring of the week. We selected a sparkling array of period jewels to perfectly compliment her lovely gowns and Gibson Girl style.
The al fresco engagement luncheon on the lawn of Lucy’s family house could’ve come straight from the pages of your favorite wedding magazine or inspiration blog. A timeless palette of white and cream, set off by pastel details, is as classic now as in 1908 when E.M. Forster wrote “A Room with a View.” And we’re obsessed with those dreamy lace parasols!
The perfect honeymoon getaway for your Edwardian Lucy Honeychurch-inspired wedding? Why Florence, of course!