We see a lot of fancy colored diamonds in celebrity engagement rings, but did you know that yellow diamonds have been popular for over a hundred years? Vintage fancy yellow diamonds, cut as cushions, Old Mine cuts, or Old European cuts, have a dramatic golden sparkle that elevates the most simple of settings to something really special. We were so inspired that we chose two Engagement Rings of the Week, one warmer hue set in gold from the 1940s and one cooler tone set in platinum from the 1960s.
Annnnnd, we’re back! For the first Engagement Ring of the Week in a long while, we chose one of our all-time favorites and a true classic, the Heirloom by Doyle & Doyle bezel set diamond ring in rich 18k gold. Designed by Elizabeth Doyle, this beauty is the perfect blend of old and new. The scroll band design is inspired by a vintage solitaire, but with the twist of a modern bezel setting. A vintage Old European cut diamond sparkles in the center and our signature star cut out on the underside allows you to see right through to the stone’s culet.
At Doyle & Doyle, we are constantly inspired by the world around us. Especially our brides. As such, we curated a special collection of engagement rings and elegant jewels specifically for the women of the Style Me Pretty community who inspire us daily with their incredible wedding style savvy. The pieces featured in our collection […]
This week’s Engagement Ring of the Week is a truly special piece, as it is a composite of a Georgian (1714-1830) diamond set portion and later shank that contains British Hallmarks dating to 1870. Named for the rule of the four King George’s, jewelry during this time was entirely handmade and very unique. Rose cut […]