Tuesday, 3 January 2012

Golden Rule

They say history tends to repeat itself and the re-emergence of gold engagement rings is a shining example of just that. Recently, this warm hued metal has made a fierce comeback and many modern day brides are opting for the traditionally toned setting.

From yellow to rose gold and two-toned sparklers, below are some striking stunners;

Cushion Cut Diamond Ring in Yellow Gold by Monique Péan (as seen in The Bride's Guide - Martha Stewart Weddings)
Oval Diamond Legacy Style in Yellow Gold from MDC Diamonds
The Tiffany® Setting in 18K Yellow Gold from Tiffany & Co.
Art Deco Filigree Scrolls Diamond Ring in 14K Yellow Gold from Antique Jewelry Mall
Ornate Yellow Gold Vintage Engagement Ring, Circa 1915, from Turtle Love Co.
Lightdance Ring with Oval Diamond in Yellow Gold from Reinstein/Ross
Pear Shaped Antique Diamond Ring in Yellow Gold, Circa 1860, from Erstwhile Jewelry Co.
Emerald Diamond in 18K Yellow Gold from Jessica Fields
Flora Ring in 18K Yellow Gold by McTeigue & McClelland (as seen on Martha Stewart Weddings)
The Tulip Ring with Cushion Cut Diamond in 18K Rose Gold from The Kwiat Bridal Collection
Pave Criss-Cross Engagement Ring in Rose Gold by Tacori from J.R. Dunn
Black and White Diamond Ring in 14K Rose Gold from Amazon
Round Diamond Halo Cathedral Ring in 18K Rose Gold from MDC Diamonds
GIA Certified Diamond Ring in Platinum and 18K Rose Gold from Amazon
Tiffany Bezet Yellow Diamond Ring from Tiffany & Co.
These beauties are as good as gold ;)



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