I could spend endless amounts of time pouring over the history of engagement rings. I am, however, slightly partial to a classic, Art Deco design (and "This ring is vintage!" definitely makes me swoon.). Rings during the Art Deco period saw any manner of colored gemstones, like onyx, emeralds, and even rubies, in settings with sharp angles, dazzling cuts, and brilliant patterns.
With such serving as hallmarks of an Art Deco pièce de résistance, these confident, geometric rings are timeless beauties for the bold bride are light on the subtlety and heavy on the pretty!
Style Me Pretty Contributor - Francesca Barger is a wedding enthusiast, freelance writer, marketer, and PR professional in the Midwest where, in the last several years, she's worked with companies from coast to coast. She's more city slicker than small town girl, a bon vivant with a penchant for celebrating life's little victories, like a dry cappuccino or a good hair day.