Authentic Vintage Engagement Rings

Authentic Vintage Engagement Rings

Authentic Vintage Engagement Rings

Whitehouse Brothers manufacturers authentic die-struck vintage engagement rings are rings that have been made using a traditional jewelry manufacturing technique called "die striking"/  This method has been used for centuries and was particularly popular during the Art Deco and Retro eras, which spanned the 1920s to the 1950s. Die striking involves pressing or stamping metal into a die, which is a specialized tool or mold, to create the desired shape and design of the ring. Here are some characteristics and features of die-struck vintage engagement rings:

1.Precise and Intricate Detailing: Die striking allows for the creation of rings with precise and intricate detailing. The metal is forced into the die under high pressure, capturing every fine detail of the design, resulting in a beautifully textured and dimensional appearance.

2.Vintage Aesthetic: Die-struck vintage rings typically have a distinct vintage aesthetic, as they draw inspiration from the styles of the Art Deco and Retro periods. These designs often feature geometric patterns, filigree work, milgrain edges, and bold, contrasting metal colors.

3.Solid Construction: Due to the nature of the die-striking process, the resulting rings tend to be well-constructed and durable. The metal is compressed, making the ring sturdy and suitable for everyday wear.

4.Materials: Die-struck vintage engagement rings are commonly made from precious metals such as platinum, white gold, yellow gold, and rose gold. These metals were commonly used during the periods that inspire the vintage designs.

5.Gemstones: Die-struck vintage rings often feature accent gemstones such as diamonds, sapphires, rubies, or emeralds, which complement the overall design and add a touch of sparkle.

6.Authentic Vintage or Reproduction: When seeking die-struck vintage engagement rings, you might find authentic antique rings from the Art Deco or Retro eras that were originally made using this technique. 

It's important to consider that a "new" Whitehouse Brothers die struck ring will be created just for your center diamond and finger size. Original pieces from the early 1900s often have repairs and thin areas that may cause maintainence issues over time. Whitehouse Brothers delivers the best of both worlds by offering an authentic die struck vintage engagement ring with the wearability of a modern ring.