Sheyla

By Sheyla

LifeBuzz Staff

‘100 Years Of Engagement Rings’ Video Proves Diamonds Look Good In Any Era.

Engagement rings represent much more than saying yes to a marriage proposal. It’s easy to assume that this piece of jewelry mostly worn on the left hand has not evolved. The only difference may seem to only come with how big the diamond stone is.

The ring, however, has transformed from a delicate solitaire band to elaborate designs. YouTube channel Mode is taking us through the last 100 years of engagement rings. As much as you love your own engagement ring, this video may leave you desiring a new one. I am in love with the 1930’s Art Deco period.

The engagement ring from the 1920's was made in 14k yellow gold in a classic solitaire.

The engagement ring from the 1920's was made in 14k yellow gold in a classic solitaire.

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The 1930's Art Deco made their way into jewelry. White gold is the colour of choice.

The 1930's Art Deco made their way into jewelry. White gold is the colour of choice.

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The round cut is popular in the 1950's.

The round cut is popular in the 1950's.

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Large stones and matching wedding bands were introduced in the 1970's.

Large stones and matching wedding bands were introduced in the 1970's.

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The halo mounting ring with coloured diamonds are the most popular choice for brides in the 2010's.

The halo mounting ring with coloured diamonds are the most popular choice for brides in the 2010's.

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Watch the glittery evolution of engagement rings.

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Source: Mode

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