Art Deco Engagement Rings with Emerald Cut Diamonds

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Art deco was one of the most influential and popular design styles of the twentieth century. Even though it first became popular nearly 100 years ago, art deco is still seen as one of the most fashion-forward and modern design styles of all time. For this reason, many women choose art deco engagement rings with emerald cut diamonds.

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Lustrous Geometry

The art deco style is characterized by symmetry, clean lines, and geometric shapes. The streamlined look of emerald cut diamonds perfectly represents the art deco movement, which is why this shape is often used in art deco engagement ring settings. In addition to emerald cut diamonds, many art deco engagement rings also feature halo settings, diamonds arranged in geometric patterns, and bold details. Most art deco rings in the 1920s were white gold or platinum, however, this style can now be found in white, yellow, or rose gold settings.

Art deco engagement rings are ideal for trendsetting women who are drawn to unique jewelry. The striking design, combined with the sparkle of the many diamonds used in art deco settings, will certainly turn heads and make jaws drop.

Take a look at some of our favorite art deco engagement rings with emerald cut diamonds:

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Art Deco White Gold Halo Diamond Engagement Ring

Forty-four round cut diamonds (depending on center stone) are pave and bezel set in this white gold diamond engagement ring setting with milgrain detail and an Art Deco-inspired structure, set with your choice of center diamond.

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Split Shank Pave Halo Diamond Engagement Ring

Proudly made in the USA, this 14k or 18k white gold diamond engagement ring setting features seventy-eight round cut diamonds in a unique split shank halo design, accenting your choice of center diamond.

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Split Shank Diamond Engagement Ring

This platinum diamond engagement ring setting features a classic split shank with round cut diamonds that are french pave setting, accenting your choice of center stone.

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Art Deco Yellow Gold Halo Diamond Engagement Ring

Forty-four round cut diamonds (depending on center stone) are pave and bezel set in this yellow gold diamond engagement ring setting with milgrain detail and an Art Deco-inspired structure, set with your choice of center diamond. 

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Halo Diamond Engagement Ring

Twenty four round cut diamonds are pave set in this yellow gold diamond engagement ring setting, accenting your choice of center diamond. 1/4 carat total diamond weight.

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Antique Floral Diamond Engagement Ring

Twenty-eight graduated round cut diamonds are pave set in this exquisite antique floral diamond setting in yellow gold, accenting your choice of center diamond. Beautiful floral detailing adorns the inside band.

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Art Deco Rose Gold Halo Diamond Engagement Ring

Forty-four Round cut diamonds (depending on center stone) are pave and bezel set in this rose gold diamond engagement ring setting with milgrain detail and an Art Deco-inspired structure, set with your choice of center diamond. 

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Twisted Petal Diamond Engagement Ring

Forty round cut diamonds are pave set and four Marquise cut diamonds are bezel set in this elegant twisted petal diamond engagement ring setting in 14k or 18k rose gold.

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Trends in the jewelry industry come and go, so it’s important to choose a ring that will never go out of style instead of picking one that’s popular right now. The art deco style may have originated in the 1920s, but the symmetrical designs and bold use of geometric shapes give art deco engagement rings a timeless look and feel. This style has already been popular for nearly 100 years, and there are no signs that its popularity will slow down any time soon. Because art deco engagement rings with emerald cut diamonds will always be in style, your significant other will be happy to wear one of these rings until death do you part!

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