This wedding season newlyweds are looking back to the beauty and elegance of vintage bridal jewelry, and the trend is catching like fire. These traditional styles are just as diverse as they are brilliant and can make the perfect fit for any bridal jewelry collection. So, if you’re hoping to shine on your wedding day, you may want to consider some of these popular vintage bridal jewelry styles.
Big Vintage Stones
One of the many iconic vintage looks trending this wedding season is oversized gemstones. Big and bold sapphires, emeralds, clear diamonds, and citrines are all top picks for bridal jewelry accessories this year, and they will undoubtedly dazzle your wedding party.
Large stoned vintage bridal jewelry pieces echo the Roaring 20s and the Art Deco style that was all the rage at the time. These stones typically look their best when fitted into bridal jewelry accessories like necklaces, bracelets, and earrings. However, a large brilliant diamond could make for a breathtaking engagement ring piece.
The artisan designers at Tacori understand the power of the large stone, and they show it off in their brilliant Bloom Earring collection. Fit with large clear diamonds, and often accented with rose and yellow gold, this stunning earring collection would be just as popular in the Roaring 20s as they are today.
Traditional Diamond Cuts
There are many modern engagement ring diamond cuts to choose from and they can all make for a remarkable bridal jewelry piece. However, these modern cuts still pale in comparison to the timelessness and classic beauty of more traditional diamond cuts.
Whether a bride picks a large emerald cut diamond, or a dazzling round cut halo set engagement ring, these styles all fit with the booming vintage bridal jewelry trend. If round or emerald cut diamonds aren’t your thing, don’t worry -- oval and cushion cut diamonds could make for a classic bridal jewelry piece as well.
Instead of the modern trend of asymmetrical stones, today’s bridal jewelry trends are turning towards symmetrical diamonds once again. Many designers have stuck with the traditional diamond cuts, yet few have done quite as well as the fabulous designer, A. Jaffe.
In A. Jaffe’s Art Deco Engagement ring collection, they gaze back and appreciate the diamond cuts of the past by placing them in an eye-popping halo setting. In this collection, A. Jaffe incorporates modern styles in subtle yet brilliant ways, and uses yellow and rose gold to bring a sense of originality and a flare of color to each of their pieces.
Vintage Bridal Jewelry Styles at BARONS
If you’re looking to pick up breathtaking vintage jewelry designs from a jeweler that is passionate about all things jewelry, you can look no further than BARONS Jewelers.
At BARONS, we have a massive collection of classic and modern bridal jewelry designers. We are also one of the only Tacori Diamond Retailers on the West Coast. In addition to bridal jewelry, we also have a vast assortment of luxury-grade fashion jewelry and timepieces from top-of-the-line designers.
We have served the San Francisco Bay Area since 1967 and provide the nearby towns of Pleasanton, Livermore, San Ramon, Danville, Tri-Valley, Walnut Creek, Castro Valley, Sunol, Hayward, San Leandro, Oakland, Union City, Alameda, Berkeley, Concord, Piedmont, Tracy, and San Jose with professional jewelry services.
To learn more about our products and services give us a call at (925) 278-6971, or pay a visit to our Dublin, California showroom today.