*This is a paid post from an APW Sponsor*
Today, I’m delighted to introduce one of our newest sponsors—Weston Fine Estate Jewelry. One of the first posts I ever wrote for APW was about the difficulty of finding an engagement ring that felt right to me, and how I finally found it in a vintage ring from the 1920’s. So, I’m thrilled to bring all of you an APW sponsor who’s selling antique engagement rings. (And, side note: I love the fact that buying estate rings means you are buying eco-friendly engagement rings, with modern-conflict-free diamonds, at that.)
Weston Fine Estate Jewelry is the exact kind of small business that you guys love to support. It’s owned by two business partners, Michael and Weston, who handle everything themselves. Customer service? You’re dealing with two real people who want to help you out. They offer great value in their items, with most at about half off retail. In addition, they offer a 60 day money back guarantee and free shipping with all items. They get that you don’t want to buy an expensive ring sight unseen without knowing you’ve got a generous return policy covering you. And Seattle ladies, you can go visit their store in Bellevue!
But most importantly, they have beautiful vintage engagement rings, and I might have done a little shopping for you. Achem. First of all, HOLD THE PHONE. If one of you doesn’t get this Aquamarine and Diamond cocktail ring as your engagement ring, at just $759, I am seriously going to have to question your judgment. It’s stunning, the price is amazing for something so lovely, and oh my god you must have it. (Pulls self together).
Then, I am in love with this antique diamond and sapphire ring. It’s art deco, and I’m particularly in love with this style at the moment. Knock your socks off engagement ring? I think yes. And will someone please marry the ruby engagement ring at the top of this post? I mean, along with marrying your partner? Achem. Or the Blue Sapphire Solitaire engagement ring, pictured second from the top, for just $249.
And then there is this ring from the 1930’s, which just slays me. What can I say, I have a fondness for rings from the 1930’s, since that’s the date on my wedding ring (and this is an excellent price).
And, because I know I’m not the only one among us with a fondness for classic rings, look at this lovely Estate Diamond Solitaire ring for $1,049. So go, explore the Weston Fine Estate Jewelry website. It lets you sort by era and price.