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Collection: RINGS

Rings, rings and alliances have been much more than simple accessories; They have been symbols of prestige, love and style.
In civilizations such as the Egyptian and Roman, rings were already symbols and gold, in addition to precious stones, were the most used materials. During the Middle Ages, medieval rings were symbols of status and loyalty, often engraved with heraldic shields. Renaissance jewelry was characterized by its exquisite craftsmanship and the use of gems and pearls.
In the Baroque period, rings became more ornate, while Rococo featured elegant curves and floral motifs in its designs. During the Victorian era, rings acquired a deep symbology and expression of feelings, becoming symbols of commitment and mourning.
Rings from the Belle Époque era were characterized by their elegance in delicate designs and the use of diamonds and pearls. At the beginning of the 20th century, Modernism arrived, a break with traditional conventions in jewelry was introduced, experimenting with new forms and more natural materials. Finally we come to Art Deco, an era of geometry and elegance that revolutionized the world of rings.
Years later, in the 1960s and 1970s, there was a creative revival in finger jewelry, especially in the boho style. Using natural gems, eye-catching rings were created.
The history of rings is full of iconic creations. From Cartier's "Trinity" to Bulgari's "Serpenti" or Tiffany & Co's "True," these pieces exemplify creativity and innovation in jewelry.
In every ring, ring or alliance, there is a story, whether it is an antique or vintage ring. Explore our collection of antique and vintage jewelry and find your ring.

Anillos, sortijas y alianzas antiguas