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Vintage-Inspired Engagement Rings from Brilliant Earth

We’ve been long time fans of Brilliant Earth. For starters, their jewelry is ethically sourced in Canada, Namibia, and Botswana from eco-friendly resources. Their designs are scrumptious, and if you don’t find the engagement ring of your dreams, you can build your own by choosing a setting and a diamond or another precious stone. They recently launched The Windsor Collection, a vintage-inspired line of glamorous designs of fine jewelry and wedding rings. Take a looksie below and soon you will find out why we love them:

Designer Ryan Atlas speaks to his inspiration for the Jasmine Ring, “The curving lines and asymmetrical design lend Retro-era glamor, while the bezel set diamond accents add a modern flair for a look that feels both vintage and completely new.” We couldn’t agree more. This is a ring that perfectly balances contemporary and vintage style.

Capturing the optimism of the mid-30′s through the 50′s, the Windsor Collection is full of bold designs, lavish diamonds and paired with feminine curves. Inspired by Hollywood’s Golden Age, this collection of hand-crafted jewelry remains stunning without comprising Brilliant Earth’s Ethical Guarantee. When you purchase a piece from Brilliant Earth you can be certain that the jewelry comes from ethical, pure sources.

In addition to The Windsor Collection, Brilliant Earth also offers real antique jewelry and engagement rings.

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