Are you familiar with The Three Graces?
I’ve followed them for years, both through their website and on Instagram. Their specialty is antique, vintage, and estate jewelry; particularly rings.
We’re going to look at some of those rings today, and if you’re not excited about that yet, you will be soon!
This handful is a perfect example: four stunning pieces, each starring different gemstones and exemplifying very different styles in pristine condition. They’re actually all from the same 10 year span, 1920-1930.
How is it possible that there are so many exquisite and varied pieces in one place? Knowledge, my dears.
The Three Graces’ owner, Lisa Stockhammer-Mial is a widely respected expert in the field of jewelry. It’s Lisa’s eye and expertise that keeps The Three Graces selection so exceptional. I’ve spent time with her at antique shows, and it’s incredible to see what she can know about a piece of jewelry from just a few moments looking at it.
This Georgian era emerald and diamond ring is so beautiful, it hurts my heart a little to look at it. It dates to 1830 and it’s flawless. Look at those side details!!
There aren’t very many rings from that era in condition this good. They just don’t exist.
Any one of these would be a ridiculously perfect engagement ring. You know I’m a sucker for side details.
Before we get any further, I need you to have this vital information: The Three Graces offers free shipping both ways, AND a no-questions-asked full refund return policy. So if you love any of these, it can be yours for no shipping charge AND if you don’t love the ring for any reason you can return it for a full refund (but I doubt that will be necessary: how could you not love these rings??).
Another rare Georgian ring – this one is an acrostic, which means that the first letter of each of the gems spells out the word REGARD. I love acrostic jewelry, and the details on this one are remarkable.
If you need more of a reason to take the plunge on any of these beauties, please know that the Texas-based Three Graces will be donating 10% of their September profits to the Hurricane Harvey relief effort.
There is so much more to love on The Three Graces’ website, so you should definitely go check it out!
One more, because I can’t resist. Also I fell down a hill after taking this picture, so I wanted to make sure to use it. (No rings were harmed!)
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