Shop Vintage Emerald Engagement Rings

For a truly regal and opulent piece, a vintage emerald engagement ring is perfect. Beautiful, unique, and perfect for a bride-to-be who loves that deep, unique shade of green. Representing strong characteristics like wit and eloquence, an emerald engagement ring makes a change from the classic diamond engagement ring, and may be just the thing you're looking for if you haven't found the perfect one yet.
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There are quite a few famous emerald rings over time: Cleopatra, for example, was passionate about emeralds because she believed they could treat eye diseases, and they represented rebirth and fertility. Aside from that, there have been some stunning famous emerald rings. For example, the Chalk Emerald, which is currently on display at the National Museum of Natural History, is absolutely gorgeous and well-known for being lavish and opulent.

Emeralds represent royalty, wit, and eloquence. If your bride-to-be is quick and perceptive, this is an amazing choice for her. Some people believe that emeralds allow people to intuit the future, too. So if your other half is into crystals and their meanings, an emerald will be a welcome pick for her.

Potential powers aside, emeralds are of course absolutely lovely to look at. A flash of deep green makes a change from the usual diamond engagement rings, and if she prefers something a bit more unique, it's worth looking for a vintage emerald engagement ring that will suit her.


Buying a vintage engagement ring is smart because it gives you access to stunning pieces that might be a bit unaffordable if you're buying new. Emerald rings are show-stopping, and buying vintage can make the process a little more accessible.

If you're shopping for vintage pieces online, it's important to go to a trusted source. At Another's Legacy, we thoroughly inspect each piece to check the karat and look closely for flaws or signs of wear and tear on the band, setting, and the stone. Each piece is ready to be worn, and you can trust that they will be real, legitimate gold.

Of course, one thing you have to consider is the sizing. It may take some browsing to find something perfect for your other half. But the good thing about shopping vintage is that you can find unusual pieces that you wouldn't be able to get anywhere else. When you find the right one, it's a real thrill.


If your bride-to-be likes more of a subtle look, you can go for a classic emerald on a gold band. Not too big, not too bold, just a pretty little flash of green that adds an elegant touch to all of her looks every day. Or, if she wants something more show stopping, you can go for a larger emerald, or perhaps go with an emerald-and-diamond combo. These pieces can be treasured and passed down through the generations, so they're a good investment too.

Alternatively, you could go for a vintage ring with a series of emeralds in a row. This could be really significant (for example, if you have a child together, the three stones could represent the three of you). Whatever you go for, if you want something with a little more color that they will be sure to love every time they look at it, an emerald ring is the way to go.

Plus, gold vintage emerald engagement rings look lovely with other bands. A subtle, plain gold wedding band looks great with an emerald ring next to it, which is obviously important to consider a bit later on down the line. For a truly regal and beautiful piece, emerald engagement rings are the way to go.