Celebrity Antique Engagement Rings

Antique engagement rings are truly romantic and beautiful works of art. The fact that they were all hand made means that no two rings were exactly the same, which gives each ring its uniqueness and character. In addition to the beauty, having an antique engagement ring is very eco-friendly. Below are a number of celebrity antique engagement rings.

 

Catherine Zeta Jones

Michael Douglas gave Catherine a 1920s antique 10 carat marquise cut diamond engagement ring. The marquise cut diamond is set in an east-west orientation and is surrounded by 28 smaller stones.

 

Milla Jovovich

Milla’s engagement ring, given to her by producer Paul Anderson, is a stunning three stone 19th century ring from celebrity jeweller, Neil Lane. The three stones consists of a yellow, pink and white diamond, which is set in rich yellow gold.

 

Kate Moss

Jamie Hince proposed to Kate with a beautiful 1920s antique diamond ring. Apparently, Jamie spent months searching for the special engagement ring, inspired by the ring of Kate’s idol, Zelda Fitzgerald.

 

Penelope Cruz

Javier Bardem proposed to Penelope with a vintage three carat sapphire ring. The sapphire is surrounded by a halo of diamonds, which brings out the beauty of the stone.

 

Christina Applegate

Martyn Lenoble proposed to Christina on valentines day with an unique antique Edwardian ring. The delicate ring approximately features four carats of diamonds.

 

Jennifer Love Hewitt

Jennifer Love Hewitt’s Engagement Ring was a heirloom given to her by Ross McCall. The centre diamond is approximately 1.5 carats, surrounded with floral diamond accents set in platinum. The antique engagement ring has been in Ross’ family for over 100 years.

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