Engagement rings were the standard in 1920s society.
It wasn’t uncommon to see women in the 1920’s and 30’s holding a bouquet of flowers in their arms or to hold a pair of china, glass, and silver china for their husbands.
In the 1920-30’s, women also made jewelry in a variety of styles.
Some had rings or china to decorate their wedding bands.
Engagement rings became a very popular way for women to express their love and devotion for their partner.
The 1920s also saw the introduction of the first wristwatch, the timepiece known as the “wristwatch” or “waltz.”
In this time, engagement rings were also a popular way to decorates and display jewelry.
In addition to the standard design, there were a number of styles for each color of the ring, with a wide variety of colors available.
The styles ranged from blue to yellow and gold, and some designs featured different styles of the same color.
Engagement ring designs were not limited to only one color.
Some couples also had their own colors.
The most popular ring styles included gold, red, and blue, which are usually found on wedding bands, necklaces, and other accessories.
Other styles included a single white ring with a blue circle and gold bands, and a pair or three of red rings with blue circles and gold rings.
One of the most popular wedding rings in the 1930s was the “bouquet” ring.
If you’re not familiar with the term, a bouquet ring is an elegant arrangement of gold, diamonds, or other precious stones on a black, white, or red background.
It was the most traditional of the wedding rings, often featured on the wedding day.
A popular accessory for 1920s wedding rings was a necklace.
This was an elegant decoration that included two gold or silver rings, or a set of six gold or white rings.
Some of the early jewelry makers used an ivory and red thread that was wrapped around the gold, blue, or yellow rings.
The threads were then wound around the necklace to form the base of the piece.
There were many styles of wedding rings available, but in the early years of the 20th century, a single ring was popular.
As the 1920 and 1930s became the most exciting period in American history, many of the new wedding styles started to be popular.
This trend continued in the 1950s and 1960s, with some couples starting to wear rings with a single color.
The most popular trend in the 1960s was to add a diamond or other valuable metal into the base, which was then decorated with gold or other colored gold.
By the mid-1980s, wedding rings were becoming more popular and the style was gaining popularity in many other countries.
Many of the newer wedding styles were made in Europe and Asia, such as the French or Italian, while others were made by American manufacturers.
Some styles of ring are now made in a single piece, and it’s usually made from a material that can be dyed, lacquered, or coated.
You can find some interesting information on engagement rings and jewelry in the Smithsonian’s “Trends in Modern Engagement Rings and Necklaces” collection.
Featured image: Engagement Ring photo from the 1920.
Credit: Smithsonian Institution Archives.