today’s stack is mostly built from antique & vintage rings. Rebecca owns an antique jewelry shop called Artifact Vintage and has some pretty incredible gems. take a look at that sapphire & emerald stack for example. so pretty! here’s what Rebecca has to say about her stack…
On the left hand: From far left, bottom to top: a vintage 18k Tiffany Lucida band, a 14k gold emerald eternity band, an 18k diamond and sapphire French band (my own engagement ring), 18k rose gold wedding ring (my own wedding band), a tiny 18k Jennifer Myer bezel-set band (the only new piece I own–I love how delicate it is), a 14k antique wedding band, and a hinged self-stacking 14k gold, pearl, and turquoise piece from the 1860s. I’ve been enjoying stacking on top of my bridal suite lately–it’s such a fun way to play with the idea of luxury, opulence, and glamour. Why have just one dream ring?
On the right hand: all shown are vintage, 14-18k gold, featuring opals, pearls, and diamonds. The navette and the 3-stone pearl are from the late 19th century; the opal 5-stone is from the late-20th century.
gorgeous, right? thanks so much Rebecca!