What is the most popular antique jewellery?

From symbols of commitment to the symbols of love, antique jewellery holds a charm that cannot be compared to contemporary jewellery. They are rare and precious -many are part of collections. With vintage jewellery often having a far greater price tag than contemporary jewellery, if you are not a jewellery connoisseur it can be difficult to know which items will be your best investment.

Read on to learn about the most popular antique jewellery pieces. 

Vintage silver jewellery

As one of the most affordable options for jewellery lovers, antique silver jewellery remains among the most famous jewellery pieces today. Often a little more affordable than gold, silver jewellery ages exceptionally well and maintains its elegance and beauty over many years. 

Vintage hoop earrings

Vintage hoop earrings are among the most popular jewellery in the market. This antique piece is particularly famous among individuals from the 1970s. The earrings date back to the 18th century and have since maintained their cool factor and value. That these earrings are still as stylish and popular today as they were 50 years ago is a good indication that they are a worthwhile investment.

Georgian rings

Made in the Georgian era (1714 to 1830), Georgian rings are some of the world’s most famous jewellery pieces. The rings are characterised by some of the most innovative gemstone cutting techniques and intricate shapes. While these are a little more unique in their design, they are instantly recognisable and maintain their value. 

The bottom line

Vintage and antique jewellery is worth more than most contemporary jewellery – and for a reason. These pieces of jewellery are unique and cannot be duplicated using modern methods of production.

Antique pieces of jewellery are often rare in their design and unique to most other jewellery pieces available in the market. If you’re looking to own a piece of antique jewellery, visit our website here today. 

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