Diamond engagement rings have a timeless appeal and are always a good option for any prospective bride. Platinum diamond engagement rings, however, are next-level pieces of jewelry. They’re durable, of superior quality, and come with unparalleled beauty.
If you’re searching for the best platinum engagement rings for women, we’ve compiled a list of 40 vintage pieces of all shapes, sizes, carats, and colors. One of which is sure to match your betrothed’s preference and style.
1. Obidos Ring
This formidable Obidos Ring comes with a bezel-set diamond (old European cut) weighing 1.25 carats. The stone is surrounded by sapphire and is handcrafted in platinum. The structure also features diamonds on the shoulders.
2. Bulgari Platinum and Diamond Ring
This vintage platinum ring is one of the most fashionable and exquisite rings you can buy. The GIA-certified diamond weighs 2.23 carats, has an E color, and VVS2 clarity. Handcrafted by Bulgari in Italy in 1970, the piece measures 8.42mm x 8.48mm x 5.04mm, but can be resized for free.
3. New York Ring
This stunning halo ring comes with an Asscher cut diamond (GIA-certified) that weighs 1.01 carats. The 0.23-carat halo diamonds accent the center stone, while the shoulders have fleur-de-lis motifs in the single-cut diamond style. The shoulder diamonds weigh around 0.03 carats in total. This ring is handcrafted and features a triple-wire shank with an openwork under-gallery, making it the perfect engagement ring for women who appreciate style and beauty.
4. Towson Ring
This platinum cluster ring comes with a 0.65-carat diamond (old European cut) in the center that is surrounded by an old European cut diamond cluster with an approximate ring weight of around 1.80 carats. This VS2 clarity and J color ring is accentuated with natural caliber emeralds in a halo, weighing around 0.42 carats.
5. Pacific Ring
If you’re looking for stunning platinum engagement rings for women, this Pacific Ring is a great option. The bezel-set emerald cut 0.52-carat diamond is surrounded by French-cut sapphires weighing around 0.66 carats. Each shoulder of the ring is decorated with diamonds, and there’s a triple wire platinum shank for additional beauty.
6. Medford Ring
This fabulous engagement ring dates from the 1935 Art Deco era. It’s a diamond halo ring that centers on an old European-cut diamond measuring 1.75 carats. The diamond has a K color and VS2 clarity. Box prongs hold the center stone and also feature a set of old European cut diamonds with carre cut diamonds surrounding them. The total weight of this ring is 4.29 carats, and it measures around 13.76mm x 14.02mm.
7. Heathrow Ring
This halo engagement ring has an old European cut, VS1 clarity, and L color. The cut weighs 2.25 carats, while the diamond weight is 2.63 carats. Around the center stone lay pave-set round brilliant cut diamonds. This exquisite piece also has marquise-shaped bezels featuring brilliant round diamonds on the shoulders. This ring can be resized for any finger for free.
8. Lakewood Ring
The Lakewood Ring is a marvelous navette-style ring with European cut diamonds in a marquise-shaped top. There are 1.20 carats of I-J diamonds with VS1-SI1 clarity. The Edwardian-era ring is hand-crafted in 18k yellow gold and platinum. The measurements are 18.50 mm x 9.82mm, but the size can be changed free of charge.
9. Ashbourne Ring
This fabulous Edwardian-era ring comes with three old mine-cut diamonds weighing around 0.90 carats. The antique navette-style, platinum-topped piece has an L color and weights approximately 1.05 carats. Its 18k yellow gold dates from the early 20th century.
10. Ruby Floral Ring
This old European-cut engagement ring is one of the most vivid on the list. It features a 1.41-carat diamond with VS1 clarity and K color. The center stone is surrounded by half moon-cut rubies and a diamond halo in floral design. The shoulders also feature diamonds. The 18k yellow gold ring is hand-crafted in platinum and measures 13.90mm x 14.25mm.
11. Pomona Ring
This cluster engagement ring comes with an old European cut diamond in the center that weighs 1.50 carats. The platinum ring in 18k yellow gold’s central stone has I color and VS2 clarity and also features smaller diamonds of VS1-SI1 colors. The measurements for this ring are 12.13mm x 12.26mm.
12. Russellville Ring
This breathtaking Edwardian era antique diamond engagement ring comes with a stunning 1.31-carat diamond in the center in I color and VS1 clarity. The central stone has an old European cut and lays in the middle of old mine-cut diamonds in a floral motif. The overall ring weight is 2.52 carats.
13. Fairfield Ring
This diamond cluster ring comes in an old European cut with prongs, weighing 1.25 carats. A halo of diamonds (also in the old European cut style) surrounds the center stone in a beautiful flowerhead design. The diamonds have VS1 clarity overall and J color and lay on an 18k yellow gold platinum ring.
14. Brighton Ring
This splendid halo engagement ring sports an old mine-cut diamond in a platinum mounting. The center is decorated with a 1.25-carat J color and VS2 clarity antique diamond cut approximately in 1915. The ring measures 11.65mm x 11.75mm but can be resized to fit any finger for free.
15. Teterboro Ring
The Teterboro Ring is an Edwardian-era engagement ring with an antique diamond cluster inside a dome-shaped platinum mounting. The central diamond weighs 1.08 carats, has SI1 clarity, and I color. There are also old mine cut diamonds clustered around the central diamond. The piece dates from 1910 and has hand engravings on the shank for added beauty.
16. Geneva Ring
This beautiful engagement ring features an old European cut diamond stone in a bezel set and weighs 1.09 carats. The diamond has VS1 clarity and K color. There are also additional diamonds for decoration inside a natural onyx geometric halo. The ring dimensions are 14.85mm x 13.55mm.
17. Smithfield Ring
The Smithfield is an Art Deco ring dating from 1925. It comes with a bezel-set, old European cut, 1.73-carat diamond with VS1 clarity and K color. The dome mounting housing the central stone has open-work filigree and features single-cut diamonds. There are hand engravings featuring floral and leaf motifs.
18. Nouveaux Ring
The Nouveaux Ring dates from the 1920 Art Deco era and comes with a 1.17-carat central diamond in an old European cut. The ring has filigree as well as old European cut diamond decorations. The central piece has a J color and VS1 clarity, while the overall ring measurements are 7.70mm x 7.20mm.
19. Arca Ring
This geometric diamond ring houses an old European cut 1.00-carat diamond. The octagonal diamond halo surrounds the central stone, while there are also single old European cut diamonds on each shoulder.
20. Sulham Ring
This wonderful Sulham ring hosts a 1.30 diamond with an antique cushion cut, VS2 clarity, and K color. The bezels are square-shaped and surround the central stone with caliber emeralds. The ring also has a detailed under-gallery, while its overall dimensions include 10.05mm x 9.56mm.
21. Swiss Ring
The Swiss Ring is one of the most impressive pieces from our collection. It has a stunning 4.12-carat central diamond in an old European cut. The ring dates from 1950 and is a perfect engagement ring for a bride with style. The accenting baguette-cut diamonds weigh 0.30 carats.
22. Tenby Ring
This lovely ring features a Marquise-cut diamond that weighs 1.30 carats and is surrounded by a row of diamonds that follow its shape. Each shoulder features a diamond bezel with two engraved lines that run down the shank. A woman who loves vintage platinum engagement rings and appreciates elegance will most certainly adore this piece.
23. Melrose Ring
This lively Melrose ring is perfect for stylish and charismatic ladies. The central diamond weighs 2.38 carats and has a K color and VS1 clarity. The stone is bezel-set and features an old European cut. A pave-set halo of round brilliant cut diamonds surrounds the center stone for impressive beauty and elegance.
24. Curel Ring
If you’re looking for a truly unique Art Deco engagement ring, this Curel Ring is certainly worth exploring. The 2.24-carat central diamond in an old European cut is set in prongs and surrounded by a caliber French cut sapphire halo. The ring mounting has floral filigree motives and is decorated with single-cut diamonds and milgrain.
25. Cascais Ring
The Cascais Ring is one of the most stunning prong-set platinum solitaire engagement rings you can find. The 3.14-carat central diamond comes in handcrafted platinum and is decorated with engravings and diamonds along the shank and shoulders. This formidable ring is sure to knock your better half off their feet.
26. Providence Ring
The antique diamond Providence Ring dates from 1920 and centers a 2.90-carat diamond in an antique cushion cut with K color and VS1 clarity. The under-gallery comes with open-work decorations, while the shoulders are ornamented with antique cut diamonds.
27. Regal Ring
The Regal Ring is a beautiful 2.33-diamond, SI2 clarity, and I color engagement ring that will make a long-lasting impression. The central diamond is surrounded by a halo of natural sapphires as well as four diamonds in the old European cut on the shoulders.
28. Lisbon Ring
The Lisbon Ring is the piece of jewelry to get if you want to surprise your better half with an elegant engagement ring. The combination of diamonds and a double halo of sapphires is sure to make a statement no matter where you go. The 1.58-carat central diamond comes in J color and VS1 clarity, with an under gallery that hosts intricate open work filigree.
29. Harewood Ring
The Harewood ring is a stunning gift for a woman who appreciates the combination of sapphires and diamonds. The central old European cut diamond weighs approximately 2.82 carats and is surrounded by natural blue sapphires for a truly unique combination of beauty and elegance for every occasion.
30. Deansgate Ring
This fantastic bezel-set diamond engagement ring features three stones and weighs 3.14 carats. The emerald cut comes in I color and VS2 clarity. The centerpiece is flanked by two diamonds in a bullet shape that give this ring a sophisticated and luxurious look.
31. Boudry Ring
Here’s yet another Art Deco era ring that’s sure to make a statement. The old mine cut diamond in the middle weighs 3.90 carats and has a K color and VS2 clarity. The shoulders have two bezel-set antique baguette cut diamonds for added elegance and style.
32. Arvada Ring
The Arvada Ring is a beautiful 1.49-carat diamond ring in Art Deco style. The old European cut diamond has an I color and VS2 clarity. The center stone is surrounded by geometric lace openwork and a pave-set halo of old European cut diamonds. This is a perfect ring for an elegant lady who appreciates Art Deco jewelry.
33. Bryant Park Ring
This stunning geometric ring screams luxury and sophistication. It has a 6.04-carat antique cushion cut diamond with J color and VS1 clarity. It has two rows of round diamonds that form a halo around the central stone. There are also natural sapphires on the ring’s sides for a unique style and authentic touch.
34. Bridgewater Ring
This diamond solitaire ring comes with an oval rose cut in prongs and is a perfect gift for ladies who appreciate rose color. The 1.35-carat central stone with VV2 clarity and E color is surrounded by micro-pave round diamonds lining the shoulders of the ring and spreading down the shank.
35. Eura Ring
This delicate ring is made for an elegant lady who appreciates floral design in combination with diamonds. The 1.21-carat central diamond in the old mine cut comes with K color and VS2 clarity. The central part is surrounded by a formidable cluster of old-cut diamond halo decorated with delicate milgrain.
36. Addison Ring
This Addison Ring is one of the oldest platinum pieces on this list. It dates back to the circa 1880 Victorian era and features a magnificent antique cushion cut diamond with 1.52 carats, VS2 clarity, and K color. The stone sits in the middle of the double old European cut diamond halo weighing 2.40 carats.
37. Bloomsburg Ring
This Edwardian ring features a 2.13-carat diamond in the center and French-cut sapphires that make it a perfect engagement ring for a sapphire-loving lady. The ultimate elegance and sophistication of this ring will make sure your bride-to-be makes an entrance wherever she goes.
38. Finchley Ring
This breathtaking diamond ring is GIA certified and comes with a 1.00-carat central diamond with VS1 clarity and H color. The design is perfect for women who adore diamond halo jewelry with fleur-de-lis motifs. There’s also fine milgrain decoration on the ring.
39. Hudson Ring
The Hudson Ring is a truly exquisite engagement ring that any bride-to-be will appreciate. This 5.91-carat diamond ring is surrounded by a halo of emeralds and fine milgrain for a sophisticated look and elegance.
40. Halifax Ring
If your better half appreciates yellow gold rings with old European cut diamonds, look no further than the Halifax Ring. The 2.50-carat diamond in the center was handcrafted circa 1900, making it one of the older rings on the list.
Platinum vs. White Gold: Which Is Better?
If you’re looking for authenticity and rarity, look no further than platinum rings. They are naturally white, keep their sheen over time, and are also more expensive. Platinum isn’t mixed with alloys like white gold to maintain its color. That’s one of the reasons why platinum rings can be up to 50% more expensive, but the price difference is well worth it.
For a complete guide on platinum vs. gold, feel free to read our authoritative article.
Shopping Tips for Platinum Rings
If you wish to surprise your loved one with a platinum ring, be sure to follow the tips below for a perfect shopping experience.
1. Pick the Right Jeweler
The crucial tip is to only shop from trustworthy brands. Estate Diamond Jewelry is a verified seller of platinum rings offering certificates and detailed information about every ring.
2. Look for the Right Qualities
You want to go for platinum rings with high purity. If you run across a 95% pure platinum ring, consider it a worthwhile choice, even though it will be more expensive.
3. Confirm Purity Percentage
Always look for the hallmark on the inside of the ring to make sure the purity percentage is correct.
4. Learn About Alloys
The purest platinum rings (95%) are most often alloyed with ruthenium or cobalt. Some rings may be alloyed with iridium, which is a more affordable metal and can scratch easily.
5. Go for Handcrafted Filigree
Filigree rings are delicate and often prefabricated in the casting process. You want to look for hand-drawn wire filigrees that are sculpted and soldered into one piece.
6. Ask for the Certification
A platinum ring at a price should also have a tamper-proof quality assurance card. This is further proof that your ring is certified and well worth the investment.
Talk to an Expert Jeweler
Hopefully, you now have an idea on the best platinum engagement ring for your soon-to-be fiancée. We’ve included just enough rings to guide you. All you have to do now is make up your mind about the final design and pop the question!
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