Nothing says old world romance like antique wedding bands. If you have a taste bud for historical things, an antique wedding band would be the perfect choice for you.
When in the market shopping for antique jewelry, it’s important to do a little research and find the store that’s least likely to sell you fake antiques. In order for a wedding band to be considered antique, it needs to be at least fifty years old. If it’s more recent than that, the piece will actually be considered as estate jewelry.
There are a number of terms used to describe antique jewelry. When you see a band labeled Victorian, Edwardian, Georgian, Vintage, Art Deco, Art Retro, or Art Nouveau, you’ll know that they are referring to periods of popular antique. However, there are numerous antique replicas and reproductions that are also very nice and serve as a much affordable alternative to the real thing.
You can get beautiful antique diamond bands, bands with other precious or semi precious gemstones, two tone golden bands. The possibilities are unlimited!