The Edwardian period, which is also called the Beautiful Era or Belle Epoch, represents a period of extravagant luxury in both jewelry and fashion. The Edwardian period spans from 1901 to 1910, but the designs that originated during this period became immensely popular among customers in 1920.
The true and original Edwardian style in diamonds rings was flamboyant yet traditional. The influence of romance is very evident in the different styles of Edwardian diamond engagement rings. Most of the Edwardian rings contained elaborate filigree patterns, which run along the crown and band of the ring.
In addition to that, diamond ring designers and manufacturers also used multiple numbers of stones in Edwardian diamond rings. Some of the Edwardian rings also featured romantic imagery such as hearts, bows, vines, birds, or flowers in the filigree pattern. The milgrain etchings or edges in these rings add more texture to the diamond ring’s texture.