Wednesday, September 21, 2011

1930s wedding bands

1920s-1930s wedding bands are just about the prettiest things. Here is an ad for bands from my 1932 Fort Dearborn catalog. I recently listed a sterling version of these platinum/white gold bands in the shop. It has the same "blossom and baguette" design as the advertised rings in the right column - so sweet! I wish I could find a dozen more like this one.


BaronessVonVintage said...

These are so delicate and amazing!

rebecca s. said...

how wonderful to see that vintage ad!

my wedding band and engagement ring are both very similar to the sterling one you show above, only in platinum. to think it only cost about $30 bucks in the 1930s. my husband might die if i tell him.

RockRushIndia said...

Wedding band rings are a symbol of commitment, a bond, a promise, it symbolized the end of one's loneliness when we are talking about the likes of wedding rings and heart-shaped valentine gift rings.

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