In the Art Deco period it wasn't uncommon to propose marriage with a ring bearing rich green emeralds among the standard white sparklers.
In This eye-catching aesthetic featured accents of colored stones to liven up “all white” look. Rubies, sapphires, emeralds and black onyx were popular choices to accentuate the geometric aspects of Art Deco jewelry compositions. We daresay the ladies of that era had a hard time turning down the gent who presented her with such a treasure on bended knee. Today, quite a few celebrities are opting to profess their undying love in the same vintage fashion.
Now, have we got a proposal for you. The Mrs. Fitzgerald Emerald Ring holds true to the timeless Art Deco style while managing to hold true to a 1920s price. Two genuine emeralds take their place among sparkling white stones, which in this case are the Ultimate Diamond Alternative™, DiamondAura®, — right on par with the mined species in clarity and color. For when you want to say “I love you”, let this ring do the talking.