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Well today we’re talking sapphire art deco rings, and honestly I could post pics of these all day. It’s been a while since we did a jewelry post, especially a “I will never have that….but I need to have that…but I can never have that… but I NEED THAT NOW” kinda jewelry post, so we’re here to fix that. Let’s get all covet-y and green with envy over whomever owns these gorgeous blue stones.

First up, this gem of a gem, and good GOD do I love this ring. It kinda made me feel almost sick to my stomach when I saw it at first? I loved it so much? That actually happened.

Sapphire Art Deco Rings

I’m a sucker for that simple rectangular cut, and I flat out adore this masculine ring, via Lang Antiques. Deep, gorgeous midnight blue sapphire, 2.50 carats and highlighted on each side with twinkling diamond ‘V’ shape shoulders with calibre sapphire triangle motifs and bottom accents.

Sapphire Deco Rings

Next is the unusual piece, it’s got an almost Streamline Moderne quality to it (maybe the bullet-esque shape of the stone?) and it’s weird and I love it.

Streamline Moderne Sapphire Rings


It comes to us via 1stDibs, this gorgeous 12 carat sapphire art deco ring, and it’s strange and lovely, no? It would go perfectly with those earrings from our Something Blue post from a while back…

Streamline Moderne Sapphire Ring

Finally we’ve got another 1stDibs find, this more classical sapphire art deco ring, original hand made filigree platinum and oh-so-lovely, I think we can all agree.

1920s Sapphire Ring

Deco Sapphire Ring


There really is something special about a sapphire. Gorgeous rings, all!

This lovely inspiration shoot features a styled art deco wedding in Kansas City, Missouri at a fabulous vintage venue, The Philips Hotel….

Art Deco Wedding Kansas City

Submitted by Michelle Marie Photographie, this shoot has it all: amazing deco details, gorgeous gowns, handsome groom’s wear, and a truly striking handmade deco headpiece. Click the images below for more detail!

Photographer: Michelle Marie Photographie // Dress Store: J.Lynn Bridal // Veils and headpieces: Waste Not Wear All // Floral Designer: Owens Flower Shop // Cake Designer: The Cakery Bakery // Reception Venue:The Philips Hotel //