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7 Stone Diamond Rings

Vintage and Antique Seven Stone Diamond Rings

Explore our fine collection of antique and vintage 7 stone diamond rings for sale. Our collection includes seven stone band rings, seven stone cluster rings and more unusual ring designs all containing seven diamonds.

All of the rings in our inventory are created in precious metals such as platinum and golds, all of which include free global shipping.

Andrew Campbell, using his 40 years’ experience within the antique jewellery industry, handpicks all vintage and antique diamond rings for sale.

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The significance of a seven stone ring lies primarily within its association with the ‘lucky’ number seven, believed to bring good luck and fortune to the wearer. This style of ring is often gifted by partners, reflecting their desire to grant good fortune on the recipient.

Seven stone rings, often identified as half eternity rings, symbolise enduring and eternal love, often making this style of ring perfect for romantic milestones such as engagements or anniversaries. Their symbolic representation of everlasting commitment adds depth and significance to any occasion they commemorate.

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7 Stone Diamond Rings Frequently Asked Questions

Seven stone rings peaked popularity during the Victorian era, a period characterised by a profound appreciation for symbolism. Victorians found great appeal in objects with deeper meanings and highly valued symbolism. On account of this, the popularity of the seven stone rings during this era can be attributed to the Victorian adoration of the rings romantic symbolism.

It is worth noting that acrostic rings were another popular ring style of the Victorian era, which are often comprised of seven stones. An acrostic ring is a romantic 19th century ring style with in which the initials of each gemstone used spells out a word. Seven stone acrostic examples can spell ‘regards’ or more commonly ‘dearest’, using the following formation to spell the romantic nickname: diamond, emerald, amethyst, ruby, emerald, sapphire, tourmaline.

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