Old Meets New Collection

Posted by Angeline Weiss on

When old intersects new, magic is made. With the newest collection, we have encapsulated just that - vintage romance, meets modern whimsy. The Old Euro collection has completely redefined what a timeless piece of jewelry is. Using century-old European cut diamonds in modern settings and modern cut gems in vintage settings, this line of rings is truly one-of-a-kind.

Let's go back, WAY BACK...

Between the 1890s and 1930s, Old European Cut diamonds were 100% hand cut making them each completely unique, with its own story to tell. Mother nature created, human hands perfected, these intricately crafted gems were specifically made to shine in candlelit settings, which is why they were cut with dispersion or “fire” of multicolor reflections always in mind. This is the main feature and cut differentiation which distinguishes an Old European Cut diamond from a Modern Round Brilliant Cut diamond; the more widely popular gem used in modern jewelry for its sparkle and brilliance and cut mostly for fluorescence light to show its best features. 

Did you know....

With current machine and tool precisions, Modern Cut diamonds can be stylized to look like Old European Cut diamonds, made using modern techniques and wanting to look like an old cut diamond! Yet another reason why these authentic Old European Cut diamonds are a true rarity!

Last but not least...Role switch!

With sustainability and eco-friendliness in mind, Kasia decided to hold on to the original vintage settings and give them a new life with stones that feel more appropriate and bring modern feel out of perfectly vintage settings! You'll find modern cut onyx laid in antique platinum and 18k white gold settings, made to reinvent heirlooms for generations to come. The hand-etched, intricately detailed and most importantly original settings really speak to the soul that these pieces carry and can continue to be carried on.

We invite you to take a peek into this collection’s vintage meets modern feel and fall in love as if it was 1920 mixed with all things new!

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