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Or call in to the store at 303.573.5049

1417 Larimer Street
Denver, Colorado, 80202
USA

(303) 573 5049

Since 1977, Victoriana has remained, within a 2 block radius, in the heart of LoDo in Denver, Colorado. Currently located at home in Larimer Square since August 2008, visiting is an experience in and of itself. Victoriana reflects a nostalgia not found in any other jewelry stores in the region. Within the century old cases is a hand picked collection of jewelry ranging from gold-filled Victorian bar pins to signed platinum and diamond necklaces from the 1930’s. Proprietors David and Veronica Prebble work with jewelry buyers throughout the world, and the couple travels to jewelry shows to find the best-quality pieces possible. “For the past 200 years, Jewelry has been the highest expression of the various design periods,” David says, “We appreciate well executed design from almost every period.” -Victoria Magazine / February 2010

Wedding Bands

Wedding bands have been worn for centuries to signify one's commitment to a person's spouse. It wasn't until the late 1930's and into the 40's that designers began to design solitaire rings meant to be work with a wedding band as a second ring. Before the implementation of stacking these two rings, most women only received one or the other, and many men worn a family signet ring on their right pinky finger which they moved to their left pinky finger upon marriage. These tradition vary across cultures, countries and times, but keep those things in mind when pondering the history of your ring and what you are searching for because sometimes a specific engagement ring just wasn't intended to be worn with a band at all. 

Deco wedding ring

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Deco wedding ring

350.00

An 18 karat white gold wedding band. Deco, c. 1920's, engraved with the names "Nat to Anna"

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