The Edwardian style of engagement ring was made between 1901 and 1910. Rings from this time period are known for being delicate and feminine, often with a lacy design. Gold and colored gemstones were used during the Edwardian period, but it is best known for the rise of diamond and platinum engagement rings. The designs of this era included garlands, moons, stars, and flowers. Other gemstones used in engagement rings included rubies, black opals, sapphires, and peridots.