Mode just released a video chronicling a century's worth of the most popular engagement ring styles by decade.
In the 1910s, a simple solitaire diamond set in a yellow gold band was very European and very fashionable.
But the Roaring '20s meant a rise in striking, Edwardian-style jewelry.
The 1930s saw glamorous, intricate art deco themes in both architecture and rings.
Forties brides loved the relatively new white gold, as well as vintage Edwardian styles.
Fast-forward to the 1960s, when the postwar boom increased the popularity of platinum.
Baguettes are delicious, and so are the ones flanking the round-cut diamond in this positively '80s setting.
The '90s saw everyone clamoring over chic radiant-cut gems.
And right now, halo settings are all the rage — but you knew that from your Facebook feed.
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Which decade has your favorite style?