37 Dream Engagement Rings You Haven't Seen

You can’t put a price on love. When it comes to setting that love in stone, however, you may have a specific number in mind. You and your partner probably aren't made of money (that's not possible, anyway), and coming to practical financial decisions together is right up there in importance with identifying which setting or gem makes the final cut.
Price-point panic isn't the only thing that makes buying an engagement ring intimidating — just look at all the options! These days, there are more than ever for ready-to-wed folks, especially those with less traditional tastes. Ahead, find 37 dreamy ideas for every budget and style; there's certainly a "yes" among them.
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Under $300
Despite the name, Herkimer diamonds are actually made of double-terminated quartz stone. They shine just as bright, but often without the hefty price tag of an actual diamond.
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Under $300
A ring of gold roses is a unique and romantic.
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Under $300
We love this oxidized silver choice because it's a bit unexpected.
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Under $300
Two gold bands are (sometimes) better than one.
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Under $300
If big stones aren't really your bag, forgo them entirely and find a metal band suited specifically to your sartorial predilections.
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$300 To $500
Open-band rings are having their moment and rightfully so. Delicate stunners like this one are just as special as traditional solitaires.
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$300 To $500
If you can't decide on a single stone you like best, choose a ring with many so that you never have to.
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$300 To $500
This style can be worn as a stacking ring or an engagement ring (or both).
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$300 To $500
A playful silhouette featuring three interlocking rings is perfect for jewelry minimalists.
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$300 To $500
White diamonds or black? Decisions, decisions.
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$500 to $1,000
This stack is your wedding band and engagement ring in one. Worn together, the micropavé triangle and nestled opal rings form a unique, sophisticated shape.
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$500 To $1,000
Rubies, diamonds, and all-seeing eyes.
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$500 To $1,000
Sometimes teensy-tiny rings end up making a big statement.
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$500 To $1,000
You can customize this hexagon-shaped band to your liking — with diamonds on two edges or all the way around.
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$500 To $1,000
This band reads "Je vous donne mon coeur," which means "I give you my heart."
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$1,000 to $2,000
This one-of-a-kind ring from London has three vibrant emberalds nestled in a bed of 26 rose-cut diamonds, all wrapped up in an 18-karat gold setting. Glorious.
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$1,000 To $2,000
Polky diamonds are uncut and without any synthetic enhancement, for the bride who appreciate the beauty in things being rough around the edges.
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$1,000 To $2,000
The black diamonds flanking this emerald-cut solitaire are an unexpected touch.
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$1,000 To $2,000
The perfect token to crown a special relationship milestone.
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$1,000 To $2,000
A traditional pear-shaped diamond is made less so with an asymmetrical bezel setting.
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$1,000 To $2,000
The perfect union of a plain, metal band and a diamond-encrusted one.
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$2,000 To $3,000
If the band's intricate chevron pattern wasn't cool enough, this non-traditional choice features brilliant blue sapphires instead of diamonds in the center.
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$2,000 To $3,000
Here, a rose-gold vine curls around a center diamond encircled with a halo of smaller diamonds.
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$2,000 To $3,000
A ring that looks great worn at any angle.
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$2,000 To $3,000
Aquamarine is a stunning choice for a more unique stone — this setting keeps it looking engagement-y.
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$2,000 To $3,000
Vintage lovers: This late Victorian beauty is in need of a new hand to adorn.
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$2,000 To $3,000
Like something out of a medieval fairytale, this delicate ring houses seven brilliant gray diamonds arranged by size and color.
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$3,000 to $5,000
There's nothing like a claw setting to say "be mine."

Lauren Wolf Yellow Gold and Diamond Engagement Ring, $4, 375, available ay Love Adorned.
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$3,000 To $5,000
Proof that antiquing can yield stunning results.
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$3,000 To $5,000
This square-shaped ring is definitely outside the box.
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$3,000 To $5,000
This brown diamond is a welcome departure from classic white.
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$3,000 To $5,000
A sleek bar ring is a great alternative.
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$5,000 & Up
This ring's product name is "Serena the Swan," which is fitting given it's inherent elegance.
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$5,000 & Up
Conflict-free yellow diamonds and a one-of-a-kind setting; what's not to love?
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$5,000 and up
The intricate rope texture of this Tiffany's ring is truly impressive. And...so is that diamond.
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$5,000 & Up
This violet sapphire ring is a captivating choice for bold brides-to-be.
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$5,000 & Up
This ring is one you'll definitely want to keep in the family for generations to come.
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