29 Unique Engagement Rings For San Francisco Brides

Shopping around for an engagement ring isn't as easy as waltzing up to a counter, spotting the perfect sparkler, and calling it a day. It takes time to familiarize yourself with different styles, cuts, and designers. And, while some folks may know exactly what they want, others not so much.

The bottom line is, if you're looking for something unique, you might want to do some digging. Or, you could let us do it for you. We've rounded up 29 stunners that range in price and style, and they're all available right here in the Bay. There's a little something in here for everyone — all you need to do is click through and pick a favorite.

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Designer Sarah Swell gets the importance of infusing classic pieces with the unexpected; this fern-like band was inspired by one of her favorite hiking trails.
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Bliss Lau's designs never disappoint. The pavé sapphires in this ring add a nice touch of color, while the smoky quartz gives it an architectural feel.
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This MANIAMANIA ring with a quartz crystal centerpiece is just the right marriage of edgy and romantic — perfect for the quirky bride who's looking for something timeless.
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Why buy a new ring when you can score an Edwardian antique? This vintage cluster ring is a total showstopper.
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Does it get any sweeter than interlocking hearts made of turquoise and pearl?
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This ring houses a whopping 32 diamonds in oxidized silver. Yep, we've never seen anything like it, either!
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With a design inspired by the movement of the sun, this hexagon diamond ring by Vale is out-of-this-world gorgeous.
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This dainty moon-shaped ring may be small and understated, but it still makes a major statement.
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There's no denying the beauty of this ring's rose-cut natural sapphire with a pinkish hue — and the hand-carved art deco casing is totally on point.
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If big and sparkly isn't your cup of tea, check out this simple band by Gabriela Artigas. So. Many. Black. Diamonds.
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Because classic, princess-cut diamonds just don't do it for everyone.
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Minimalist? Yes. Gorgeous? You bet.
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This powerful beauty by Lauren Wolf is the kind of ring you'll be happy to wear forever and ever.
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There's nothing basic about this treasured antique ring from Metier. It's over-the-top in the best way possible.
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For the art deco fans in the house — we think we've found your match.
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Not so mellow yellow.

Melissa Joy Manning Rutilated Diamond Ring With Yellow Halo, $5,110, available at Melissa Joy Manning.
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This black-gray diamond really pops against a rose-gold band.
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We fell head over heels for this triangular beauty from Melissa Joy Manning.
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Mixed metals and a honker sapphire, FTW.
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Why have just one band when you can have five?
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A ring fit for a queen.
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We love the double halo of diamonds and the big, blingy center of this vintage jaw-dropper.

D&H Sustainable Jewelers Antique Old Mine Cut Rose Gold Ring, $10475, available at D&H Sustainable Jewelers.
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Hello, gorgeous! Topping an ornate band, the geometric diamonds and rubies feel modern and fresh.
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There's something so special about this Corey Egan ring. Maybe it's that enormous black diamond.
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From the unique shape to the striking blue sapphire, this is the kind of vintage piece you dream about.
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While the shape is surprising, the subtle elegance in this pretty Endswell ring is, well, endless.
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Circle of love.

Mary Ray Organic Circle Ring, price upon request, available at Manika Jewelry.
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It's all about that textured band.
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This multicolor rose-cut and cube diamond band is a work of art.
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