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Set with an emerald and diamonds, this 18-karat yellow gold ring is designed to be worn alone or paired with a curved diamond band.
Consider yourself a black swan? Go with a black diamond, the alternative to white with the same amount of strength. The rose-cut center calls back to a vintage style.
Simple and unassuming, this ring is perfect for that effortlessly cool friend — we all have one. The slim band design is ideal for creating a unique stack.
Morganite has been hot on the engagement circuit for a few years now. Named after J.P. Morgan (fun fact), this durable pink stone makes a stunning center for any ring.
Blend tradition with contemporary and sport this Jennie Kwon ring. A champagne diamond center is offset by deco details on the side.
From the Tiffany Soleste collection, this ring features two rows of pave diamonds and an aquamarine center. Birthstone or not, this blue stone makes for a beautiful reminder of your love.
Designed specifically as an alternative engagement ring, this Anna Sheffield creation has a "diamond" center made from solid rose gold. A real black diamond dots the bottom to give the classic look a little more edge.
This best-selling eternity band from Suzanne Kalan features signature white diamond baguettes. Forget the center — this ring makes a statement all its own.
Tanzanite makes a great choice when going for the heirloom style. This cocktail ring looks even better when paired with a rose gold band.
Go big with this 2.33 carat rustic diamond ring from Grace Lee. A slender 1-millimeter band falls in line with the trendy delicate look.
Brooklyn-based Mociun makes plenty of engagement-worthy designs. This handmade ring melds a Colombian emerald with clusters of black and white diamonds. Stack it up to create a one-of-a-kind look.
Opals and diamonds go so well together — just like you and your boo. Whether you add another band or wear it solo, there's no threat of blending in with a ring like this.