1. Lover’s Knot Gold-Filled Wire Ring, $80
What better way to ask someone to tie the knot?
By Erica Weiner
2. Sterling Silver Open Marquis Ring, $109
This one looks like it could’ve been forged in the woods of Rivendell, which is every person’s dream.
From Amery Carriere
3. Moonstone and Oxidized Silver Ring, $175
Fun fact: if you present a moonstone to your significant other during a full moon, it is supposed to bring everlasting passion to the relationship.
4. Burgeon Multi-Colored Pearl Ring, $195
What’s better than one pearl? Five pearls.
From James Avery
5. 14K Pink Gold and Pyrite Ring, $225
Pyrite’s reflective sheen will blind admirers as much as the shiniest of diamonds.
6. Stacking Sterling Silver and Garnet Rings, $250
Defy convention by wearing two engagement rings, or save one for the wedding.
7. White Topaz Ring, $250
Classic, minimalist, and beautiful in its simplicity.
From Turtle Love
8. Sterling Silver with Onyx Hex Ring, $435
A black stone in an engagement ring says you’re optimistic about love but still a little dark. Mysterious. Deep. You contain multitudes.
9. 18K Gold Signet Ring, $450
This take on a simple band somehow suggests delicacy and utility at once, both sturdy and beautiful.
From Conroy Wilcox
10. 14K Gold and Pearl Ring, $475
A pearl rose! It’s almost too romantic.
11. Colored Topaz and Sterling Silver Ring, $495
An off-center setting for the off-center gal. This one is “inspired by UFOs and all things extraterrestrial” (COOL) and the stone is meant to look like it’s hovering over the band.
By Delfina Delettrez, from Opening Ceremony
12. Peach Pearl and 18K Gold Ring, $550
So warm and regal, how could you not feel like a million dollars wearing this one?
From Maison Birks
13. Emerald and Gold Crown Bezel Ring, $585
It’s a scientific fact that the emerald is the best precious gemstone that exists, and this is such a lovely and delicate way to show it off.
From Steven Alan
14. Quartz and Mother-of-Pearl Teardrop Ring, $595
This is what they call a statement ring.
By Ippolita, at Bergdorf Goodman
15. Antique Etched Floral Platinum Ring, $700
The trailing floral detail on this vintage band, which dates back to 1915, proves that a ring doesn’t need a stone to stand out.
16. Vintage Victorian Onyx Crest Ring, $850
Another bold Onyx choice, this time bigger and with more history — the crest ring is from the Victorian era.
From Trumpet & Horn
17. 18K Gold and Opal Rings, $885
This is another set, which comes with one Ethiopian opal ring and a separate braided band, but the two can easily be worn together for a more textured look.
18. Ruby and 14K Gold Leaves Ring, $900
What is it about nature-inspired engagement rings that is just so appealing? This one can be made to order with any gemstone, though the ruby is particularly delightful.
19. 14K Gold and Amethyst Rosa Ring, $950
Rough cut and rugged, this ring is very real.
20. Gold and Blue Sapphire Claw Ring, $1100
The claw grasp over the deep blue sapphire is a little jarring and intense, but SO CAN BE LOVE.
By Lauren Wolf, at Catbird
21. Pink Tourmaline and 14K Gold Bea Ring, $1200
The colors. Oh, the colors!
By Anna Sheffield, at Roseark
22. Keshi Pearl Ring, $1680
Each keshi pearl is completely unique, with its own color, shape, sheen, and luster, meaning no one in the world will have a ring quite like yours.
From Satomi Kawakita
23. 18K Gold and Rhodolite Garnet Ring, $1725
Rhodolite garnet is supposed to enhance metabolism and sexuality, so this ring is a win for both function and form.
From Greenwich Jewelers
24. 18K Yellow Gold Entrelaces Ring, $3350
Another great symbol of tying the knot, but for a loooooooooooot more money.