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Best Engagement and Wedding Rings (Under $5,000) – 2019 Winners

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Best Engagement and Wedding Rings (Under $5,000) – 2019 Winners
Best Engagement and Wedding Rings (Under $5,000) – 2019 Winners

WINNER : Bleu Royale/CrownRing Bridal House

14K yellow gold brushed wedding band with black diamonds (0.65 TCW) and handprinted enamel interior

$3,599

MARC MAJORS: This is a great gents’ wedding band! Very masculine and the black diamonds pop with the brushed yellow gold. I always try to steer my customers to do something different with their wedding bands, and this one would be a fantastic option.

LINDY KAVANAUGH: Absolutely not your average wedding band. I’m a fan of the black diamond look and love it paired with the brushed gold. The enameled interior detail adds a special touch as well.

LAUREN LEVISON: Makes me want to add another wedding ring for my husband’s collection. It is super.

Best Engagement and Wedding Rings (Under $5,000) – 2019 Winners

2ND PLACE : JeweLyrie

Holly ring with emerald-cut center stone and bezel set diamond trio side stones, and Wisteria ring enhancer with signature pirouette twist shank and diamonds in 14K gold

$1,650 set

Best Engagement and Wedding Rings (Under $5,000) – 2019 Winners

3RD PLACE : JeweLyrie

Heavenly Water wedding band with flush-set diamonds (0.385 TCW)

$3,940

RETAILER’S CHOICE AWARD
Best Engagement and Wedding Rings (Under $5,000) – 2019 Winners

K8 JEWELRY

$4,995 set

Bridal set in 18K rose gold with engagement ring featuring 1.15-carat oval peacock blue Montana sapphire and diamonds (0.14 TCW), and wedding bands featuring interlocking elements designed to reduce spinning

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