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Small and Intimate Rings Are Trending For Brides-to-Be

Emma Stone, Zoe Kravitz and Rooney Mara all chose understated elegance.

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Small and Intimate Rings Are Trending For Brides-to-Be
Rooney Mara wearing her engagement ring at the New York City premier of The Joker.

IT’S ALMOST A tradition to see a celebrity’s bold, blingy engagement ring and have your jaw drop. But recently, there have been a number of hip A-list actresses who prefer their rings more discreet, intimate and personal. Take, for example, Zoe Kravitz’s Georgian-style old mine cut diamond ring, or the charming ring Rooney Mara received from Joaquin Phoenix that debuted on her finger at the New York premier of The Joker. There is also recently engaged Emma Stone, who received a Kataoka Winter Pearl ring from Dave McCary. Feminine with a vintage feel or thoroughly modern, these smaller rings have big meaning for those who receive them.

Small and Intimate Rings Are Trending For Brides-to-Be

Kataoka

Center flower ring with conflict-free diamond in recycled 18K rose gold.

kataoka-jewelry.com

$8,480

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Small and Intimate Rings Are Trending For Brides-to-Be

Jennie Kwon

14K gold with champagne and white diamonds.

jenniekwondesigns.com

$2,266

Small and Intimate Rings Are Trending For Brides-to-Be

Megan Thorne

18K Prima white and yellow gold ring with old mine cut diamond and accent diamonds.

meganthorne.com

$3,410

Beth Bernstein is a published author of three books and jewelry and fashion expert with 18+ years experience. A broad knowledge of the history of jewelry and fashion coupled with a background in "the story", writing, trends, design concepts has earned Beth a proven track record.

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