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Artcarved Bridal stackable polished band

 

Artcarved Bridal

Stackable polished band with rose cut diamond petals, $845

rada sahney:

This ring is both fun and flirty. Whether worn alone or paired with a classic band or other ring, this ring is a fantastic price point for bridal.

katerina perez:

This ring is of elegant beauty that will appeal to a wide audience.

debbie klein:

This ring is right on trend for “alternative” bridal as it’s delicate and feminine, but it also would appeal to someone looking for a traditional style ring or one with a vintage feel. The rose cut stones provide a great presence for a very reasonable price. Its softly curved and open form would be flattering on anyone.

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Marisa Perry Atelier band in 18K rose gold

 

Marisa Perry Atelier

Band in 18K rose gold with marquise cut diamonds (1.33 TCW), $4,980


Stuller 14K white gold diamond rose cut semi-set engagement ring

Stuller

14K white gold diamond rose cut semi-set engagement ring, $1,219 (center stone not included)


Uneek Jewelry Hope Petal ring

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Uneek Jewelry

Hope Petal ring featuring concentric halos wrapping a 2-carat oval center, $2,400 (center stone not included)

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