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These Royalty and Runway-Inspired Engagement Rings Are Fit for a Princess

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These Royalty and Runway-Inspired Engagement Rings Are Fit for a Princess

A gown from the Amsale collection during Bridal Fashion Week in New York, April 2018. / PHOTO COURTESY OF REX/SHUTTERSTOCK

In anticipation of Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding, bridal designers sent gowns with an air of nobility down the runways. But like the new Duchess of Sussex’s gown, there were also simpler looks that relied on their cut for elegance.  As for accessories, heads were crowned in everything from flowers to diamonds. For jewelry, this translates into mixed metal and natural colored diamond tiara-inspired pieces, as well myriad versions of three-stone rings. 


These Royalty and Runway-Inspired Engagement Rings Are Fit for a Princess

Karen Karch

Invincible Crown ring with Invincible Tiaras bands on each side, featuring 18K white and blackened gold with 1.27-carat brilliant cut natural gray diamond surrounded by a small diamond and larger pear-shape diamond bands. 

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$2,450 (central ring), $2,400 (smaller diamond band) and $3,700 (large diamond band)

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 These Royalty and Runway-Inspired Engagement Rings Are Fit for a Princess

Lauren Wolf

One-of-a-kind 18K white gold three-stone pear shape diamond ring with a 1.85-carat champagne diamond center and matching 1.23-carat champagne diamond sides. 

laurenwolfjewelry.com

$18,000


These Royalty and Runway-Inspired Engagement Rings Are Fit for a Princess

Megan Thorne

Floral tiara band with diamonds. 

meganthorne.com

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$1,375

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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