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Subtle and delicate, this gold stunner has seven pave diamonds, sure to bring good luck.

A favorite of Christina Aguilera, Stephen Webster's jewelry is original and oh-so-covetable.

Simple and to the point, this ring is a classic with a twist.

Ironic and so adorable, this is a fitting bauble to celebrate your upcoming nuptials.

Made in Turkey, these jewels are nothing short of works of art. Pricey? Yes. Worth it? Absolutely.

Points to your partner for going off the beaten path. From Ere by Repossi, the Italian heritage brand that is headed up by the super-cool Gaia Repossi, this ring is sure to be noticed.

You'll be blown away by the original antique stunner.

Gorgeous and sustainable, Pean is known for creating jewelry that is socially and environmentally conscious.

Love this simple stunner, inspired by the designer's travels to India.

For those of you hankering for something truly original, this vintage beauty is just right.

Your significant other seriously knows what's up if they're looking at any of Fendi scion Delfina Delettrez's incredible one-of-a-kind pieces.

Unexpected and gorgeous.

This simple ring from California-based jewelry designer Cathy Waterman is a symbol of things to come.

This restored vintage piece is pure whimsy.

Classically gorgeous.

Non-traditional and so, so pretty.

This ring also doubles as an ice-skating rink.

For the girl who wants something original.

We love how this ring looks like it came straight from your grandma's jewelry box.

Think of this as an investment for the future—these jewels come straight from India and are meant to be handed down generation after generation.

Nothing better than a cluster of sparkles on your left hand.

Beverly Hills-based jeweler Martin Katz's baubles can be seen on many a red carpet.

The opposite of a traditional solitaire, and we love it.

Dark and stormy and so beautiful.

Made of rose-cut diamonds, this floral beauty makes for a gorgeous engagement ring.

Anything from LA jewelry emporium Roseark gets an ace in our books, and this is no exception.

For the girl who likes to fly under-the-radar.

Some topaz crystals can reach boulder size. This one comes close and we like it.

This purple beauty needs a permanent home on our hands stat.

Conflict-free? Check. Stunningly gorgeous? Check.

Yep, this is actually a slice of a diamond with natural inclusions. Who knew?

Yellow gold, diamonds and a ruby for good measure? Yes, please.

Original, stunning and recession-proof. Your partner will thank us.

This starry ring makes quite a statement.

No need for a wedding band with this attention-grabber.

This scalloped beauty is sweet and simple.

We love downtown jewelry designer Finn and their eclectic pieces.

We think Elizabeth Taylor would have approved of this sparkly bauble.

This deco ring circa 1920 has us swooning.

Moonstone and garnet pair perfectly together.

We love a ring with a history—this one is modeled after the ring worn by the daughter of a pope who carried poison in hers. Romantic? No. Good story? Yes.

Designer Melissa Joy Manning only uses recycled metals and conflict-free stones. We like it.

We imagine a boho gal like Keira Knightley would love this.

We love the mixture of rose and white gold. Oh and that gorgeous stone in the center ain't bad, either.

So fitting for such a sweet occasion.

A ring fit for a princess, but at a wallet-friendly price.

Good enough for Audrey Hepburn? Good enough for us.

Moonstone has that "Wait, what is that?" quality that we love--and at a great price point.

One-of-a-kind and affordable, too.

Garnet is such a romantic color.