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The Best Engagement Rings

Sure, committing to one person forever – for births, deaths, holidays, jobs, box sets, tricky interior design choices – is definitely a big decision. But do you know what’s perhaps even more difficult? Finding a ring you like so much you’re happy to wear it day in, day out, for the rest of your life. Now that really is a significant commitment. There’s a lot of engagement rings out there, so we’ve made life a bit easier by rounding up the very best of the bunch. Whether you just want a diamond big enough to sink the Titanic, or something a little bit different on your finger, here are the best engagement rings on the market right now.

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    Sussex-based jewellery designer Annoushka Ducas is known for her intricate, stackable pieces, and her new bridal line Love & Commitment is no different. These floral-inspired diamond rings can be worn together or separately – and mean you can build your collection at every anniversary or momentous occasion.

    100% recycled 18-carat white gold and GIA-certified diamond trilogy cocktail ring, £12,000.

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  • Boodles

    For a classic diamond (or several), it doesn’t get much better than Boodles. This romantic Petal ring features a round-brilliant cut diamond with a contemporary diamond shoulder design, set in platinum.

    Petal diamond ring, £POA.

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    Historic London jeweller Hancocks is the place to go for a one-off vintage ring. This beautiful antique ring dates back to the 1920s, with an exquisite and vivid rectangular cushion-cut ruby surrounded by two rows of diamonds. Truly timeless and utterly unique.

    Antique Burma ruby and diamond double cluster ring in platinum, £19,500.

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  • Theo Fennell engagement ring

    Theo Fennell

    You know you’ll always get something highly original from London jeweller Theo Fennell, and this ornate Blossom ring is no different. It features an oval tanzanite stone alongside delicate carved flowers embedded with diamonds.

    Tanzanite and diamond Blossom ring, £4,950.

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    Sophie Breitmeyer

    The granddaughter of one of the founders of De Beers, you could say that fine jewellery runs in Sophie Breitmeyer’s blood. After graduation from Central St Martins, she won the Bright Young Gem Award and was named as a ‘new talent to watch’ by Vogue Italia. She styles herself as a ‘modern family jeweller’, with word-of-mouth recommendations meaning she now works with family members spanning generations.

    18 carat yellow gold champagne pique diamond trilogy engagement ring, £2,400.

  • Tasaki

    Nobody combines pearls and diamonds quite like Tasaki. The Japanese fine jeweller is known for its high fashion, avant-garde designs, which perfectly match the brilliance of diamonds with the purity and lustre of pearls. An engagement ring with a difference.

    Cascade ring by Tasak Atelier in white gold, south sea pearl and diamonds, £16,000.

  • vashi engagement ring


    This elegant oval cut diamond is truly timeless. You can choose between bands of white gold, yellow gold, rose gold and platinum, as well as your carat size.

    Oval halo engagement ring, from £1,797.

  • Garrard

    Founded in 1735, it doesn’t get much more timeless than Garrard. This Signature ring comes in 18-carat rose gold set with round white diamonds. One you’ll be happy to wear forever.

    Signature ring, £POA.

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    Bucherer Fine Jewellery

    If modern elegance with a twist is what you’re after, then head to Bucherer Fine Jewellery. This rose gold, fancy yellow and fancy brown diamond ring is a beautiful, unique choice.

    18-carat rose gold and diamond ring, £5,400.


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    Coloured stones in engagement rings are making a comeback, and this Solitaire 1895 ring would be a pleasure to wear forever. It’s set with an emerald-cut emerald and paved with brilliant-cut diamonds. Exquisitely simple and elegant.

    Solitaire 1895 emerald and diamond ring, £POA.

  • Tiffany engagement ring


    Back in 1886, Tiffany released its first solitaire diamond engagement rings, setting a trend that lasts to this day. It doesn’t get much more enduring than this dazzling Tiffany Setting ring.

    The Tiffany Setting engagement ring in platinum, from £1,550.


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    Making everything by hand in the Antwerp atelier, the expert craftsmen at Baunat can have your ring made and delivered to you within seven days. What’s more, each piece is made from either 18-carat gold or platinum, and set with 100% natural and conflict-free diamonds certified by GIA, HRD or IGI.

    Entourage ring in 18-carat white gold, £4,220.

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