JEWELRY | 8 DESIGNER ENGAGEMENT RINGS FOR THE ULTIMATE HOLIDAY PROPOSAL

We’re well into holiday engagement season, and couples all over the world are either getting engaged or anxiously waiting to hear that magical question. (“Will you marry me?” – Obviously.) Of course, many engagement rings have already been selected ahead of time; but for those who have left ring shopping until the last minute – or anyone who has yet to find the perfect rock – these eight designer engagement rings are sure to help create the ultimate holiday proposal.

Forevermark

As a brand belonging to the renowned De Beers Group, Forevermark engagement rings uphold the sentiment that “a diamond is forever.” A classic emerald cut diamond by Forevermark is more than enough to commemorate a holiday proposal – and possibly be handed down for generations to come.

A princess cut canary yellow engagement ring is perfect for the bride-to-be who loves tradition, but with a showstopping twist.

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Jean Dousset

As the great-great-grandson of Louis Cartier, it’s no surprise that Jean Dousset has been curating exquisite handcrafted engagement rings since 2008. This oval cut diamond set in a rose gold band couldn’t be more apropos for a Christmas or New Year’s Eve engagement.

A single brilliant round stone is engagement ring perfection. It’ll look like she’s wearing a star on her finger.

Cushion cut diamonds with a pave setting is the preferred engagement ring pick for many brides-to-be. This version by Jean Dousset is sure to leave her speechless.

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Tiffany & Co.

Few names are as synonymous with engagements as Tiffany & Co. (We all know that if it comes in a little blue box, it’s going to be good.) “Pretty in pink” doesn’t even begin to describe the beauty of this engagement ring.

For the bride who loves a pop of color, an emerald engagement ring encrusted with diamonds is a stunning holiday engagement option.

A classic emerald cut stone with pave diamonds will always be a timeless engagement ring pick.

 

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