Engagement rings at every price

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Engagement rings at every price

Perfect for lacy wedding dresses: it's smooth enough not to snag.

Soverign Band, $650, Get It Here

What's better than a cluster of diamonds? A cluster of diamonds shaped like a flower!

1/4 Carat T.W Diamond Flower-Halo Engagement Ring in 10K White Gold, $279, Get It Here

If you're looking for something less blingy.

Teardrop Diamond Ring, $990, Get It Here

Just the right blend of traditional and tough.

Diamond Engagement Ring 3/8 CT TW Round-Cut 10k White Gold, $799, Get It Here

Looks like it was lifted form a fairy.

1930s Art Deco approximately .20CT European Cut Diamond Ring in 14K Yellow Gold, $525, Get It Here

Just the right mix of color and texture.

1/2 CT TW White & Heat Treated Yellow Diamond Engagement Ring, $1,196, Get It Here

There's a super-sweet message hidden in this one: the infinity sign symbolizes forever.

Diamond Bow Ring, $2,250, 1909 By Erica Weiner, Get It Here

Formerly owned by a girl with finger waves and Clara Bow lips?

Vintage Art Deco Engagement Ring, $2,100, Get It Here 

Dusty rose and soft champagne are a complementary combo.

Natural Rose Cut Champagne-Red Diamond Ring in 14KT Yellow Gold, $1,495, Get It Here

Possibly the coolest setting ever.

Goujon Triple Ring - Anneau De Dimant (5mm), $1,820, Get It Here 

Between the shape and stone, you get a double dose of diamond.

1 Ct. Certified Marquise Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring in 14K Gold, $3,999, Get It Here

Trimmed with pavé, the center stone looks twice as large.

18K White Gol 3/4CT TDW Engagement Ring (H, S12), $2,600.99, Get It Here

Kinda Kate Middleton-y—and who wouldn't want that?!

Aquamarine Halo Ring, $2,495 - $2,930, Get It Here

A simple band is best for highlighting big diamonds.

Half Moon Diamond Engagement Ring in Platinum, $4,500, Get It Here 

Dozens of mini diamonds make it extra-sparkly.

Diamond Cluster Ring in 14K White GOld (.45 CT T.W.), $3,800, Get It Here

The purple stone, the glittery band, the warm gold setting this one is all about the little details.

18K Rose Gold Purple Spinel Ring with Diamond, $9,975, Irina Ferry, Get It Here

When in doubt, clean and classic is a good way to go.

Leo Artisan Diamond 1 Carat Round-Cut 18K White Gold Ring, $6,999.99, Get It Here

A fresh twist on side stones.

14K White Gold Diamond Three-Stone Halo Ring (2 CT. T.W.), $7,104.30, Get It Here 

The twig motif works well for outdoor weddings.

O'Big Twig Ring with Diamond, $5,800, Bittersweets NY, Get It Here 

Because cushion, princess and round cuts are most common, square really stands out.

Diamon .54CT Princess Halo Ring, $5,815, Get It Here

Even prettier when it's catching light.

Trio Ring, From $12,000, Get It Here

Two small stones on each side balance the large center cut.

Single Stone Emeral-Cut Diamond Engagement Ring, $12,900, Get It Here

At almost 100 years old, it's family heirloom material.

Art Deco Engagement Ring (Old Euro 1.23 CT), $14,500, Get it Here

Don't be afraid to try color!

Sheaves Bauble, $10,500, Get It Here

Sort of badass, but in the loveliest way.

1.75 Carat Round Cut Black Diamond Split Shank 3 Stone Diamond Engagement Ring (I-J Color, VS2 Clarity), $12,569 - $12669, Get It Here

More twinkling facets then you could ever possibly count.

2.05 CT. Yellow Diamond Engagement Ring, $28,350, Bouquet by Leo Schachter, Get It Here

Inspired by Sofia Coppola's wedding dress?

Platinum Ring with an Oval Natural Purplish Pink Sapphire (4.64CTS), $16,2000, Irina Ferry, Get It Here

Sparkly yet understated.

Asscher Cut Ring, $15,400, Get It Here

Emerald, diamond and gold make for a deliciously decadent trio.

Antique Emerald & Diamond Ring (Old Mine 2.58CT), $23,650, Get It Here

Not for shy brides.

Astarte Ring, $19,500, Get It Here

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Can you believe it was only about 15 years ago that engagement ring shopping meant a time-consuming slog from jewelry boutique to jewelry boutique? Thank goodness for the internet; nowadays, it's easy to do all that legwork online.

But if you're really seeking the kind of convenience that the engaged couples of yore never had, skip the Google search and just check out the slideshow above. In it, I've included a diverse mix of both classic and nontraditional engagement rings running from under $1,000 to over $15,000, so you're sure to find something you love at a doable price.

Click through to fully enjoy the benefits of getting married in the 21st century.

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