The Most Popular Engagement Rings

These timeless rings continue to be best sellers since Bridal Guide hit the newsstands 25 years ago.

By: Naima DiFranco

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  • David Yurman

    David Yurman

    The platinum crossover band of this diamond ring symbolizes endless connection and features pavé diamonds along with David Yurman’s iconic cable design.

    What makes this a classic? “This design says it all. It is strong, elegant and a statement of unity.” —David Yurman

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  • Leo Ingwer

    Leo Ingwer

    Indulge in classic elegance with this round brilliant stone set with pavé diamonds. Platinum ring by Leo Ingwer.

    What makes this timeless? “It is a simple yet elegant look and has been a favorite of brides-to-be for over 70 years.” —Todd Ingwer

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  • Norman Silverman

    Norman Silverman

    A three-stone ring symbolizes the past, present and future. Here, Norman Silverman updates this popular style with myriad pavé diamonds set in platinum.

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  • Chopard


    Set in 18kt white-gold, this emerald-cut diamond ring by Chopard is beloved by many for its larger facets.

    Why is this ring a favorite? “Emerald cuts have long been coveted by fans like Grace Kelly and Angelina Jolie.” —Chopard

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  • Tolkowsky


    This brilliant Ideal Cut diamond by Tolkowsky has been an enduring style for over 90 years.

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  • De Beers

    De Beers

    With its unique pavé diamond and platinum band, this diamond solitaire ring by De Beers honors the timeless tradition of two individuals bound by love.

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  • Tiffany & Co

    Tiffany & Co

    The brilliant cut of this solitaire engagement ring by Tiffany & Co. beautifully enhances the sparkling center of the round diamond.

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The Most Popular Engagement Rings