Today's ring finds are all fromEtsy,and they get major Save the Date props for being unique,beautifulandaffordable.

A rose gold ring with a teeny solitaire diamond

This dainty engagement ring with a .10 carat stone is nothing showy,but it sure is pretty.If you're not a rose gold person (I am—I love how warm it looks against my skin),the band can be customized in white or yellow gold too.

$295 fromblancamonrosgomezatetsy.com

A raw-looking sapphire ring

Those looking to go the way of thenot-diamond engagement blingwill love this smoky-blue colorsapphirein a hexagon-cut.The chunky setting says bold and modern while the stone screams originality.

$400 fromonestonenewyorkatetsy.com

An openwork band ring with white sapphires

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Why settle for one diamond when you can get five white sapphires (or other gemstones of your choosing)?This feminine-style yellow gold ring is gorge and a great choice for couples seeking to save money by buying one ring that doubles as an engagement ring and wedding band (smart people,smart!)

$477 fromsilverwoodsatetsy.com

A diamond ring with a hammered band

This quirky ring a conversation piece.While it's probably not for those girls secretly hoping to announce their engagement to everyone and their mother by virtue of a quick glance at the ring finger,it's got definite personality and an excellent design.

$490 fromartsgalleryatetsy.com

A rectangular-shape,petite diamond trio ring

Groupings of three diamonds are a common motif on engagement rings,but this setting offers a way different approach with diamonds are inset into a rectangular bar.I'm liking the fresh contrast of gold and silver metals too.

$255 fromJewelerOnTheRoofatetsy.com

Ladies: Which of these engagement rings do you like best?Would you buy a handmade ring?Discuss!

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