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.


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.


An openwork band ring with white sapphires


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!)


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.


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.


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

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