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Rings and Jewelry Directory

Aaron Faber Gallery

666 Fifth Ave., nr. 53rd St.; 212-586-8411;

This antiques-and-collectibles shop also sells an eclectic mix of contemporary jewelry, with everything from gorgeous vintage engagement rings (from $750) to timeless platinum wedding bands by Christian Bauer and Michael Bondanza (from $950).


853 Madison Ave., at 70th St.; 212-688-1811;

A symbol of the luxurious British lifestyle, Asprey’s A-cut diamond ring ($5,200) makes a glam engagement ring. The Madison Avenue boutique also does custom designs.

Belenky Brothers

91 Grand St., nr. Greene St.; 800-764-6436;

The owners of this sixth-generation family jeweler sell high-end custom and designer pieces. Engagement rings are $1,500 to $500,000; wedding bands are $200 to $40,000.


46 E. 57th St., nr. Madison Ave; 212-308-2900;

These finely detailed, handmade gold wedding bands are popular among women who want a traditional and feminine look, but also something they won’t see all over town. The eye-catching Eternelles line ($7,000 to $40,000) showcases rings so delicate that they look like diamond netting.


730 Fifth Ave., at 57th St. (various locations); 212-315-9000;

Bulgari’s bold, signature style makes for glamorous engagement rings and wedding bands. Some couples opt for the snake-shaped Tubogas bands in place of traditional wedding rings. Engagement rings start at $3,000.


653 Fifth Ave., at 52nd St.; 212-753-0111;

This international jeweler has an ample selection of classic, high-end engagement bands. The signature Trinity ring of rose, yellow, and white gold, first produced in 1924, would make any lady smile. Engagement rings start at $4,200.

Catherine Angiel

43 Greenwich Ave., nr. Seventh Ave.; 212-924-4314;

This West Village boutique carries chic, well-priced reproductions of covetable vintage styles, all designed by owner Catherine Angiel. Prices for engagement rings start at $3,000.


Park Ave., nr. 50th St., in the Waldorf-Astoria (various locations); 212-751-9824;

Specializing in micro-pavé settings and eternity bands, Cellini custom-makes platinum and eighteen-karat-gold engagement rings with white and natural-color diamonds. Stones are available in one to ten carats; from $6,500.

Chanel Fine Jewelry

733 Madison Ave., at 64th St.; 212-535-5828;

The venerable French fashion house has an equally stylish line of fine jewelry. Bridal favorites are the company’s signature "quilted" gold bands as well as the camellia-shaped diamond rings. Prices upon request.


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