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Rings and Jewelry Directory

1stdibs.com

Working with over 1,500 dealers from around the world, this site offers estate, vintage, and fine jewelry from the 20th and 21st centuries. Prices vary.

Aaron Faber Gallery

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

This shop has a selection of contemporary, estate, and artist-made jewelry, with rings and bands starting at $750. Engagement mountings by Michael Bondanza are available, as is a wide array of intricate vintage rings (from $1,000).

Adorn.com

This easy-to-use bridal-jewelry rental service ships a variety of high-end earrings, necklaces, and bracelets to your home for a fraction of the retail price. Floating-diamond drop earrings retail for $10,875, but you pay only $160 to rent them for the big day.

Alexis Bittar

353 Bleecker St., nr. 10th St. (various locations); 212-727-1093; alexisbittar.com

Bold brides love capping their looks with attention-grabbing pieces from Bittar’s signature Lucite line. The edgy, distinctive earrings ($80 to $375) enliven an otherwise all-white ensemble. w (good value)

Alice Kwartler

445 Park Ave., nr. 57th St.; 212-752-3590; alicekwartler.com

This antique- and estate-jewelry store stocks crystal, diamond, platinum, gold, and enamel pieces that date from the 1880s to the present. Don’t be surprised to see vintage Tiffany & Co., David Webb, Buccellati, or Cartier among the baubles and gems.

AnnaSheffield.com

New York City–based Sheffield is the jeweler of choice among in-the-know downtown brides. Those willing to forgo the huge rock love the Hazeline, a ring with a champagne diamond set in yellow gold ($9,900).

Atelier Marisa Perry

154 Prince St., nr. W. Broadway; 212-566-8977; marisaperry.com

This husband-and-wife team offers exceptional micro-pavé work and specializes in crafting some of the thinnest diamond eternity bands on the market, starting at $3,200. They also carry a large collection of vintage-style settings fitted with modern diamonds and can create custom designs.

Belenky Brothers

91 Grand St., nr. Greene St.; 212-674-4242; belenky.com

This sixth-generation jeweler specializes in custom designs and fine gemstones, and its customization demos allow you to preview your ring before ordering. Engagement rings start at $1,500; bands at $200. (good value)

BlueNile.com

This virtual emporium sells a wide variety of engagement rings, wedding bands, men’s accessories, and bridal and fine jewelry. Build your own ring with the help of an expert. Custom engagment rings start at $400.

Cartier

653 Fifth Ave., at 52nd St.; 828 Madison Ave., at 69th St.; 212-753-0111; cartier.com

The iconic French jeweler has an ample selection of classic, high-end engagement rings. The Trinity ring (intertwining rose-, yellow-, and white-gold bands), one of Cartier’s signatures, is an excellent pick for old-soul brides. Engagement rings start at $4,000.

Catbird

219 Bedford Ave., nr. N. 5th St., Williamsburg; 718-599-3457; catbirdnyc.com

Traditional and nontraditional wedding bands and engagement rings by local designers, such as Bittersweet NY, Satomi Kawakita, and Digby & Iona are staples here. Styles range from wallet-friendly gold bands (from $88) to Polly Wales’s bold, wide bands with unevenly set sapphires (from $2,860). (good value)

From the Summer 2014 New York Wedding Guide

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