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Jewelers Directory

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Catherine Angiel

43 Greenwich Ave., nr. Charles St.; 212-924-4314;

Rock drummer by night, designer by day, Angiel creates vintage-inspired rings and bands in styles that range from traditional to outright outré. The modern black-and-white-diamond cocktail ring strikes a nice balance between the two. Prices upon request.

Creative director Lisa A. Owusu is interested in the energy properties of different gemstones and precious metals. Couples can work with Owusu to create a custom engagement ring or wedding band. Packages start at $4,000.

The Clay Pot

22 Spring St., nr. Mott St; 162 Seventh Ave., nr. Garfield Pl., Park Slope; 800-989-3579;

A favorite of conscientious shoppers, this gallery carries designs by more than 90 independent American craftspeople. Conflict-free Canadian stones are available upon request. (eco-friendly / good value)

Dana Walden Bridal

303 Fifth Ave., nr 31st St., Ste. 603; 347-770-3262;

This studio is run by a husband-and-wife team who creates handcrafted rings using conflict-free gems and recycled metals. The designs are unique, though a preference for contoured bands that set off the finger’s curves is clear. Wedding bands start at $270, engagement rings at $900. By appointment only. (ecofriendly)

David Alan Jewlery

2 W. 45th St., nr. Fifth Ave., Ste. 1403; 212-382-1410;

Schedule a consultation at David Alan’s midtown atelier and you can talk cut and clarity while his craftsmen laser-cut stones and solder metals just feet away. Alan brings 20 years of experience to each custom-made design; his signature is a hidden pink diamond in every piece. Engagement rings begin at $5,000, wedding bands at $2,500.

David Levy Diamonds & Fine Jewels Inc.

36 W. 47th St., nr. Sixth Ave., Ste. 903; 212-398-8952;

This family-owned diamond cutter and jeweler buys rough diamonds overseas and then polishes them in an on-site factory. Engagement rings and eternity bands are custom designed. Prices upon request. By appointment only.

David Yurman

712 Madison Ave., at 63rd St.; 114 Prince St., nr. Greene St.; 212-752-4255;

The ubiquitous designer’s bridal collection includes bands for men and women. Rings adorned with Yurman’s signature cushion-cut stone and cable design abound. Bands start at $295 for women and $325 for men, engagement rings at $4,200.

De Beers Jewelry

777 Madison Ave., nr. 67th St.; 212-906-0001;

This international jeweler is credited with inventing the engagement ring with its 1947 “A Diamond Is Forever” campaign. The Adonis Rose collection (from $3,850) is a more romantic alternative to the Aura line (from $1,800), which showcases a central solitaire within a flawlessly crafted halo of smaller stones.

The Diamond Co.

62 W. 47th St., nr. Sixth Ave., 12th fl.; 212-819-0336;

This third-generation family-run jeweler stocks all the traditional bridal styles in just about every size, shape, and price range, from $1,100 eternity bands to $150,000 stunners. By appointment only.

Donna Distefano Ltd.

37 W. 20th St., nr. Sixth Ave., Ste. 1106; 212-594-3757;

Distefano’s award-winning jewelry collection features diamond and colored-gemstone rings that are handmade with fair-trade gems and sustainable precious metals. Prices from $900. By appointment only. (ecofriendly)

Doyle & Doyle

412 W. 13th St., nr. Ninth Ave.; 212-677-9991;

A go-to source for covetable diamond, pearl, and antique jewelry, this shop has a huge array of vintage engagement rings, including Art Deco designs and European-cut diamonds. (good value)