3 Unique Engagement Ring Designers To Know

When it comes to finding the perfect engagement ring, the offerings are seemingly endless. From ornate settings and stones to carat sizes and clarity, the engagement ring-buying experience is not one for the faint of heart. 

Don't want to see your ring popping up on the fingers of other brides-to-be? We know that feeling, too. Instead of heading to the big-box jewelry stores to peruse rings, consider these three unique engagement ring designers who create gorgeous, timeless engagement rings that you'll love wearing for years to come.

 Photo credit: Heidi Gibson Designs

Photo credit: Heidi Gibson Designs

Heidi Gibson Designs 

It's safe to say that we fell in love with Heidi Gibson's work after reading the designer's homepage mission statement, which urges us to, "Forget about the cookie-cutter solitaires and the one-size-fits-all halo rings." Bingo! Look to Heidi Gibson for one-of-a-kind art deco-inspired rings that rely heavily on Gatsby-era inspiration. One of our personal favorites? The Waterfall Cambria Ring in rose gold.

 

 Photo credit: Catbird

Photo credit: Catbird

Catbird

Crafted in the heart of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Catbird's engagement rings are eclectic and unique as they come. Not a fan of traditional diamond engagement rings? No problem! Catbird offers engagement rings crafted with moody black diamonds, sapphires, opals and more. Looking for a classic solitaire with a twist? Check out the Champagne Diamond Solitaire Ring.

 

 Photo credit: Anna Sheffield

Photo credit: Anna Sheffield

Anna Sheffield

If ornate, edgy and geometric engagement rings are your jam, look to Anna Sheffield to land on your dream engagement ring. Not only does Anna Sheffield offer up engagement rings in unique settings like small pear, horizontal oval and emerald shapes, but the designer also crafts statement-making rings out of stones like rainbow moonstone, champagne diamonds and rutilated quartz.

EngagedLindsay Scholz