Three Fabulous Engagement Rings from ABC’s The Bachelorette

Forget the hunky contestants — we’ve been tuning in for the bling. See our top ring picks from past seasons of The Bachelorette (and find out how to get the look for yourself!).

Photo: Neil Lane
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Jillian Harris and Ed Swiderski

Celeb jeweler Neil Lane designed Jillian's ring, which featured a 2.05-carat pear-shaped center stone surrounded by six baguette-cut diamonds in a platinum setting. The two announced their engagement in July 2009, only to call it quits about a year later.
Photo: Sylvie Collection
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Get the Look: Pear-Shaped Engagement Ring

A unique pear shape is worth showing off -- Similar in design, but bigger in size, this Sylvie Collection ring will have everyone talking.
Photo: Neil Lane
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Ashley Herbert and J.P. Rosenbaum

Out of the six rings that Neil Lane created for Ashley's suitors, it was J.P.'s final pick -- a 3.5-carat, central cushion-cut diamond, finished with 162 smaller hand-set diamonds -- that followed the final rose.
Photo: Jeff Cooper
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Get the Look: Double Band Engagement Ring

Get the look: While it's not an exact match, the double bands on this Jeff Cooper ups the wow factor.
Photo: Neil Lane
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Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez Engagement Ring

In a much-anticipated finale, Roberto proposed to Ali with a 3.03 center Asscher-cut diamond dazzler, accented with 184 round brilliant cut diamonds. The eye-popping bling, wasn't enough to keep the two together -- they announced they were ending their relationship after just 18 months.
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Get the Look: Art Deco Engagement Ring

This Tacori ring features a similar timeless design, but with a more structured aesthetic.

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