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Thinking about an engagement? Look for inspiration from these elusively beautiful wedding ring and engagement ring brands from the most exclusive jewellery brands in the world!

Dear men, who are planning to propose to your ladies, – this list will be especially useful for you!

The most popular engagement and wedding ring brands


The most famous name in the jewellery world. Remember the charming Audrey Hepburn in the classic romantic comedy "Breakfast at Tiffany's"! Tiffany & Co is proud to be the creator of the most popular engagement ring in the world. It has become the symbol of the engagement ring – Tiffany Setting. Its delicate hoop is decorated with a sparkling diamond.

The roots of the brand can be traced back to 1837. The American design house  Tiffany & Co initially gained the attention of the elite, rich people, and even the country's leaders.

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The famous turquoise colour jewellery box also dates back to the last century. Colour with history! It has a great addition to romance – the turquoise tone is also called the "do not forget me" colour, and this tone was chosen as a symbol of the jewellery brand because turquoise was popular in Victorian bridal fashion – ladies gave their loved ones a turquoise brooch in the form of a dove, as a memory of the wedding day.

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This Swiss brand is mainly associated with watches, but it is also one of the leading jewellery brands. The history of the brand can be traced back to the 19th century when it was founded by Louis Cartier. When a special miniature Cartier wristwatch was presented to the Princess of England in 1938, the brand's popularity picked up speed.

The iconic collection of engagement and wedding rings LOVE, created in New York in 1969, is especially noteworthy.

Cartier jewellery is a favourite of the British Royal Family. Megan Markle wore Cartier earrings on her wedding day with Prince Harry, and Kate Middleton wore a Cartier tiara originally worn by Queen Elizabeth on her wedding day.



Continuing with the royal family, the beautiful Naomi Watts, the protagonist of Princess Diana, wore jewellery from the Swiss brand Chopard in the movie "Diana". The history of this jewellery brand also dates back to the 19th century. Like the aforementioned Cartier, Chopard's story began with watches in 1860, when the son of the farmer, Louis Ulysse Chopard, set up a watch workshop.

Especially popular collections of world-famous engagement rings are Ice Cube, Chopard for Love, and Chopard for Ever. Today, Chopard jewellery shines on the red carpets of Cannes and the Oscars ceremony and is worn by celebrities such as actresses Julianne Moore, Lea Seydoux, model Adriana Lima and many more.


Van Cleef & Arpels

Paris and the Eiffel Tower – it sounds endlessly romantic! Paris is also home to the outstanding Van Cleef & Arpels jewellery brand, which offers stunning jewellery – from playful bracelets with pink ladybugs to necklaces with large stones. Van Cleef & Arpels's jewellery is a unique, impressive artwork not found anywhere else. Choosing a gift for your loved one from Van Cleef & Arpels will undoubtedly assure her uniqueness.

The grooms love the Perlée collection rings, which demonstrate the high art of jewellery – they are made of gold pearls, adorned with one or many diamonds.

The brand's jewellery has been worn by style icons and actresses, such as Grace Kelly, Elizabeth Taylor, and Queen Nazli of Egypt.


Sofia Zakia

Unique, romantic, and brave design that makes an impression as it's from another world where fairies live. Mythology and Cosmos are the sources of inspiration for these miraculous jewels. Art, history, stories, engraved words of strength and symbolism – the companions of the rings.

The Sofia Zakia brand was created in 2016 in Montreal by Sofia Ajram. Media giants, Vogue and Forbes, have dedicated articles to her unique work.

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Author: Ieva Krastina

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