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Finding beautiful engagement rings for $45000 can be difficult; in addition to the bride’s style, your budget is one of the factors to keep in mind when purchasing it. If you’ve set a $45,000 budget, then you’ll be happy to know that we offer a wide range of options within that price range.
In this guide, we’ll introduce you to our selection of the top 30 engagement rings for $45,000 and help you find the right one for you. We’ve also included options that are a little above and a little below your budget so that you can see the full scope of your options.
1. The Dover Ring
Price: $45,000. Learn more about the Dover Ring.
There’s no better ring to start the list than the Dover. This stunning piece features a 3.02-carat old European-cut center diamond surrounded by a subtle diamond halo. What’s more, the undergallery is decorated with elegant openwork patterns. Finally, the delicate triple-wire shank brings the whole ring together and leads to adorned shoulders.
2. The Columbus Ring
Price: $42,000. Learn more about the Columbus Ring.
Up next, the beautifully crafted platinum Columbus Ring features a sizeable center diamonds and minimal ornamentation in the form of additional diamonds along the shank and gallery. The stunning rose-cut cushion center diamond is GIA-certified and weighs 3.21 carats. Finally, the shank and gallery are lined with micro-pavé set round brilliant-cut diamonds.
3. The Gifford Ring
Price: $50,000. Learn more about the Gifford Ring.
If you’re interested in yellow gold, then you’ll be pleased with our first such option; the Gifford Ring. Handcrafted in France circa 1970, this stunning vintage ring features a 3.00-carat old European-cut center diamond. What’s more, the ring is afforded an alluring unique look by its swirling shank design, upon which 2 rows of brilliant-cut diamonds are micro-pavé-set.
4. The Kent Ring
Price: $45,000. Learn more about the Kent Ring.
This Art Deco Era marvel features a striking black and white contrast created by the buffed onyx and cushion-cut center diamond. Handcrafted in 18k white gold circa 1925, this ring has fine milgrain bordering the 4.30-carat center diamond as well as openwork decorating the undergallery.
5. The Piccadilly Ring
Price: $45,000. Learn more about the Piccadilly Ring.
The Piccadilly Ring is certainly spectacular and elegant. The five main diamonds are set in a graduating step formation, starting with the GIA-certified emerald-cut 2.50-carat center stone. What’s more, the gallery and shoulders are decorated with round brilliant-cut diamonds If you’re looking for something luxurious yet unobtrusive, then this platinum ring is a perfect choice.
6. The Barrow Ring
Price: $39,600. Learn more about the Barrow Ring.
If your bride likes experimenting with colors, then the Barrow Ring will definitely impress her. It features a very rare, completely natural yellow-green diamond that weighs 1.15 carats and is set in 18k yellow gold which enhances its beauty. A halo of round diamonds with baguette-cut diamonds on the sides surrounds the rare stone, creating a wonderful contrast.
7. The Boudry Ring
Price: $42,000. Learn more about the Boudry Ring.
Handcrafted in platinum circa 1920, this gorgeous Art Deco ring features a large 3.90-carat old mine-cut center diamond. The dainty shank further emphasizes the center diamond’s impressive size, while the shoulders are adorned with two bezel-set antique baguette-cut diamonds each. If you’re interested in a minimalistic ring with a sizeable diamond, then this is a great choice.
8. The Astoria Ring
Price: $40,000. Learn more about the Astoria Ring.
The Astoria Ring features a large center diamond emphasized by a mesmerizing halo of smaller diamonds set in 18k yellow gold; the combination of which certainly makes this ring spectacular. The center stone is 3.26 carats while more than 34 additional diamonds embellish the ring including the surrounding halo of pavé-set diamonds as well as a diamond adorning each shoulder.
9. The Buccellati Diamond Ring Ring
Price: $48,000. Learn more about the Buccellati Diamond Ring.
This genuine Buccellati piece was handcrafted in Italy circa 1960 and is signed M. Buccellati. The incredibly impressive 2.23-carat center diamond has jaw-dropping GIA-certified color and clarity grades of E and VVS2 respectively. What’s more, this 18k white gold dome ring is decorated by hand engravings, openwork, and 0.36 carats of additional brilliant diamonds.
10. The Caffrey Ring
Price: $50,000. Learn more about the Caffrey Ring.
If you’re looking for a pop of color to liven up your diamond engagement ring, then consider the Caffrey Ring. This impressive octagonal ring features a 3.08-carat GIA-certified Asscher-cut center diamond with VVS1 clarity surrounded by a 0.66-carat halo of French-cut sapphires. What’s more, a baguette-cut diamond sits on either side of the center stone and leads to shoulders adorned with additional diamonds.
11. The Cullum Ring
Price: $50,000. Learn more about the Cullum Ring.
The enchanting Cullum Ring features charming ribbon motif ornamentation along the gallery and shoulders. The 2.97-carat old European-cut center diamond has I color and VS1 clarity grades and is set in prongs. What’s more, the bow ribbons are decorated with additional diamonds as well as fine milgrain.
12. The Whitby Ring
Price: $40,000. Learn more about the Whitby Ring.
The solitaire Art Deco Era Whitby Ring features a 3.29-carat old European-cut center diamond set in six prongs, while the dainty shank is embellished with intricate hand engravings. The open setting allows the magnificent diamond to be appreciated from every angle. Finally, this ring was handcrafted in platinum circa 1920.
13. The Livingston Ring
Price: $35,000. Learn more about the Livingston Ring.
If your bride-to-be loves the color green and floral style rings, then the Livingston Ring is a match made in heaven. The center stone is a 4.55-carat natural Columbian emerald-cut emerald, while the surrounding cluster of diamonds is 1.50 carats. Finally, the emerald holds a GIA certificate and the ring is made of platinum on 18k yellow gold.
14. The Bollon Ring
Price: $35,000. Learn more about the Bollon Ring.
If you’re looking for a unique design that leverages both shape and color, then the Bollon Ring is worth considering. Firstly the 2.84-carat center diamond is held in four double prongs. Then, the accents consist of additional diamonds in each corner as well as elongated onyx and emerald ornamentation flanking each side. If your loved one has a bold style, then they will love this engagement ring.
15. The Doylestown Ring
Price: $38,000. Learn more about the Doylestown Ring.
The Doylestown Ring features a 2.02-carat elongated cushion-cut center diamond certified by the GIA and boasting F color and VS2 clarity grades. What’s more, a diamond halo of round antique diamonds surrounds it. In addition, there are three baguette-cut diamonds flanking each side of the center stone and even more diamonds adorning the shoulders.
16. The Bloomington Ring
Price: $35,000. Learn more about the Bloomington Ring.
The breath-taking Bloomington Ring features a 2.88-carat old European-cut center diamond prong-set in an open crown, thus allowing the diamond to be appreciated from every angle. What’s more, the crown itself is quite magical as it is adorned with additional diamonds and fine milgrain. In addition, its openwork bow patterns continue onto the shoulders.
17. The Bulgari Platinum And Diamond Ring
Price: $38,000. Learn more about the Bulgari Platinum And Diamond Ring.
This genuine Bulgari ring was handcrafted in Italy circa 1970 and features a GIA-certified center diamond weighing approximately 2.50 carats and boasting J color and VS1 clarity. This platinum ring is sure to delight those wanting an elegant and sleek look as there are no embellishments and the shank is plain. However, the prongs are rather interesting and provide a unique look perfect for a solitaire ring.
18. The Cascais Ring
Price: $35,000. Learn more about the Cascais Ring.
The beautifully crafted Cascais Ring features a dainty shank decorated with intricate engravings and fine milgrain, while the center diamond is a whopping 3.14 carats. The diamond, circa 1950, features a round transitional cut and additional small diamonds adorn each shoulder.
19. The Riviera Ring
Price: $38,000. Learn more about the Riviera Ring.
If you’re looking for a no-fus diamond engagement ring without all of the extra bells and whistles, then the Riviera Ring might just be the one. Even with its minimalist style, the Riviera manages to leave an impression, thanks to the GIA-certified diamond it features, boasting I color and VS2 clarity. What’s more, the 2.53-carat center diamond is emphasized by a tapered baguette-cut diamond on either side totaling 0.30 carats.
20. The Shelburn Ring
Price: $36,000. Learn more about the Shelburn Ring.
The Shelburn Ring features a GIA-certified 2.02-carat oval-cut center diamond with an impressive D color rating and set in four prongs. Furthermore, it is complemented by pear-shaped accent diamonds on both sides, enhancing its overall appeal. The total diamond weight of this handcrafted platinum ring is approximately 2.32, while the shank is plain.
21. The Tournus Ring
Price: $36,000. Learn more about the Tournus Ring.
This stunning geometric ring features a rounded shoulder design and a striking contrast produced by the combination of sapphires and diamonds. What’s more, each sapphire and diamond element is further emphasized by delicate milgrain borders. The center diamond is a 3.38-carat cushion-cut, while the surrounding sapphires and diamonds display a floral motif and continue down the shoulders.
22. The Vintage Buccellati Ring
Price: $36,000. Learn more about the Vintage Buccellati Ring.
If your bride likes extravagant and bold styles, then this engagement ring signed by M. Buccellati may be the perfect fit. Red is the color of love – that’s why the center stone of this ring is a stunning, 7.41-carat Burma ruby. Ten small diamonds surround the ruby, emphasizing its color and depth. The hand-engraved patterns and the combination of white and yellow gold complement the ring’s style and extravagance.
23. The Callington Ring
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Nothing says sparkle like the Callington Ring. It features a 2.60-carat emerald-cut H-color diamond as the center stone, while a halo of old-cut diamonds follows its shape and emphasizes its beauty. What’s more, pear-shaped diamond on each shoulder adds its own touch to the variety of geometrical patterns. Finally, the ornate under-gallery gives this ring added allure that can be appreciated from various angles.
24. The Diamond Engagement Ring With Emerald Halo
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The center stone of this platinum ring is a 3.80-carat, old European-cut diamond that dates back to the 1930s. What makes it even more impressive is the luxurious emerald halo surrounding it. Feel free to contact us regarding this ring, and our jewelers will recreate it for you.
25. The Tiverton Ring
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Taking inspiration from the Edwardian Era, this ring showcases a magnificent 3.25-carat oval diamond as its centerpiece, encircled by smaller diamonds that follow its shape. The diamonds are set in platinum, while the remainder of the ring features 18k yellow gold. Adding to its splendor, the shoulders of this ring are adorned with five small diamonds arranged in a captivating and distinctive pattern, further enhancing its inherent beauty.
26. The Estate Diamond Engagement Ring
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This ring features a 3.63-carat center diamond enhanced by three-leaf shoulders adorned with diamonds. The leaf motif is also present in the impressive gallery. What’s more, the fine milgrain emphasizes the beauty and design of the leaf-like diamonds, thus contributing to the ring’s refined style.
27. The Stratton Ring
Price: $55,000. Learn more about the Stratton Ring.
This Art Deco Era ring, circa 1920, features impressive stones and intricate embellishments. The sizeable 3.62-carat old European-cut diamond sits in a beautifully decorated, crown-shaped head. In addition, there are six round diamonds embedded in the shoulders, thus creating a link between the center stone and the shank. Finally, the shank features gorgeous detailed hand engravings.
28. The Aveyron Ring
Price: $52,000. Learn more about the Aveyron Ring.
If your bride prefers a slightly wider band and an abundance of details, then this ring will take her breath away. The band is hand-engraved, with milgrain that emphasizes and adds to its beauty. The diamond-embedded shoulders connect to the four-pronged head, which is also decorated with diamonds. Finally, the center stone is a completely colorless, 2.05-carat old European-cut diamond.
29. The Debonair Ring
Price: $52,000. Learn more about the Debonair Ring.
The French-made Debonair Ring was handcrafted in platinum circa 1940 and displays a 3.65-carat old European-cut center diamond with an exceptional J color rating. What’s more, the center stone is emphasized by a baguette-cut accent diamond flanking each of its sides. In total the diamond weight of this ring is approximately 3.75 carats.
30. The Bel Air Ring
Price: $54,000. Learn more about the Bel Air Ring.
Last, but certainly not least, the gorgeous Bel Air is here to show us where luxury meets elegance.
The dainty shank is equal parts delicate and exquisite as it is lined with micro-pavé diamonds for its entire visible length. What’s more, the center diamond also presents a clean and subtle look while remaining utterly impressive; this 3.02-carat oval shaped rose-cut diamond is certified by the GIA as having I color and VS2 clarity. Finally, the gallery and prongs are lined with further micro-pavé diamonds.
Let Our Experts Find Engagement Rings for $45000
Searching for the perfect engagement ring can be overwhelming due to the wide range of available styles. We hope our selection of the top 30 engagement rings for $45,000 helped you find the right one or at least narrow down the choices. If you would like to speak with an expert jeweler to help guide your decision or answer any questions, then please feel free to fill out the form below.