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Made-in-NYC Wedding Rings for Under $1,000

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Weddings are pricey enough between booking the perfect picturesque venue and finding a wedding dress that you can’t help but say yes to, but one unexpected place where you can save is with the engagement ring. We’ve rounded up eight designers who create beautiful, unique rings that will won’t break the bank — they're all priced under $1,000! — and shoppable in New York City

Catbird

Catbird Ring

Jennie Kwon Painter’s Blue Sapphire ring, $675 at 540 Driggs Ave, Williamsburg; (646) 930-1994

Melissa Joy Manning

Rosecut Red Triangle Diamond ring, $560 at 12 Wooster Street #1, Soho; (212) 219-2195

Blanca Monros Gomez

Tiny Marquise ring, $640 at 612 Degraw Street, Boerum Hill; (718) 797-3816

Broken English

Carbon and Hyde Dahlia mini ring, $920 at 56 Crosby Street, Soho; (212) 219-1264

Erie Basin

1920s Nine Diamond band, $985 at 388 Van Brunt Street, Red Hook; (718) 554-6147

Mociun

Stacked Sapphire ring with Pavé white diamonds, $995 at 224 Wythe Avenue, Williamsburg; (718) 387-3731

Doyle & Doyle

Art Deco Diamond ring, $585 at 412 West 13th Street, Chelsea; (212) 677-9991

Satori Kawakita Jewelry

Satori

Hexagon Diamond ring, $825; Email visit@satomikawakita.com for more info.