I think 4 words ‘Will you marry me’ with engagement ring is very special moment to be forgotten. The engagement ring is a symbol of eternal love.

Of course mostly women want nice diamond ring but some of them measure future husband to be’s love based on the price of ring. Personally I believe that It is wrong because love is not based on a price of ring.

Over the years and centuries, royal and celebrities engagement rings are trendsetting. I personally wouldn’t like to ring based on the trend because It is a very special gift from future husband that’s why It should be unique and reflect his taste.

Of course, I love look into old and new engagement rings because I love jewelry like other girls.

I would like to share my favorite iconic rings of all the time.

If you like to know about engagement rings including how engagement rings entered our lives in history, you can read my History Of Engagement Rings article.

Kate Middleton, Duchess Of Cambridge

Her beatiful deep blue rign is oval12 carrat Ceylon Sapphire surrended by a cluster of 14 diamonds set in 18K white gold.

Prince William proposed to her during trip to Kenya in 2010.

Grace Kelly, Princess Of Monaco

Prince Rainier III visited Philadelphia for Grace Kelly and three days later he proposed. Her ring was platinum Cartier 10.47 carat emerald cut diamond with two baguette.

Jackie Kennedy

She officially engaged with John F. Kennedy in 1953.

John F. Kennedy’s father Joseph helped him pick out the ring. Her beautiful ring was in vintage art deco style with severeal different types of cuts and stones. It created by French jewelry company Van Cleef & Arpels. I was a bahuette diamond ring.

In 1963, the ring was redone with an additional 2.12 carats of marquise and round cut diamonds.The final weight of ring 8 carats of emeralds and diamonds.

Audrey Hepburn

Her first husband Mel Ferrer proposed in Lace Lucerne in Switzerland.

He gave three stackable rings in three different colors, yellow, white and rose gold. These rings were easily mixed and matched, Hepburn would choose what ring she would wear depending on her mood and outfit. Because her mood was changing constantly but she prefered to wear all three rings together.

Marie Antoinette

Her stunning ‘Hope Diamond Ring’ was 5.64 carat, pear cut blue diamond solitaire. Her large collection of jewels including her stunning ring was stolen in French Revolution.

Josephine de Beauharnais

The ring was given by Napoleon Bonaparte in 1796. The ring has yellow gold band with tear shaped stones – a diamond and blue sapphire. Each two stone have less than a carat

In 18th century, this stunning ring called ‘toi et moi’ ‘You and Me’