Black Engagement Rings Are a Thing—Here Are Our 25 Favorites

Looking for a bold, edgy engagement ring for your unique style? Sure, there are a handful of styles that break with tradition, but if you want to go all-out we highly suggest you lean toward the dark side. Specifically, we're referring to black engagement rings. Yes, they're a thing, and they're incredibly chic.

Not only do black engagement rings tend to be more budget-friendly, but whether they are in classic styles or more modern alternatives, these alternative and glamorous rings take unique to a whole new level. Plus they're the perfect answer for the couple that simply isn't about a traditional diamond or golden band or those who live in an all-black wardrobe—this ring provides consistency.

See what we mean with 25 of our favorite rings on the market right now.

Keep it rosy and a bit dark.

Available in a size 6.

Perfect to stack with other rings.

Available in sizes 6 to 7.

Don't be afraid to give black gold a try.

Available in sizes 45 to 65.

Black and white anything will always be a classic.

Available in sizes 5 to 8. 

If you want a one-of-a-kind ring, this one is for you. 

Available in a size 6.5.

Designed to be stacked or worn alone.

Available in sizes 5 to 7.

Black and green is the combination you didn't know you'd need.

Pricing and sizing available upon request.

Consider black ceramic for a more environmentally friendly ring. 

Available in sizes 6 to 8.

The black-and-white sapphire diamonds make this ring the ideal modern choice.

Available in sizes 5 to 9. 

Who knew sterling silver looked better in black?

Available in sizes 4 to 13.

Make the color of your ring stand out with the right amount of diamonds. 

Available in a size 12.

Same classic ring style, different center stone. 

Available in sizes 4 to 8.

A round cut is a classic no matter the color. 

Available in sizes 6 to 9.

This one is for the modern couple.

Available in a size 6.

A round cut will stand the test of time. 

Available in sizes 3 to 13.

Proof that black is still the new black.

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