Ariana Grande's Engagement Rings – Get The Look

Ariana Grande's Engagement Rings – Get The Look

Even if you aren’t an Ariana Grande fan, you’ve probably heard a thing or two about her high-profile relationships. The pop star has been the wearer of two gorgeous engagement rings – let’s take a look.

Ariana’s Pear-Shaped Engagement Ring

This ring was given to Ariana by Pete Davidson during their brief whirlwind relationship. The diamond was reported to be a 3-carat natural diamond pear-shaped ring in a french-set halo setting. Rumor has it that the color of the stone is a D with VVS1 clarity and costs about $93,000. Pete sourced this ring from a celebrity jeweler, Greg Yun. The pear shape happens to also reflect the shape of a teardrop, referencing Ariana’s hit song, “No Tears Left to Cry.”

For most people, spending almost $100,000 on a ring is simply not in the budget. However, with lab diamonds becoming more widely accepted and available, customers can create celebrity ring styles for a fraction of the price. Let’s take a look at how you can create a similar ring for less than $8,000:

First, consider starting with our French-set Halo Diamond Band Engagement Ring setting. This will give you that same stunning halo look that Ariana’s ring had. ​

Next, create a similar wow factor by opting for a 3-4 Carat Pear-cut Lab Diamond. Work with a gemologist to pick diamond specifications that cut costs while keeping a stunning appearance.

Ariana’s Oval Two-Stone Engagement Ring

This ring was given to Ariana by Dalton Gomez in 2020. This asymmetrical solitaire two-stone ring holds a 5-7 carat oval diamond and a pearl that is reported to be from Ariana’s grandfather. The ring is rumored to have cost over $300,000.

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This engagement ring cost even more than Ariana’s previous pear-shaped ring and is hardly at a price point for the average person. Let’s take a look at some similar options to help you design a ring like this for less than $9,000:

First, consider our Two-stone Round and Oval Diamond Ring option. While this doesn’t give you the option to pair the oval with a pearl, it does allow you to have a very similar shape by pairing an oval diamond. For this style, you can choose up to two 1-carat stones.

Still not convinced? You can also always choose to build a custom ring and have our team create your perfect two-stone ring – perhaps even with a pearl included.

For more inspiration on designing red carpet-worthy engagement rings, follow us on Instagram at @Ritani and on TikTok at @Ritani_Rings.

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