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Did you know our engagement rings can be exchanged within 1 year of purchase? Our engagement and wedding rings are among the finest in the world.

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How does it work?

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1. Select Your Ring

Browse the biggest selection of engagement rings in the industry & find the styles that catch your eye.

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2. Schedule an Appointment

Click “View in Store” to connect with an Engagement Ring Specialist & schedule a complimentary viewing at our Partner Stores.

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3. Visit Store

Visit your local store on your scheduled date & personally view the Gabriel & Co. rings you loved online. No pressure. No commitments.

  • How much does this service cost?

    The service is free. No payment information is required to preview any designer models.

  • What happens after I choose a ring?

    After selection, fill out the required form. Our Concierge Team will contact you to confirm the details of your viewing appointment.

  • What days and times are available to view my ring?

    The Gabriel Concierge Team will coordinate with your chosen Authorized Retailer to confirm an appointment at your convenience.

  • Is the center stone included with the ring?

    No. Your chosen retailer will guide you with center stone selection for your custom-built engagement ring.

  • Can i change my appointment time or date?

    Yes. You may contact our Concierge Team to change the time or date of your viewing.

  • What if I change my mind after I choose a ring?

    Since you are not obligated to purchase the ring, your chosen retailer can assist you in finding another designer model for previewing.

  • How many rings can I preview?

    You may preview up to two designer models during an appointment with the selected Gabriel Authorized Retailer.

  • Why can't I just go into a store and see my ring?

    Most Gabriel Authorized Retailers carry a vast selection of our styles. If your selected ring is not available at the store, Gabriel will ship your designer model free of charge within 5-10 business days.

  • Am I obligated to purchase the ring?

    There is no risk nor obligation to purchase during this previewing appointment.

  • How will I know when the ring arrives at the store?

    When booking your appointment, ring availability and shipping times are taken into account. All you have to do is visit your designated location for your set appointment.

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Shop With Confidence

What you see is every bit as stunning as what you get. If you change your mind, exchange your ring free within one year of purchase.

What’s Included

Lifetime Warranty

for any manufacturing defects on registered styles

One year coverage

of damages from normal wear & tear on registered styles

A unique serial number

with unique serial number


cleaning twice a year at a retail partner near you

Frequently Asked
How much to spend on an engagement ring?
The budget you decide on for an engagement is a personal decision. There are many schools of thought on this: for example, some say you should spend around two months worth of your salary. But truthfully when buying an engagement ring, there is no one-size-fits-all budget. Instead, find a style and price that you both love and feel comfortable with, and the decision on how much to spend on a wedding ring will come easily.
What hand and finger does engagement ring go on?
In most cultures, the engagement ring is worn on the fourth finger of your left hand. People used to believe that a vein from this finger ran directly to the heart, making this finger an ideal symbol for love and marriage. However, you can wear your wedding ring on any finger that has meaning.
Is it better to buy engagement rings online?
It’s a bit risky to buy an engagement ring online, which is why we don’t recommend it. Instead, we suggest discovering your preferences by browsing online and then visiting an authorized reseller to view your ring in store before making a purchase. An engagement ring is a big investment, and we always recommend taking the time and effort to do extensive research before making a final decision.
How many carats should an engagement ring be?
The number of carats in your engagement ring will depend on the style and budget you’ve set aside to purchase the ring. Carats are not the only element that should be taken into consideration – you’ll also want to consider metals, setting and band style.
Should we buy an engagement ring together?
Traditionally, one partner (typically the groom-to-be) will plan the proposal and engagement ring as a surprise. However, an engagement ring is a once-in-a-lifetime purchase that should be made carefully and thoughtfully. Many couples choose to go through the process together to make sure the ring is perfect, in terms of both style and budget. If the groom-to-be wants a stress-free surprise proposal, our Shop Confidently Program® offers to exchange a registered engagement ring within one year of purchase for another of equal or higher value.
Does an engagement ring have to be a diamond?
While engagement rings have traditionally included a diamond center stone, the perfect ring is a matter of personal preference. There are stunning options and gemstones available to fit every style and taste.


We live for romantic, heart-warming proposals. Your expression of love calls for an equally splendid engagement ring. At Gabriel & Co, we realize the intensity of these emotions and put enormous passion, beauty, and a soul in each engagement ring that we craft. With unparalleled designs, stone settings, and styles to choose from, these rings boast conflict-free, high-quality diamonds, gemstones, and uncompromised precious metals. There is a ring to appeal to every taste and preference. And still, if you wish to upgrade your ring after some time or incorporate any customizations, Gabriel & Co. offers a free exchange program up to 1 year of purchase.
Browse through our vast selection of stunning engagement rings to find that 'one' ring perfect for your 'The One'.

Halo: A halo engagement ring features a center stone surrounded by a ring of small diamonds or other gemstones. This can give the ring a larger, more sparkling appearance.

Solitaire: A solitaire engagement ring features a single, standalone stone, typically a diamond, set in a band. This is a classic, timeless style that is popular for its simplicity.

Three stone: A three stone engagement ring features three stones set in a row. The center stone is typically larger than the side stones. This style is often chosen to symbolize the past, present, and future of the couple's relationship.

Double halo: A double halo engagement ring features two rings of small diamonds or other gemstones surrounding the center stone. This creates a more elaborate and sparkling look.

Split shank: A split shank engagement ring features a band that is divided into two separate strands, often with a gap between them. This can create a more unique, contemporary look.

Three stone halo: A three stone halo engagement ring is a combination of the three stone and halo styles, featuring three stones surrounded by a ring of small diamonds or other gemstones.

Hidden halo: A hidden halo engagement ring features a center stone surrounded by a halo of small diamonds or other gemstones that is hidden under the center stone. This creates a more subtle, understated look.

Straight: A straight engagement ring is a simple, classic style featuring a single stone set in a straight band.

Free form: A free form engagement ring is a more unusual, abstract style featuring a center stone set in a non-traditional band.

Wide band: A wide band engagement ring features a band that is wider than a traditional engagement ring band. This can create a more bold, statement-making look.

When it comes to buying an engagement ring, the metal choice can be just as important as the diamond or other gemstone. Different metals have different properties, and each one offers its own unique look and feel. Here are a few things to consider when choosing a metal for your engagement ring. The most popular metal choices for engagement rings are:

White Gold: White gold is a mixture of gold and other white metals, such as nickel or palladium. It is a less expensive alternative to platinum but may cause allergic reactions in some people.

Rose Gold: Rose gold is a mixture of gold and copper, which gives it a warm, rosy color. It is a relatively durable metal but may scratch more easily than yellow or white gold.

Yellow Gold: Yellow gold is the traditional color of gold and is a warm, classic metal. It is relatively soft and may scratch or dent over time.

Platinum: Platinum is a white metal that is very durable and hypoallergenic. It is also relatively expensive.

In conclusion, choosing a metal for an engagement ring can be a daunting task, but by considering your budget, the durability of the metal, the color, allergenic properties, and care and maintenance, you can make an informed decision. It is important to choose a metal that fits your personal style and will stand the test of time. And remember that whatever metal you choose, the ring should be a symbol of your love and commitment to each other.


When buying an engagement ring, there are several things to consider in order to make the best decision for you and your partner. Some of the most important things to consider include:
1. Budget: Determine how much you can afford to spend on the ring. It's important to have a realistic budget in mind before starting your search.
2. Style: Consider your partner's personal style and preferences. Think about what type of ring they would like, such as a solitaire, halo, or three-stone ring.
3. Diamond or Gemstone: Consider the type and quality of the diamond or gemstone. Think about the cut, color, clarity, and carat weight of the stone.
4. Metal Type: Consider the type of metal for the ring. Different metals have different properties, so think about durability, color, and care and maintenance.
5. Certification: Make sure the diamond or gemstone is certified by a reputable organization such as GIA. This ensures that the stone has been evaluated for quality and authenticity.
6. Warranty and Return Policy: Be sure to find out about the store's warranty and return policy in case of any issues with the ring. Explore our 1 Year free exchange program of Shop Confidently
7. Reputation: Research the reputation of the store or jeweler you are considering. Look for customer reviews and ratings online.
8. Size and Fit: Make sure to get the correct size for your partner's ring finger, or if you don't know, consider buying a ring that can be resized. Use our Ring Sizer
By considering these factors and doing your research, you can make an informed decision and choose an engagement ring that will be cherished for a lifetime.


Begin by choosing your preferred style between the nine different styles/settings of engagement rings - Halo, Double Halo, Three Stone, Straight, Solitaire, Three Stone Halo, Free Form, Wideband, and Split Shank. These styles cover all the aesthetic preferences ranging from classic minimalism to grandiose maximalism. Our aim is to curate jewelry that is a stunning adornment piece yet highlights and complements a woman’s personality and distinctive identity.

Next, the choice of metal can make a huge difference to the final appeal of the engagement ring. A Yellow Gold finish reflects traditional tastes and remains a captivating combination with diamonds just as much in the modern designs as in the traditional settings. Rings with a Platinum or White Gold finish look sleek and sexy – an elegant bridge from the classic to the contemporary. A Rose Gold finish gives a ring a vintage, romantic feel with an understated glamour that is hard to miss. Finally, a mix and match of the metals create a unique look that can undoubtedly initiate conversations around fashion and style.

One may also look at the inclusion of shimmering precious stones like emerald, sapphire, rubies, and more in their engagement ring to add more undertones of colorful resplendence to their ring. Use our Store Locator to find an authorized retailer near you to see a free preview of what your ring will look like before the final purchase.