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The 3.75-carat round-cut diamond, set in a halo and flanked by two baguettes, was described by jeweler Neil Lane as "a classical look ... but also something modern and fashionable."
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Nick Viall chose this ring for Vanessa Grimaldi by trusting his gut: "I just closed my eyes and just envisioned her beautiful face. I knew immediately which one was perfect for her," he told PEOPLE.
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This 4-carat Neil Lane design was the show's biggest ever, with an estimated value of $92,000.
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This 3-carat cushion-cut Neil Lane number had a romantic leaf pattern in the design.
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This 3.15-carat, $75,000 Neil Lane ring had extra sparkle thanks to the 164 pavé diamonds inset on a split-shank band.
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The Bachelor who picked this 2.72-carat princess-cut ring also had the honor of being dubbed “the most indecisive” about the choice by Lane.
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Lots and lots of bling accented this $50,000, 3-carat Neil Lane ring, which was chosen so that “no matter how she bent her finger, there would be sparkles everywhere you looked,” Lane says.
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This 3.5-carat Tacori stunner packs a punch – quite literally, the Bachelor found out.
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Mary Delgado reportedly was wearing the ring when she walloped fiancé Byron Velvick after a dispute about a Bachelor TV special. The two did not stay together.
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This Bachelor proposed with a 3.18-carat ring with a unique sideways-set Marquise diamond.
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Not only did Jason Mesnick and Melissa Rycroft not make it, he dumped her (while she was wearing the ring!) on the After the Final Rose special. (His new bride, the season's runner-up Molly Malaney, got her own Neil Lane ring years later.)
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This Chopard solitaire was 2+ carats and conflict-free (not to mention noticeably less ornate than many of the other rings distributed on the show).
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Andrew Baldwin and Tessa Horst got the Officer and a Gentleman sendoff – but not the happy ending: The two called it quits after a few months.
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This 2.85-carat Tacori sparkler had some of the more ornate scrollwork and diamond settings ever given on the show.
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All that bling may explain why Shayne Lamas wanted to keep the ring from her ex, Matt Grant, “in a glass box like a glass slipper.” Matt was not into that.
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This 1.2-carat promise ring from Tacori is set in a three-stone style traditionally meant to symbolize past, present and future.
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Unfortunately, Charlie O'Connell and Sarah Brice's future ended up being shorter than their past and present, and when they split, she put the ring on eBay.