A Round Up of the Prettiest Ways to Store Your Engagement Ring

Stash your prized possession away in one of these petite holders

Updated 10/15/17
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Elizabeth Cooney

When you've take off your ring for the night, the last thing you want to do is just toss it on the bedside table or your vanity. For one thing, if it's just rolling around on your nightstand it easily could get lost (nightmares!) or damaged. But another reason to use a ring holder is just to show off your favorite sparkler when it's not on your finger. Look for something small enough to display your engagement ring (and your wedding ring too, once you have it!) front and center.

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Choose pastel-hued rose quartz (said to increase feelings of love) or amethyst stones to display your stack. Gold dipped ring holder, $28, available at BHLDN

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Showcase your ring in one of these pretty pastel boxes- the secure lid make it especially useful for traveling as well. The "Mrs." Box, $88, available at BHLDN

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This appropriately-shaped catchall is made of polished brass and adds a bit of shine on top of a stack of bedside books. Jonathan Adler brass heart dish, $118, available at Jonathan Adler

Courtesy of Anthropologie

This pale pink bowl is carved out of natural stone and is the perfect backdrop to show off your diamond. Rose quartz bowl, $68, available at Anthropologie

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In addition to your ring, dangle delicate necklaces on this sculptural, nature-inspired piece. Feather jewelry holder, $15, available at Mothology

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The smallest tray in this graphic set is perfect for your ring—use the larger ones for other favorite accessories like necklaces, earrings and bracelets. Octagonal tray set, $40, available at Anthropologie

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