Give That Rock a Break With These Faux-Diamond Wedding Rings

Once your “I Dos” are over make sure you keep your real wedding ring safe. The last thing you want to do is lose it on your honeymoon or accidentally misplace it while you’re out and about running errands.

Instead of worrying about damaging or losing your actual wedding ring, wear a faux-diamond ring in its place. A faux, or simulated, diamond ring looks like the real stone and can have the same heft as the real deal. But, it costs less than the tax of the real thing.

You can wear your faux-diamond ring out and about without fear, while keeping your real gems safe.

JewelryPalace

JewelryPalace 3ct Cushion Cut Halo Simulated Diamond Ring

$22

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This JewelryPalace 3ct Cushion Cut Halo Simulated Diamond Ring is a bold statement. The halo design features a large cubic zirconia stone in the center of the ring. It’s surrounded by smaller cubic zirconia stones, with 10 additional stones that run along the sides of the band.

While the stones aren’t real diamonds, you are getting real precious metal. The ring is 925 sterling silver. Plus, you can shop silver or one of the two 14K gold-plated options. Sizes 5 through 12 are available.

IMOLOVE

IMOLOVE Moissanite Wedding Band

$50

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IMOLOVE’s Moissanite Wedding Band can be worn with a solitaire stone or by itself. This wedding band boasts six moissanite stones.

“Moissanite is the name given to a naturally occurring and laboratory-grown mineral made up of silicon carbide,” according to the American Gem Society. This mineral shines just like a diamond would.

The band is made of 18K white gold-plated sterling silver. Grab this faux-diamond ring in sizes 4 to 12.

Jude Jewelers

Jude Jewelers 2 Carat Heart Shaped Simulated Diamond

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