“Diamond District, NYC.” That term is synonymous with masterful creations and big discount prices. Together that seems like an oxymoron, but somehow it works. This term also tends to bring out an emotional reaction in people who are “in the know.” Sometimes it is one of excitement, sometimes it is curiosity, but most of the time it is the thought of what those master diamond dealers could create just for you!

These emotions are not unfounded. 47th Street’s Jewelers Row has delivered jewelry to the rich and famous more times than can be listed in a single article (believe me, we’ve tried :)). What’s very clear is that the NYC Diamond District’s best stores do far more than deliver a great price, they deliver an amazing product. And what product is the crème de la crème of the offerings on Jewelers Row? Engagement rings of course…

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Diamond District NYC Engagement Rings

If you are looking for the epicenter of engagement ring creation, look no further than the jewelers in the diamond district. While the street may be subdued to the casual observer, its diamond flow is not. In fact, over 24 billion dollars-worth of diamonds move through this NYC street every year. About the same revenue number as the McDonalds Corporation.

Overwhelmingly, the first purchase for which customers go to Jewelers’ Row is an engagement ring. They often come back again and again for other pieces of course, but A#1 is the diamond engagement ring.  Tens of thousands of engagement rings are made from 47th Street diamonds every year.

Last week we asked the New York Diamond District’s top jewelers to send us details about their best, and they delivered…

To this end, please find our top picks for the 12 Jaw Dropping Engagement Rings from the Diamond District, NYC.

 Below is a description of each (listed by store, in alphabetical order). If you like what you see, we recommend that you contact the store/business that created it. Why mess with success – Diamond District NYC Jewelers are specialists not generalists.


Square Shaped Diamond with Halo Setting Engagement Ring.


Prove that it’s hip to be square once and for all with this square shaped halo diamond engagement ring setting with additional side stone diamond accents down either side of the ring’s band.  Set in solid 14k white gold, this engagement ring setting adds about 0.20 carats of diamond dazzle to the center stone you choose separately, while designing your own engagement ring.


Created by Allurez 


48 Carat Round Diamond Ring


This amazing 48 Carat, Round Brilliant Diamond, D Color, IF Clarity, Ideal Cut, GIA Certified diamond engagement ring is mounted on a simple setting to illustrate its brilliance.


Created by DreamStone

Ask for Guy



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Emerald Cut Masterpiece with Matching Trapezoidal Step Cut Diamonds


Boasting a GIA Certified, H Color/SI1 Clarity, 3.04ct Emerald Cut Diamond in the center and perfectly flanked by matching Trapezoidal Step Cut Diamonds that are 0.50ct each and H Color/VS2 Clarity, this statement piece will certainly turn a few heads. Elegantly crafted and perfectly set in precious Platinum.


Created by Iannelli Diamonds

Ask for Joe


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The ID Jewelry

“Compilation Series”

Okay, we DID ask for their Jaw Dropping Diamond Engagement Rings… We just didn’t expect SO many!!!

Each is mounted on a simple, clean, and delicate micro pave shank with a V shaped claw pronged head.

Way to go guys, way to go…

They are ALL Created by ID Jewelry

Ask for Yekutiel


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Art Deco Old Mine Cut Diamond Onyx Platinum Engagement Ring.


This is a fabulous platinum engagement ring from the Art Deco era. The ring is centered with a sparkling GIA certified old mine cut diamond that weighs 0.99ct. The color of the diamond is G with SI1 clarity. The center diamond is accentuated by diamond and onyx accents. The top of the ring measures 10mm by 14mm. The ring weighs 3.4 grams.


Created by Israel Rose Jewelry

Ask for David




Spectacular Circa 1930’s Diamond Engagement Ring


This exceptional Art Deco Beauty is set with a stunning Old European cut diamond weighing 2.53 cts and certified by the GIA as H color and VS2 clarity. A Pair of sleek Diamond Bullets (total weight 0.20 cts) are set into the slender band – which has a slim groove wrapping around the base. It’s amazing! A vintage original. Platinum.


Created by Leigh Jay Nacht

Ask for Leigh


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It’s important to note that these master craftsmen and women sell far more than engagement rings. NYC’s Diamond District offers just about anything that you can envision. If it can be made with a diamond, you can find it (or have it made) at one of these 47th Street diamond dealers.

NYC Diamond District stores’ individual sales numbers are impossible to calculate, but it’s safe to say that those mentioned in this article have a loyal fan base. Importantly, each of them is well known to us.

If you don’t see something you like, contact the jewelers above to see if they will make it for you. Also If you are looking for Diamond District NYC store listings, start with our article:

The Diamond District NYCs Top 10 Stores

Where is the Diamond District in NYC?

The diamond district in NYC is not an address, it is a location. Located in Midtown Manhattan, the NYC Diamond District is also known as: Jewelers Row, 47th Street District, The Street, Diamond Row, etc. While it has many names, the location is easy to find. New York’s Diamond District is located on 45th, 46th, and 47th Street, between 5th and 6th Avenue. Before you go, please make sure you read our article: Diamond District NYC Hours to make sure you visit during the best times. We also recommend making an appointment ahead of time. As always, please tell them Jewelers.NYC sent you. They know who we are…

Disclosure: Jewelers.NYC receives no compensation from the Jewelers listed in this article.