21 'Bachelor' Engagement Rings That Deserve Your Final Rose

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Bachelor relationships may not always last, but Neil Lane diamond rings are forever. Even though host Chris Harrison is the face of the Bachelor franchise, jeweler Neil Lane is truly the (diamond) rock of the series, seeing as he provides all those gorgeous sparklers presented during Bachelor proposals. From classic designs (like Hannah Godwin's 2.5-carat cushion-cut diamond ring) to totally unique ones (like Becca Kufrin's 3.75-carat gold ring), Lane knows just how to customize each ring to match the personality of its recipient. I've rounded up some of my favorite Bachelor engagement rings, and believe me, it wasn't easy to choose.

Elite Daily previously spoke to the Bachelor jeweler to get an idea of how the choosing process works. "I bring six rings to every show," he explained. "So we go and say, 'What don't you like for sure?' And we eliminate two [rings] right away. And then we go down the line and talk about her personality." Of course, for some people, this is a tricky undertaking. "A ring is a huge deal," Lane said, later adding, "It's a lifetime that goes with the ring." Not all of these relationships may have lasted, but these 21 Neil Lane engagement rings will certainly go down in Bachelor history.

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Clare Crawley & Dale Moss: 'The Bachelorette,' Season 16

Fans weren't entirely shocked when Dale Moss proposed to Clare Crawley during Episode 4 of The Bachelorette Season 16, but they were stunned by her gorgeous ring. For Crawley, Moss chose a 4.5-carat sparkler featuring a radiant cut-center stone and two shield-cut diamonds, plus 145 smaller round-cut diamonds. The two have yet to announce any wedding plans, but I imagine it's only a matter of time before they walk down the aisle.

Hannah Ann Sluss & Peter Weber: 'The Bachelor,' Season 24

Peter Weber proposed to Hannah Ann Sluss in Australia during The Bachelor Season 24 finale, presenting her with a 3.27-carat pear-shaped diamond ring surrounded by 99 smaller diamonds. However, during "After the Final Rose" in March 2020, it was revealed that Weber broke off the engagement a month after proposing to pursue a relationship with runner-up Madison Prewett (which also did not last).

Demi Burnett & Kristian Haggerty: 'Bachelor in Paradise,' Season 6

Demi Burnett and Kristian Haggerty made Bachelor history as the first same-sex couple to date and get engaged. During the Bachelor in Paradise Season 6 finale, Burnett got down on one knee and gave Haggerty a 2-carat emerald-cut diamond set sideways with a platinum, split-shank band covered with 48 additional round diamonds.

Later, during "After the Final Rose" in September 2019, Haggerty proposed back, presenting Burnett with a 2.25-carat square-cut diamond on a platinum band set with over 100 smaller diamonds on three sides of the ring. Fans were then devastated when the couple announced their breakup on Instagram in October 2018 after a three-month engagement.

Hannah Godwin & Dylan Barbour: 'Bachelor in Paradise,' Season 6

Hannah Godwin and Dylan Barbour also got engaged during the Bachelor in Paradise Season 6 finale. Barbour gave Godwin a 2.5-carat cushion-cut diamond ring surrounded by a halo of 20 round diamonds and featuring 62 round diamonds in the band. The couple is still engaged as of November 2020, though they haven't yet set a wedding date.

Katie Morton & Chris Bukowski: 'Bachelor in Paradise,' Season 6

Katie Morton and Chris Bukowski were the third and final couple to get engaged during the Bachelor in Paradise Season 6 finale. Morton was given a 2-carat round brilliant-cut diamond ring, which was accented with 12 smaller diamonds set in a platinum band. Sadly, the relationship was short-lived, and the two announced their breakup in December 2019 after a five-month engagement.

Hannah Brown & Jed Wyatt: 'The Bachelorette,' Season 15

Hannah Brown and Jed Wyatt ended up getting engaged in Greece during The Bachelorette Season 15 finale, and Brown received a 3-carat oval-cut diamond ring surrounded by a halo of 89 smaller round diamonds on a diamond band. During "After the Final Rose," it was revealed that Brown called off the engagement just about a month later in June 2019 after learning Wyatt reportedly had a girlfriend prior to joining the show.

Krystal Nielson & Chris Randone: 'Bachelor in Paradise,' Season 5

Krystal Nielson and Chris Randone decided to make things official during the Bachelor in Paradise Season 5 finale, where Randone gave Nielson a 2-carat pear-shaped diamond ring set within a halo of 94 smaller round diamonds. The couple tied the knot just about a year later in June 2019, but unfortunately, they decided to separate and announced their decision in February 2020.

Ashley Iaconetti & Jared Haibon: 'Bachelor in Paradise,' Season 2

Though Ashley Iaconetti and Jared Haibon originally met during Bachelor in Paradise Season 2 in 2015, it took a while before Haibon actually popped the question. They left Paradise as friends, and when they returned the following season, Iaconetti still didn't leave with a ring. After dating other people, Haibon finally admitted his feelings for Iaconetti, and they got engaged on the set of Bachelor in Paradise Season 5. Neil Lane still provided the 2.4-carat diamond and platinum ring, featuring a rectangular, radiant-cut center stone surrounded by 86 smaller, full-cut diamonds. They got hitched a little over a year later in August 2019 and are still together.

Becca Kufrin & Garrett Yrigoyen: 'The Bachelorette,' Season 14

The Bachelorette Season 14 concluded with an engagement in the Maldives after Garrett Yrigoyen presented Becca Kufrin with an engagement ring, complete with a 3.75-carat diamond and decorated with 84 full-cut smaller diamonds on the gallery. Unfortunately, the two ended up calling off their engagement two years later.

Lauren Burnham & Arie Luyendyk Jr.: 'The Bachelor,' Season 22

Arie Luyendyk Jr. originally proposed to Becca Kufrin during The Bachelor Season 22 finale in Peru with a 3-carat oval-shaped diamond ring. The engagement was short-lived, and just a few weeks later, Luyendyk broke things off so he could start dating runner-up Lauren Burnham.

Luyendyk and Burnham later got engaged in March 2018 during "After the Final Rose," where Luyendyk gave Burnham a 3.5-carat cushion-cut diamond ring, featuring a halo of smaller diamonds around the center stone and two baguette diamonds on the band. By January 2019, the couple was married, and in May 2019, they welcomed their first daughter together.

Clare Crawley & Benoit Beauséjour-Savard: 'The Bachelor Winter Games,' Season 1

Rather than getting engaged during the series, Clare Crawley and Benoit Beauséjour-Savard ended up connecting via text after Season 1 of The Bachelor Winter Games finished filming. After a whirlwind courtship, Beauséjour-Savard proposed to Crawley during "After the Final Rose" in February 2018, presenting her with a 2.3-carat oval-cut diamond ring, which featured 84 full-cut diamonds surrounding the center stone. Unfortunately, the couple decided to split only two months later in April 2018.

Taylor Nolan & Derek Peth: 'Bachelor in Paradise,' Season 4

Though they didn't get engaged in Paradise, Derek Peth ended up proposing to Taylor Nolan during the Bachelor in Paradise Season 4 live show in September 2017. Peth chose a 2-carat classic platinum ring with a center round diamond, featuring two trapezoid and two tapered baguette-cut diamonds. Unfortunately, the couple ended up calling off their engagement a little over nine months later in June 2018.

Rachel Lindsay & Bryan Abasolo: 'The Bachelorette,' Season 13

Rachel Lindsay and Bryan Abasolo got engaged in Spain during The Bachelorette Season 13 finale, during which Abasolo presented Lindsay with a 3-carat pear-shaped diamond ring set within a halo of smaller diamonds and further accented with 80 round diamonds. They tied the knot a year after the finale aired in August 2019 and the couple is still together.

Vanessa Grimaldi & Nick Viall: 'The Bachelor,' Season 21

Nick Viall popped the question to Vanessa Grimaldi in Finland during The Bachelor Season 21 finale, giving her a 3.75-carat round-cut diamond ring, which featured a halo of diamonds around the center stone, as well as 164 round-cut diamonds and two larger baguette-cut diamonds. The couple remained engaged for nine months before they decided to end things in August 2017.

JoJo Fletcher & Jordan Rodgers: 'The Bachelorette,' Season 12

Jordan Rodgers popped the question in Thailand during The Bachelorette Season 12 finale, giving JoJo Fletcher a 3-carat oval-shaped diamond ring, featuring a platinum band set with over 155 smaller round diamonds. More than three years later, Rodgers decided to re-propose with a 5-carat oval-cut diamond ring designed by jeweler Nicole Wegman rather than Neil Lane. They haven't set an official wedding date yet but — even though they almost broke up at one point — they're currently still going strong.

Carly Waddell & Evan Bass: 'Bachelor in Paradise,' Season 3

Evan Bass proposed to Carly Waddell during the Bachelor in Paradise Season 3 finale, presenting her with a 1.5-carat light pink-colored pear-shaped diamond ring, featuring a split band set with 157 round diamonds. However, Waddell had her heart set on a cushion-cut diamond, and when the two went to get fitted for their wedding bands, she ended up switching for a new piece of Neil Lane bling. Bass then re-proposed with the 2-carat cushion-cut diamond ring with a diamond halo and set on a platinum band featuring 50 smaller round diamonds. The pair returned to Paradise for their wedding in August 2017 and have since welcomed a daughter together.

Lauren Bushnell & Ben Higgins: 'The Bachelor,' Season 20

Ben Higgins got down on one knee in Jamaica during The Bachelor Season 20 finale to present Lauren Bushnell with a vintage-inspired 4.6-carat square-cut diamond ring, which was surrounded by a halo of tiny diamonds and set in platinum. The two went on to have their own reality show, Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After?, but after just about a year and a half together, the couple ended their engagement in May 2017.

Jade Roper & Tanner Tobert: 'Bachelor in Paradise,' Season 2

Jade Roper and Tanner Tobert got engaged during the Season 3 Bachelor in Paradise finale, with Tolbert giving Roper a 2-carat emerald-cut diamond ring set on its side and accented with 12 round brilliant-cut diamonds. The couple tied the knot less than five months after the finale aired in January 2016, and the wedding was shown on ABC as a special edition of The Bachelor: A Celebration of Love. Roper and Tolbert have since had two children together.

Kaitlyn Bristowe & Shawn Booth: 'The Bachelorette,' Season 11

Kaitlyn Bristowe accepted Shawn Booth's proposal in Malibu during The Bachelorette Season 11 finale, as well as a 3.5-carat round brilliant-cut diamond ring, featuring 160 petite diamonds surrounding the main stone and an entwined platinum band. The couple decided to go their separate ways more than three years later in September 2018, though they didn't go public with the news until November 2018.

Whitney Bischoff & Chris Soules: 'The Bachelor,' Season 19

Chris Soules and Whitney Bischoff got engaged at Soules' family barn in Iowa during The Bachelor Season 19 finale, where Bischoff received a 4-carat emerald-cut diamond with a ring of diamonds around the center stone. Unfortunately, the two later announced their breakup in May 2015 after a six-month engagement.

Catherine Giudici & Sean Lowe: 'The Bachelor,' Season 17

Sean Lowe popped the question in Thailand during The Bachelor Season 17 finale, presenting Catherine Giudici with a 3.15-carat cushion-cut diamond ring, which featured 164 smaller diamonds surrounding the center stone. The two tied the knot on live TV in January 2014, less than a year after the finale aired, and they've since welcomed three children together.

Not all Bachelor relationships have happy endings, but pretty much every Bachelor contestant has been happy with their rings. Keep up the good work, Neil.

Editor's note: This story has been updated following Crawley and Moss' engagement.