Best of Boston

BEST Wedding Rings

2008 BEST Wedding Rings

Barmakian Jewelers


Visitors to this vault-like jewel emporium in Downtown Crossing—one of the largest in New England—will find bands in white gold, yellow gold, and platinum that complement even the most singular engagement rocks. Barmakian can also design a match for, say,… read more»

2008 BEST Wedding Rings, Engagement

DePrisco Jewelers


This family-run business has helped grooms-to-be avoid the tyranny of the little blue box for 60 years. DePrisco’s personable employees, wide-ranging stock of designer and in-house lines, and tendency to knock a few hundred bucks off the asking price can… read more»

2012 BEST Wedding Rings

Long’s Jewelers


When it comes time to pop the question, the right ring can do a lot of the talking for you. The cases at Long’s house some of the very best sparklers from designers like Ritani, Furrer-Jacot, Memoire, and Michael M… read more»

2011 BEST Wedding Rings

Long’s Jewelers


A visit to any of our local high-end jewelers will render you an expert on the four Cs in no time. But on selection and service, Long’s takes top honors, offering more than 500 styles in-store (from vintage-inspired numbers by… read more»

2006 BEST Wedding Rings

Long’s Jewelers


Finding a life partner takes patience, persistence, and considerable luck. Finding the right ring should not. The army of jewelers at Long’s assesses your preferences before working with you to compare styles by Scott Kay, Memoire, Ritani, and the store’s… read more»

2004 BEST Wedding Rings

Alpha Omega


Getting married in today’s world just isn’t what it used to be—it’s much better. Thank the gay community if you want, but we’re also grateful for the designer bands that line the cases at Alpha Omega’s flagship store. From Carelle… read more»

1995 BEST Wedding Rings, Innovative



When the bride seems too special for a diamond standard solitaire, check out the rings at this wonderful shop. Sleek contemporary designs by Niessing; bold rings with semi-previous stones and innovative settings by Barbara Heinrich; and ornate baroque bands by… read more»