Wearing a fake diamond engagement ring on your travels can give you peace of mind if you leave your valuable one at home for safekeeping. The best ones are designed to closely resemble the real versions in stone and setting. If you want a faux engagement ring that will fool just about everyone but a jeweler with a loupe, choose one where the size of the "diamond" is within the realm of credibility, and the setting is simple and classic.
This fake engagement ring setting has a round diamond surrounded by smaller ones. Not only does it evoke an antique design, it also makes the center stone appear larger.
The priceless sapphire-and-diamond stunner that once graced Princess Diana's hand now rests on Prince William's love. As it did originally, the engagement ring spawned both desire and imitation. If you'd like to wear this ring, Emitations has a fake version that may convince people that you, too, were kissed by a prince.
Not everyone wants to wear a big, blingy engagement ring when they travel -- even a fake one. This classic princess style ring has a 1.25 carat CZ stone on a plain silver band. And it serves the purpose of letting onlookers know that you're married.
A ring from Brad Pitt with major bling, Angela Jolie's wearing what Us Magazine describes as "A tablet-shaped diamond engagement ring -- estimated at 16 carats and worth $500,000." The design is surely meaningful to them, as it has six side stones, one for each of their children at the time of their engagement. If you don't have half-a-mil in cash but covet the ring, emitations makes a fake version at a fraction of the price.