Charting the celebrity engagement ring
Lucy chose her own engagement ring, a cushion-cut diamond on a thin gold band, for her marriage to Desi Arnaz.
Queen Elizabeth II
The diamond on Queen Elizabeth II's engagement ring came from a tiara owned by Prince Phillip's mother, Princess Alice of Battenberg.
Jackie Kennedy Onassis
John F. Kennedy gave Jacqueline Bouvier a custom Van Cleef & Arpels engagement ring featuring a 2.84 carat emerald and a 2.88 carat diamond.
Joe Dimaggio gave this eternity band, set with 35 baguette-cut diamonds, to Marilyn Monroe at their 1954 wedding.
Princess Grace originally received a Cartier eternity band (left) comprised of rubies and diamonds from Prince Rainier III of Monaco, but he soon swapped it for a 10.5-carat Cartier diamond ring.
Taylor's third husband, Mike Todd, gave her this "friendship ring" of 29 karats before their 1957 wedding.
Robert Wagner hid Wood's ring, a freshwater pearl surrounded by diamonds, in her champagne glass at Romanoff's restaurant on Rodeo Drive when he proposed in December of 1957.
Frank Sinatra gave Farrow a pear-shaped solitaire diamond ring before their July 1966 wedding.
In 1968 (four years into their first marriage), Richard Burton gave Elizabeth Taylor the Krupp Diamond, a 33.19-carat Asscher-cut jewel. Though not technically an engagement ring, it's one of the most iconic pieces of jewelry of all time.