Happy Happy Friday! Today we are featuring five of our favorite engagement rings under $2,000. One of the questions we get often is, "If you could give me one piece of advice when engagement ring shopping, what would it be?" & our answer is always "Don't spend out of your comfort zone!" There is no need to stretch your wallet beyond what you are comfortable with financially. There are so many rings all different price points, and the awesome collection below is a testament to that! The most common myth about engagement rings is that a person should spend three months salary on the ring. Sure, that might work for some people, but for the majority of Americans, spending 1/4 of their salary on an engagement ring can be a serious burden. One of the (many many many!) reasons we love vintage engagement rings so much is that you can get a really unique, one-of-a-kind piece that perfectly reflects your lady's style at an affordable price. The only standard there should be for how much to spend on a ring is how much you are comfortable spending personally. Nobody knows your financial situation better than you do! Check out some of our favorite rings under $2,000 below or browse our entire collection of affordable engagement rings here! Abbotsford is a sweet authentic Victorian era (circa 1880) 14k yellow gold ring starring a classic three-stone combination. A natural slightly pink oval ruby centers the ring and is gauged at 0.12ct further flanked on either side by two Old Mine Cut diamonds totaling approximately 0.20ct. The ring is finished with lovely detailing on the shoulders. Abbotsford is currently a size 7 and can be sized to fit. Ponus Ridge is a sleek and contemporary (circa 1980's) ring by the famous English jewelry company Hennell of Bond Street set 18k yellow gold ring from the 1980's centering an Oval Cut purple garnet gauged at approximately 0.45ct, flanked by six bright white, channel set Baguette Cut diamonds with an estimated weight of 0.30ct, graded F-G color and VS clarity. This modern, easy-to-wear ring is finished off with a highly polished tapered shank and is stamped on the inside shank with English Hallmarks. Ponus Ridge is currently a size 6 and can be sized to fit most sizes. Oxford is a 1940-1950's engagement ring made from 14k yellow and white gold centering a 0.38ct EGL certified Round Brilliant Cut diamond with J color and SI3 clarity. This pretty diamond is flanked by two small glittering Full Cut diamonds and a brightly polished ring shank. This ring can be sized to fit. Rancho Mirage is a dreamy, authentic Victorian era (circa 1890) 14k yellow gold ring centering a beautiful oval cabochon moonstone gauged at 9.4mm x 7.4mm. A pair of bright blue round natural sapphires flank the center stone totaling approximately 0.30ct. Rancho Mirage is a simple ring that showcases an incredibly unique combination of stones. It is finished with a simple 14k yellow gold shank touched with an exquisite patina that only comes with age. Ranch Mirage is currently as size 6 and can be sized to fit. McFarlan is a sweet 1940's-1950's engagement ring made from 14k yellow and white gold centering a 0.26ct EGL certified Transitional Cut diamond with G color and SI1 clarity. This shining diamond rests in a low profile square setting and is flanked by two small bead set Single Cut diamonds enhanced with engraving. McFarlan is currently size 5.75 and can be sized to fit.