You can try getting a simulated diamond rings. These were first made for the purpose of making rings cheaper, but they are more eco-friendly because they don’t require the same mining that diamonds do. Some simulated diamonds are made of colorless topaz, quartz, beryl, rhinestones, or cubic zirconia. Those are either common stones or they are made in a laboratory so don’t damage the environment with the mining process.
Another option is to reuse a family heirloom ring. Since it’s being reused, its impact is halved, since it has the impact of one ring but the lifetime of two. Passing it down further in the family reduces its impact even further.
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