Texas-based Kendra Scott unveils engagement ring collection for the first time

In Kendra Scott fashion, all of the rings are customizable

Kendra Scott is now selling engagement rings. (Courtesy, Kendra Scott)

A Texas-based jewelry brand is entering the “I Do” business.

Kendra Scott on Monday announced that it is launching its first-ever engagement ring collection.

The 11-piece collection will be at 12 stores nationwide, including the South Congress flagship store in Austin, the store at Dallas Preston Center, and the store at Houston Heights Mercantile. For Texans who don’t live in those cities, pieces will also be sold online.

A news release states that they will be priced between $1,350 and $8,150. The rings will be made from lab-grown diamonds, available in 0.5 to 2 carats.

In Kendra Scott fashion, all of the rings are customizable and customers can choose 14K white gold, rose gold or yellow gold bands, pavé additions, and engraving. The rings will be delivered in about three weeks.

Known for its gem pendants, Kendra Scott’s new category was a “natural next step for the brand” as it celebrates its 20th anniversary, a press release states.

The company also recently launched a collection of watches and watch bands.

“For twenty years, our customers have invited us to be a part of their wedding journeys. The launch of the Engagement Collection by Kendra Scott will allow us to be the wedding destination from proposal to happily ever after,” Scott said in the release. “When creating this collection, we challenged ourselves to consider every detail. Fundamental to our design process, each ring can be customized and curated to match every couple’s unique love story.”

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Kendra Scott is now selling engagement rings. (Courtesy, Kendra Scott)
Kendra Scott is now selling engagement rings. (Courtesy, Kendra Scott)
Kendra Scott is now selling engagement rings. (Courtesy, Kendra Scott)
Kendra Scott is now selling engagement rings. (Courtesy, Kendra Scott)

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