A Long Island woman is allowed to keep her $10,000 engagement ring, even though she broke up with the man who gave it to her.
With the rise of social media, has come the rise of the engagement ring selfie. Brides have started taking pictures of their glittering rings to show online.
The man who found the ring, Jorge Collazo, is holding the ring at his apartment in hopes of returning it to its would-be question popper.
When New York City teaching assistant Hager Elsayed discovered that her three-carat diamond engagement ring was gone, she tore apart her apartment looking for it — to no avail.
The woman said finding her engagement ring was one piece of good news in what had been a very trying year.
Graphic designer Annemarie Albate, who got engaged in December, believes she dropped the ring Tuesday in the parking lot of the Kmart store in Bohemia.
Brooke Bene, who got engaged in April, said she took the ring off one morning while on the 6:38 a.m. train from Huntington to Atlantic Terminal to apply hand lotion.
A Rye woman is desperately seeking her diamond engagement ring and family heirloom, which she says was lost on her way home from her Midtown Manhattan job.