13 stunning & spooky Halloween wedding rings

Updated Oct 14 2020
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St. Ivy Skull Engagement Ring – Choose your metal

Well, well, well, what have we here? Halloween-inspired rings? Oooh, I'm really scared…

It's that spookiest of times where the veil between the living and the dead is thinnest: Halloweeeeen! And if you're ring taste matches your taste in holidays, then this Halloween wedding ring roundup is for you.

Skulls, black diamonds, coffin shaped moonstones(!), and sleek goth styles abound…

Halloween engagement rings
10k White Gold Natural Coffin Cut Ring – Choose your stone from Sapphire Design Studio
Halloween wedding rings
Memento Mori Skeleton Ring in 18K Gold Plated Silver and Garnet from Sacred Barcelona
Four skull engagement ring from Vancaro
Halloween engagement rings
Skull Engagement Ring from Pmdatelier
Halloween engagement rings
Bone Ring from Pmdatelier
Cocktail Halo Pavé
We love the way the tines around this blue sapphire ring look like LITTLE FANGS. It's a subtle nod to the goth wedding ring, and would be extra lovely if you're wearing a blue wedding gown.
Gothic ring
The "Lora" ring from Iz&Co
A Dark Mark of love: these subtle skull engagement rings will be the death of me
Skull Engagement Ring Set from Johnny10Rings
This $7k skull engagement ring from DeMer Jewelry is as much art as it is jewelry.
Halloween engagement rings
Skull Engagement Ring from KIPKALINKA
A Dark Mark of love: these subtle skull engagement rings will be the death of me
Love and Sorrow engagement ring from Art Masters

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