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The Best Engagement Gifts for Men

Whether he’s a traditionalist or prefers things a little out of the (jewellery) box, Liberty has gathered the ultimate edit of gifts to mark your engagement
By: George Elliot

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The Best Engagement Gifts for Men
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The Best Engagement Gifts for Men

Whether he’s a traditionalist or prefers things a little out of the (jewellery) box, Liberty has gathered the ultimate edit of gifts to mark your engagement

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By: George Elliot

If your hunt has brought you here, to Liberty's guide to the best engagement gifts for men, then you’re probably planning how to pop the question. You'll need a suitably magical venue, a mental note of all the sentimental things you want to say and, of course, some kind of token of your love. Or perhaps you’ve already received a ring, and want to find something just as precious to reciprocate the gesture. Sure it could be an engagement ring, but maybe he doesn’t wear them. Perhaps instead it should be a watch, or a chain or even an engagement bracelet. Either way, it needs to be a special object that sends a clear message of adoration. And we can help with that.

The Ring

ALL BLUES Tire Ring, £258

Officially the most recognisable and traditional symbol of love, the engagement ring is a classic choice that shouldn’t be overlooked. There is, after all, something unashamedly romantic about getting down on one knee, tiny box in hand. Our guide to buying an engagement ring should help, but also consider the rest of the jewellery he wears. Is it gold, silver or platinum? Subtle or statement-making? One (rather extraordinary) option is the Tire Ring from ALL BLUES, £258. Beautifully handcrafted from sterling silver, and with a mirror-like shine, this satisfyingly chunky ring is easy to style with any others that he might already wear.

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The Watch

Junghan Max Bill Bauhaus Automatic Watch, £1,215

If the man in question isn’t a fan of rings (maybe he finds them uncomfortable to wear or has an awful habit of losing them), an elegant investment watch could make for a better proposal gift. Ticking both the practicality and style boxes, watches can carry the same amount of sentimentality too, especially if (for extra brownie points) you have it engraved with a special inscription. Crafted from stainless steel in the brand’s Rottweil studio, the Max Bill Bauhaus Automatic Watch by Junghan, £1,215 is perfect for the job. With an automatic movement (it self-winds whenever you move your wrist) and supple leather strap, it’s a timeless timepiece that’ll last as long as your love.

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The Necklace

Pyrrha Flaming Heart Necklace, £175

For those couples that like to do things differently, the kind that prefer to make their own rules and traditions, necklaces make the ideal alternative engagement gift. As well as being unorthodox, chains are the kind of jewellery piece that can be worn every day, and can be made all the more unique with the addition of meaningful pendants and charms, one for every year, perhaps? If this sounds like an anniversary tradition you could get behind, firstly you’ll need a piece like Pyrrha’s Flaming Heart Necklace, £175 to mark your marriage. Handmade from sterling silver, this necklace already comes with its own talisman, a design intended to symbolise undying love.

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The Bracelet

ALL BLUES Silver Anchor Bracelet, £169

As a token of unconditional love, the engagement bracelet is another jewellery piece that can be both ceremonial and stylish. When given to the man you cherish the most,a golden cuff or silver bangle will become something he’ll never want to take off. Crafted from recycled sterling silver – extra sustainability points, there – the highly polished Silver Anchor Bracelet by ALL BLUES, £169 is a real treasure. Made by artisans in the brand’s Stockholm foundry, this piece has a slightly rock and roll edge, ideal for wearing day in, day out

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The Earring

Maria Tash 14ct Gold Short Tiger’s Eye Spike Hoop Earring, £240

If none of the above quite fit your brief, why not proclaim your love with an engagement earring? Another option that’s a little eccentric – making your moment even more unique – a golden hoop or diamond stud can feel just as symbolic, If, of course, you shop wisely for a precious piece he’d likely never fork out for himself. Maria Tash’s 14ct Gold Short Tiger’s Eye Spike Hoop Earring, £240 which, because it looks somewhat like a miniature engagement ring, hints at tradition.

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