See all three engagement rings from the ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ finale

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Tuesday night’s “Bachelor in Paradise” finale was the most dramatic moment ever for three couples.

A trio of proposals capped off the tumultuous season, all cemented with diamonds from Bachelor Nation’s go-to jeweler, Neil Lane.

Below, get the scoop on each sparkler (naturally, with spoilers).

Serena Pitt and Joe Amabile

The darlings of Paradise have been attached at the hip since the first time they stepped onto the beach in Mexico the very first day.

After Amabile’s ex, Kendall Long, showed up to ostensibly offer her blessing, “Grocery Store Joe” popped the question with a cushion-shaped diamond surrounded by a halo and pavé band made up of 44 round diamonds, totaling two carats.

Lane told People that Amabile, 35, chose a “classic and timeless” ring design for his 23-year-old fiancée, because “that’s what he thinks of his and Serena’s love.”

“While there is a slight age difference between the two of them, their love see no numbers,” the jeweler added.

Maurissa Gunn and Riley Christian 

Lane said that the pear-shaped center stone Christian, 31, chose for Gunn, 25, was “straight to the point” — just like their relationship, which took off on a daring date with Lance Bass during which the couple had to sample foods such as cow tongue.

“This is what draws Riley into Maurissa — she knows what she wants and gets right to the point,” Lane said. “This ring felt like a perfect reflection of their relationship.”

Also weighing in at 2 carats, the sparkler has 43 accent diamonds.

Mari Pepin and Kenny Braasch

Mari and Kenny started off as one of the strongest couples from the very beginning, but things hit the rocks when Demi Burnett showed up and stole Braasch’s attention away.

However, things came back full circle when Pepin, 25, fought for her relationship.

Lane revealed Braasch, 40, chose an oval-cut ring — surrounded by 42 diamonds and weighing 2 carats in total — as a representation of this unbreakable cycle, saying, “they kept coming back to each other because their connection is undeniable.”

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