A engagement ring is given in contemplation of marriage. If the marriage does not happen you get the ring back. However, once the marriage takes place I believe she gets to keep the ring.
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Since the marriage took place the rings are hers. Now, if the marriage was annulled as opposed to a divorce, there is a shot at getting them back.
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Not unless you get it in the settlement agreement in your divorce...
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The engagement ring is given in contemplation of marriage so you won't get that back, since she married you. The wedding ring was given at the time of marriage so she gets to keep that. In the context of the divorce, you can make the rings a part of the settlement. Aside from that, they are hers to keep.