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Sarah Jacobs / BusinessInsider.com
February 12, 2018

This article originally appeared on BusinessInsider.com.

Americans on average spend $6,351 on an engagement ring, according to The Knot's 2017 Real Weddings Study.

We asked the sales team at Ritani, an online diamond retailer that specializes in engagement rings, to dive deeper into the statistics and find the average price paid for an engagement ring across the US in 2017.

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Many factors go into pricing a diamond engagement ring. Diamonds are graded and priced based on the "four Cs," which are cut, carat, color, and clarity. Each of those can affect the price. A 1-carat round-shaped diamond with an "ideal" cut grade, for example, can range from about $2,000 up to $12,857 at Ritani depending on its grade for clarity and color.

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Below we've ranked the average amount of money spent on an engagement ring in each state, from lowest to highest.

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Utah: $3,518

Vermont: $3,941

New Hampshire: $4,053

West Virginia: $4,352

Mississippi: $4,772

South Dakota: $4,832

Nevada: $4,944

New Mexico: $5,089

Kentucky: $5,170

North Dakota: $5,436

Minnesota: $5,630

Nebraska: $5,818

Maryland: $5,972

Rhode Island: $6,109

Tennessee: $6,116

Louisiana: $6,294

Colorado: $6,310

Arizona: $6,310

Kansas: $6,318

Virginia: $6,329

Alaska: $6,414

Ohio: $6,454

Oklahoma: $6,584

Pennsylvania: $6,627

Oregon: $6,664

Idaho: $6,790

Maine: $6,813

New Jersey: $6,969

Arkansas: $6,971

Georgia: $7,059

Wyoming: $7,154

Washington: $7,160

Missouri: $7,467

Montana: $7,471

Hawaii: $7,491

Alabama: $7,521

Indiana: $7,558

Connecticut: $7,810

Michigan: $7,817

Florida: $8,022

New York: $8,092

Illinois: $8,138

Iowa: $8,150

Texas: $8,194

Delaware: $8,403

Massachusetts: $8,426

South Carolina: $8,599

Washington, DC: $8,695

Wisconsin: $8,766

North Carolina: $9,225

California: $10,241

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