Iconic Rings of the Royalty
This is a Flashback Friday kind of post where we are going to mention the most famous and iconic rings (or should I say rocks?) that Royalty possess. If there is a gem with high sentimental value is undoubtedly the engagement ring; every women visualize the moment when their prince kneel with the most beautiful ring and pop the question. While for some people the process of purchasing an engagement ring turns quite difficult, women in the royal families enjoy countless, fabulous jewelry options customized to their own tastes; what a tense life they have, right?
And of course we will mention Diana and Kate’s blue sapphire engagement ring since is likely the most famous engagement ring of all time and has inspired so many jewelers to create similar designs.
1. Princess Diana and Kate's Iconic Ring
The incredible 18-carat oval blue sapphire ring is surrounded by 14 brilliant-cut diamonds and set in 18-carat white gold by Garrard Jewelers, the official crown jeweler for the British monarchy. Sapphires, especially rare, untreated sapphires, are an excellent gemstone for engagement and wedding rings because they are so durable and appreciate in value.
A lot of replica’s requests originated all over the world among the wedding proposal and the most awaited wedding of the year; jewelers had to stay up late, working extra shifts to create this ring that turned into a legacy overnight.
2. Princess Grace Kelly Emerald Cut Ring
One of our favorite royals of all time, Princess Grace always projected glamour and elegance. Prince Rainier III fell in love immediately with Grace Kelly and before the end of the year they met, he proposed. The Prince originally gave his future wife a ruby and diamond eternity ring from Cartier; but later then he decided to give her a 10.47 Cartier carat emerald cut diamond ring with a baguette-cut diamond on each side of the central stone; the ring is gorgeous and meticulously made, worthy of a royal.
3. Jacky Kennedy's Inspiring Diamond Cut
Considered the American royalty, Jacky Kennedy was absolutely the queen of fashion statements but her jewellery was always simple and expensive. When John F. Kennedy popped the question to Jacky he gave her a unique engagement ring. The 2-carat diamond and 2-carat emerald setting that include baguette diamonds around the stones, and the ring itself is gold, it was designed by Van Cleef & Arpels.
The item is actually part of the JFK library exhibit "Treasure of the John F. Kennedy Library" in Boston Massachusetts.
4. Queen Elizabeth's Significant Ring
She got engaged to Prince Philip of Greece on 1947. The Prince designed the ring which is made of 3 carat diamond solitaire engagement ring, which came from his mother’s tiara.
5. Charlene Wittstock's Spectacular Diamond Ring
The “I thought you'd never ask” princess Charlene Wittstock, now wife of Prince Albert of Monaco owns a simply exquisite 3 carat pear shaped diamond engagement ring embellished with round brilliant diamonds was created by Parisian jeweler Maison Repossi and is called the “Tethys” design.
If the fact that they are exclusively handmade for royalty wasn’t an obstacle, which of these iconic wedding rings would you prefer?
Visit Exquisite Jewelers Miami and select the perfect set of unique engagement rings, we are fully tied up with the idea that when you’re looking for a ring that will be for lifetime it should display quality and represent the sharing of your feelings.
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