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Some of the most famous Engagement Rings

Some of the most famous Engagement Rings
Duchess of Cambridge
With its oval blue sapphire surrounded by a cluster of 14 diamonds, the ring Prince William gave to Kate Middleton is among the most famous in the world. Lady Diana Spencer wore it for her engagement to Prince Charles in 1981. The large central stone is a 12-carat oval Ceylon sapphire and the solitaire diamonds surrounding it are set in 18 carat white gold.

 

Elizabeth Taylor
Elizabeth Taylor, who famously had six engagements, was given an emerald-cut diamond engagement ring that weighed almost 30 carats by her third husband, Michael Todd. Quite the statement.

 

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Jackie was known for two famous rings, the first from her marriage to John F. Kennedy in 1953. Designed by renowned Van Cleef & Arpels it was a 2.63 carat Emerald surrounded by emerald and bagette cut diamonds. It was eventually re-designed to include round brilliant and marquise diamonds. In 1968 she married Aristotle Onassis and received a ring set with a 40.42 carat Lesotho III diamond. After her death the ring was sold for $2.59m speculated to be an Irish buyer.

ouvier is noted for two famous rings. The first she received from John F Kennedy in 1953. Designed by Van Kleef and Arpels, it cnsisted of a 2.88 car - See more at: http://www.internationaldiamond-brokers.com/four-famous-engagement-rings/#sthash.LnZwavv1.dpuf

The former Miss Bouvier is noted for two famous rings. The first she received from John F Kennedy in 1953. Designed by Van Kleef and Arpels, it cnsisted of a 2.88 carat emerald cut diamond with a 2.83 carat emerald and some tapered baguette diamonds. It was redesigned after they married to include round brilliant and marquise cut diamonds totalling 2.12 carat.

She remarried in 1968 to the Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis. He presented her with a ring set with the 40.42carat Lesotho III diamond (a marquise cut diamond, one of three cut form the original 603 carat Lesotho Brown diamond). After her death the ring was sold at auction in 1996 for $2.59m (reputedly to an Irish buyer).

- See more at: http://www.internationaldiamond-brokers.com/four-famous-engagement-rings/#sthash.LnZwavv1.dpuf

The former Miss Bouvier is noted for two famous rings. The first she received from John F Kennedy in 1953. Designed by Van Kleef and Arpels, it cnsisted of a 2.88 carat emerald cut diamond with a 2.83 carat emerald and some tapered baguette diamonds. It was redesigned after they married to include round brilliant and marquise cut diamonds totalling 2.12 carat.

She remarried in 1968 to the Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis. He presented her with a ring set with the 40.42carat Lesotho III diamond (a marquise cut diamond, one of three cut form the original 603 carat Lesotho Brown diamond). After her death the ring was sold at auction in 1996 for $2.59m (reputedly to an Irish buyer).

- See more at: http://www.internationaldiamond-brokers.com/four-famous-engagement-rings/#sthash.LnZwavv1.dpuf

The former Miss Bouvier is noted for two famous rings. The first she received from John F Kennedy in 1953. Designed by Van Kleef and Arpels, it cnsisted of a 2.88 carat emerald cut diamond with a 2.83 carat emerald and some tapered baguette diamonds. It was redesigned after they married to include round brilliant and marquise cut diamonds totalling 2.12 carat.

She remarried in 1968 to the Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis. He presented her with a ring set with the 40.42carat Lesotho III diamond (a marquise cut diamond, one of three cut form the original 603 carat Lesotho Brown diamond). After her death the ring was sold at auction in 1996 for $2.59m (reputedly to an Irish buyer).

- See more at: http://www.internationaldiamond-brokers.com/four-famous-engagement-rings/#sthash.LnZwavv1.dpuf

The former Miss Bouvier is noted for two famous rings. The first she received from John F Kennedy in 1953. Designed by Van Kleef and Arpels, it cnsisted of a 2.88 carat emerald cut diamond with a 2.83 carat emerald and some tapered baguette diamonds. It was redesigned after they married to include round brilliant and marquise cut diamonds totalling 2.12 carat.

She remarried in 1968 to the Greek shipping magnate Aristotle Onassis. He presented her with a ring set with the 40.42carat Lesotho III diamond (a marquise cut diamond, one of three cut form the original 603 carat Lesotho Brown diamond). After her death the ring was sold at auction in 1996 for $2.59m (reputedly to an Irish buyer).

- See more at: http://www.internationaldiamond-brokers.com/four-famous-engagement-rings/#sthash.LnZwavv1.dpuf
ouvier is noted for two famous rings. The first she received from John F Kennedy in 1953. Designed by Van Kleef and Arpels, it cnsisted of a 2.88 car - See more at: http://www.internationaldiamond-brokers.com/four-famous-engagement-rings/#sthash.LnZwavv1.dpuf

 

Grace Kelly

Prince Rainier III proposed to Grace Kelly with a Cartier ring designed in an eternity style with rubies and diamonds. Upon noticing ladies in Hollywood were sporting much larger rings he quickly ordered this stunning 10.5 carat emerald-cut diamond for his Princess.

 

 Grace Kelly Engagement Ring

Catherine Zeta Jones

Michael Douglas popped the question to Catherine with a 10 carat antique marquise-cut diamond ring rumoured to cost $1m from Fred Leighton.