The Pink Engagement Ring Makes A Classy Comeback
Thanks to Jack Brooksbank, who proposed to Princess Eugenie in January with a Padparadscha sapphire, the blush-colored engagement ring has shed its pop culture taint (remember the pink diamond Ben Affleck gave Jennifer Lopez during their “Bennifer” days?)—and attained the royal seal of approval. The color both is rare and comes in a wide range of shades, which makes it all the more appealing.
With a name derived from the Sanskrit for “lotus flower” and famous for their salmon hue, these are the
Lugano Diamonds, Price on Request.
Martin Katz, $145,000
Oscar Heyman, $150,000 and $5,500
Cartier High Jewelry, Price on Request.
The intensity of color determines the value of these stones. The other factor, obviously, is size.
Effy Jewelry, $2,993
Stephen Webster, $95,000
Tiffany & Co., $51,000
Chopard High Jewelry, $163,000
The most valuable diamonds in the world are pink—like the one that sold at Sotheby’s last year for a record $71 million.
Bulgari High Jewelry, Price on Request
De Beers, Price on Request.
Harry Winston, Price on Request.
Nirav Modi, Price on Request.
This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
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