This is absolutely one of my favorite subjects in the world of weddings! Just ask any of my friends or my husband and they will tell you…when I hear a celebrity got engaged, the first thing I want to hear and see is what ring they are wearing…and then I get googling! Of course, I get extra excited when I see it’s a sparkler with vintage flair!
This week I decided to focus my attentions on Molly Sims and her gorgeous cushion cut engagement ring from her now husband, film producer Scott Stuber. The ring was designed by Lorraine Schwartz and Scott had the help of Diane von Furstenberg to assist in the design process. They worked together for several months on it.
The details are : Approx 6 carats, Platinum, estimated price is $80,000 plus! The ring is a cushion cut diamond with beautiful delicate tiny sparkling diamonds surrounding the main diamond all around and all along the band of ring. Some jewlers would call it a ‘Halo’ or as Tacori calls them …a ‘Bloom’. Can we say sparkle madness??! Gorgeous!
Check out pics of Molly and her ring below!
Enjoy the sparkle!
Kirstin @ Froufrou Le Bleu
Photo Sources – Pinterest & Huffington Post via Getty
Jessica JamesJanuary 29, 2013 at 11:00 pm
Wow! vintage sure is gorgeous! It’s not only lovely but it really has this charming character that you can’t find in any modern jewelry. There are many thrifty shops out there but if you would want to buy vintage engagement rings or any antique jewelry that is unique and genuine, I suggest you go to a trusted retailer or a reliable online store.
kirstinJanuary 31, 2013 at 7:08 pm
Thank you so much!!
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