PRINCESS DIANA ICONIC RING
There are a few distinct rings that have been related to the name "Diana," including a popular wedding band that was given to Princess Diana by Sovereign Charles and a ring that was given to her by Dodi Fayed, which she was wearing at the hour of her passing.
Perhaps the most well-known "Diana ring" is Prince Charles' engagement ring for Princess Diana. The oval blue sapphire is set in 18-karat white gold and weighs 12 carats. It is surrounded by 14 diamonds. Prince Charles selected the ring, which was created by Garrard, the Crown Jeweler. Princess Diana wore it until her death in 1997, when it was given to her as an engagement ring in 1981. The ring was given to Prince William, her son after she passed away, and Catherine Middleton now wears it as her engagement ring.
INSPIRATION OF MILLIONS
The wedding band that Sovereign Charles provided for Princess Diana, which is a 12-carat oval blue sapphire encompassed by 14 jewels, has become very famous and is frequently alluded to as the "Diana ring." It has been widely copied by jewelers worldwide for its distinctive and elegant design.
The ring has been worn by many other women as an engagement ring ever since Princess Diana passed away in 1997. The ring was given to Catherine Middleton by Prince William in 2010, and she wore it as her engagement ring when she married him in 2011. The ring saw a resurgence in interest and popularity as a result of this event.
Today, the "Diana ring" is as yet a well-known decision for wedding bands and is in many cases picked by couples who need a ring with a work of art and an immortal look. People who adore Princess Diana and wish to honor her memory frequently select it as well.
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