An engagement ring is a symbol of true love, loyalty and commitment of togetherness. You can get engagement rings in almost every style from solitaires and three stone rings to the art-deco and Edwardian style. Bold and extremely detailed rings are also there. It all depends on what you wish to give your sweetheart. When we talk about celebrities we could see that few carats and few hundred thousands are nothing for them. For some the bigger the stone the clearer the expression is a thumb rule. We have selected some of the truly huge diamond rings which have had the marked impression of their own in the world of engagement rings.
Elizabeth Taylor’s Diamond rings:
We know the legendry Academy award winner had a whopping $150 million jewelry collection which few days back was up for auction at Christie’s NYC. Here we have picked a 33.19 carats flawless Krupp diamond engagement ring from her collection. She received this ring from Richard Burton who paid $305,000 for this ring in 1968. She also received a 29.4 carat emerald-cut diamond engagement ring from Mike Todd, her third husband. Both the rings are unmatched and exclusively huge.
Paris Hilton’s 24 carats engagement ring:
The hotel heiress received a 24 carats giant diamond engagement ring from her beau Paris Latsis. The ring was as extravagant as Paris and it cost the Greek shipping heir a cool $4.5 million.
Kim Kardashian’s big bling:
The reality television star was gifted a 20.5 carat ring from beau Kris Humphries. The $2 million emerald-cut diamond engagement ring from Kris received a lot of media attention instead of a 72 days marriage.
Beyonce’s $5 million ring:
The sensual singer received a solitaire emerald-cut diamond engagement ring from fiancé Jay-Z. It was an 18 carats flawless affair set in platinum.
Mariah Carey’s fancy diamond bauble:
Nick Cannon surprised Mariah Carey with a flamboyant colossal of 17 carats. The engagement ring was set in platinum holding an emerald-cut pink diamond surrounded by 57 small pink diamonds. This huge and pretty token of love was worth $2.5 million.