Whenever a celebrity brings out their diamond engagement rings for a paparazzi shot, jewelers get a deluge of calls for custom requests of similar designs. But did you know that rings that are obviously meant as product placements in movies get just as much attention when they are featured in the media?
With that said, here are our favorite engagement rings from famous movies and a well-loved TV show:
- That Crazy Huge Emerald Ring from Crazy Rich Asians
Michelle Yeoh provided her own jewelry for the iconic scenes about the engagement ring on Crazy Rich Asians. Since this is a personal item, it was most likely difficult for the public to find a similar design on the market. That being said, it is not easy to find an emerald on retail of that size.
- The Other Diamond in Titanic
While the Heart of the Ocean got most of the attention from the movie, people who have a keen eye probably saw Rose Dawson’s engagement ring in many scenes in the movie. Even though the Heart of the Ocean was considered as a symbolic representation of opulence and greed in the movie, the engagement ring signified more of Rose’s confined life as a fiancée of a ruthless man.
- The Black Diamond Ring from Sex and the City
Carrie Bradshaw’s original engagement ring was amazing in itself, but everybody wanted the bad girl diamond ring Big gave her at the end of the second movie. Is it an engagement ring, though? Or maybe a re-engagement ring. Whatever it is, it counts as a stellar engagement ring choice for anyone who has a taste for black diamonds.
- The Really Pink Diamond from Legally Blonde
We don’t think anyone has overshadowed the pink-ness of Elle Wood’s engagement ring from Legally Blonde. We could say it is fuchsia, but Elle’s trademark is pink. So, it’s pink. At present, the most similar ring we’ve seen in real-life would-be Katy Perry’s flower ring.
- The Blinding Engagement Ring from Funny Girl
Barbara Streisand was the star of the show, but that huge rock she wore in the movie took second place. In this day and age, getting a diamond like that from a jeweler is like giving them an Arthurian quest. The demand for a diamond of that size is not that high, but it is there. You just don’t see it because it’s someone’s “preciouuuusss.”
Which ring did you like the most and do you know any other iconic engagement rings we haven’t mentioned?