Jane Seymour's 2-carat Vivid Blue Diamond Ring
The Jane Seymour is a rare fancy vivid blue cushion-cut diamond ring crafted in honor of Jane Seymour, OBE, and to celebrate her accomplishments in the film industry. Created by Russian mining-entity World Of Diamonds Group, it was worn only once by Seymour during a dinner celebration, and is now reportedly available for sale. It's actual value is unknown as sources claim it is the world's first celebrity diamond ring that is not pre-owned, and is expected to fetch at least $2,000,000.
Elizabeth Taylor's 33-carat D-color Asscher-cut Diamond Ring
The 33-carat Krupp Diamond is now known as the Elizabeth Taylor Diamond. The stone is an Asscher cut, which has been dated at pre-1920s. According to the Gemological Institute of America, the diamond is D color, VS1 clarity and is believed to be internally flawless.Elizabeth Taylor was given a Bulgari pendant when she got engaged to Richard Burton in 1964. It wasn't until 1968 that he presented her with the jaw-dropping Krupp Diamond - purchased at auction for $305,000 - which weighs in at 33 carats. And it wasn't the first diamond of that scale given to the late star. Taylor was presented with a 30-carat engagement ring by third husband Michael Todd in 1957.
Jennifer Lopez's 6.1-carat Fancy Pink Diamond Ring
In 2002, Ben Affleck proposed to Jennifer Lopez with a 6.1-carat pink Harry Winston diamond worth a reported $1,200,000. Pink diamonds don't come cheap!
Hilary Duff's 14-carat Princess-cut Diamond Ring
Believed to cost around $1,000,000, it was proposed by former hockey player Mike Comrie. The proposal took place during a vacation in Hawaii in 2010. It was a romantic moment at a balcony during sunset; the cut of the diamond is suppose to give spirit and high energy to its user.