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Celebrity Style: World’s Most Expensive Wedding Rings

August 19, 2013 2 min read

Celebrities are known to have larger than life engagement rings, but their wedding bands do not always get the same amount of attention. We searched the world for the most beautiful, most extravagant, and most expensive wedding rings. Which ring would you wear?

Khloe Kardashian is no stranger to luxurious jewelry and she’s also not the only Kardashian to find herself on our list. Khloe received a 12.5 carat radiant cut engagement ring from Lamar Odom. The engagement ring is worth an estimated $850,000. She has paired the ring not only with one, but with two three row pave eternity rings. Her entire bridal set was designed by L.A.’s Vartan’s Fine Jewelry.

Sir Elton John wed his longtime partner David Furnish in December 2005. John, known for his outrageous fashion, had their wedding rings manufactured by Chopard. The men’s diamond rings feature the couple’s names on the inside with diamonds. Experts believe each ring is worth at least $100,000.

Marilyn Monroe in the ultimate icon of the silver screen. When Monroe married Joe DiMaggio, he presented her with a baguette diamond eternity ring. The platinum band was set with thirty-five diamonds. The ring went under the block at Christie’s Auction house in 1999 and sold for $772,500.

It is no surprise that Kim Kardashian made the top of our list. Her engagement ring featured featured a 16.5ct center stone. The engagement ring was set in platinum & is rumored to be worth a cool $2 million. Kim Kardashian’s wedding band needed to be a statement piece all on its own, which is why she selected a 15.00cttw emerald cut eternity ring. The wedding ring is said to have cost at least $60,000.

Did we miss any? Please let us know in the comment if there are any other celebrity wedding bands that should have made our list.


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