Camilla Parker Bowles’ Engagement Ring
September 4, 2019
Our Royal Ring Collection features replicas of the iconic engagement rings inspired by the leading ladies of the British Monarchy. See the full collection here.
Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles were married on 9th April 2005 in a civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall. The ring presented to Camilla, (now the Duchess of Cornwall), by Prince Charles is a royal family heirloom. It belonged to his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth I, (the Queen Mother), and was worn by her to several glamorous events in the 1980s.
The striking art deco design features a five carat emerald cut diamond as the centre stone and three diamond baguettes to each side set in platinum.
The ring is said to be worth over £165 000 although experts say it’s value could be more, if more was known about it’s origin.
The Buckley London Camilla Ring, captures the same eye-catching sparkle of the original design. It features an immaculate emerald cut central stone, surrounded by 6 beautiful baguette-shaped cubic zirconias on a rhodium-plated band. Presented in a special edition Royal Ring box for £25.