Our Royal Ring Collection features replicas of the iconic engagement rings inspired by the leading ladies of the British Monarchy.
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The unusual engagement ring is still one of the most famous Royal rings of all time. Despite divorcing Prince Andrew in 1996 the couple remain close, and Sarah has worn the ring to events since the pair’s split. Prince Andrew proposed to Sarah Ferguson in 1986 after a whirlwind romance. He designed the engagement ring himself which features a large ruby surrounded by ten diamonds, forming a beautiful flower pattern on a yellow gold band. The ring reportedly cost £25,000 at the time but since then the value of the ring is up to £70,000.
The Buckley London Sarah Ring is closely inspired by the one designed for Sarah Ferguson, with a flawless ruby-coloured centre stone and gold-plated band.
When it comes to weddings, we all know the rhyme “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”, and just like the rest of us Meghan Markle likes to honour the tradition. She chose Princess Diana’s striking Aquamarine ring as her something blue and wore the bold piece to her evening reception at the Royal Wedding.
The Duchess of Sussex paid tribute to Princess Diana by wearing the ring Harry gifted her from his mother’s collection when she changed her outfit to leave for Frogmore House on her wedding day.
The Aquamarine ring is set in 24-carat yellow gold, featuring a large pale blue stone surrounded by smaller diamonds. The ring is thought to have been commissioned by Diana herself to match a previously existing aquamarine and pearl bracelet. The estimated value of the ring is thought to be around £ 70,000.
The Buckley London Meghan Aquamarine Ring is a sensational replica of the now-famous cocktail ring. An emerald-cut Aquamarine coloured stone on a rhodium-plated band.
Since the announcement of their engagement in 2017, the Meghan Markle engagement ring was thoughtfully designed by Prince Harry using stones which have particular meaning for him and Meghan – representing their past, present and future. The three-stone engagement ring features a central cushion cut diamond from Botswana, a place the couple visited together for Meghan Markle’s birthday, and which Harry describes as the place he feels most at home. There are also two diamonds, one on each side of the centre stone, which are diamonds from Princess Diana’s personal collection. The ring has an estimated value of £120,000 but we are sure to the couple this particular piece of jewellery is priceless.
The Buckley London Meghan Sparkle Ring is a beautiful reproduction of the stunning ring design worn by Meghan Markle. Showcasing an expertly crafted emerald cut cubic zirconia centre stone between two sparkling brilliant cut surrounding stones on a yellow gold-plated band.
The engagement ring of Kate Middleton, is one of the most iconic rings of all time. Famous for belonging to her late mother-in-law Diana, Princess of Wales, the ring was gifted to Kate by Prince William when he proposed in November 2010. The instantly recognisable engagement ring consists of a twelve-carat oval blue Ceylon sapphire, surrounded by a halo of fourteen solitaire diamonds in a platinum band. Rather surprisingly the ring was not custom-made but was selected from a catalogue by Diana. It was originally given to Princess Diana by Prince Charles in 1981 costing £28,000. It is now said to be worth an estimated value of £300,000.
The Buckley London Catherine Ring contains a delightful hand-set sapphire simulant as its centrepiece exquisitely framed by up to 14 pristine hand-set cubic zirconias. The Catherine Ring also has matching earrings and pendant to complete the look.
Queen Elizabeth’s engagement ring was given to her by Prince Philip after his proposal at Balmoral. The ring made its first public appearance on 10th July 1947 as the couple announced their engagement. It is reported that the couple kept their engagement a secret for a year at the request of Elizabeth’s Father King George VI as he would miss her on their country walks and horse rides. The beautiful, classic ring features a three-carat, round-cut centre diamond, surrounded by 10 smaller diamonds in a platinum band. The smaller diamonds are reportedly taken from the tiara of Prince Philip’s mother Princess Alice of Battenburg. The value of the ring is estimated between £100,000 and £150,000.
The Buckley London Queen Elizabeth Ring is a near identical replica of the elegant and timeless ring worn by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Crafted with hand-set cubic zirconias on a rhodium-plated band.
Camilla Parker Bowles
Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles were married on 9th April 2005 in a civil ceremony at Windsor Guildhall. The ring presented to Camilla, by Prince Charles is a royal family heirloom. It belonged to his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth 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 its 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.