Princess Eugenie: Royal’s engagement ring has the “rarest piece of jewelry”

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Eugenie and Jack met during a ski trip in 2010 in Verbier, Switzerland. At the time, Eugenie had said that it was “love at first sight”. The princess was 20 while Jack was 24.

Speaking on the BBC’s The One Show about the gem, Jack added: “Kind of like Eugenie.”

The stone is therefore not a normal blue sapphire, like that of the Duchess of Cambridge.

It is pink instead, called a Padparadscha sapphire.

The ring itself features the stone in the center, surrounded by a halo of sparkling diamonds.

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Steven Stone’s Max explained how Padparadscha sapphires are “extremely rare stones that many have not even heard of”.

He continued, “They are strikingly beautiful with unique undertones of pink and orange, often resembling the colors of a sunset.”

Eugenie’s stones are set on a Welsh yellow band, which is the tradition of royal brides.

The diamonds surrounding the main stone are similar to those surrounding Kate Middleton’s ring, as well as those of Eugenie’s mother, Sarah Ferguson.

Steven Stone’s Max explained how Padparadscha sapphires are “extremely rare stones that many have not even heard of”.

He continued, “They are strikingly beautiful with unique undertones of pink and orange, often resembling the colors of a sunset.”

Eugenie’s stones are set on a Welsh yellow band, which is the tradition of royal brides.

The diamonds surrounding the main stone are similar to those surrounding Kate Middleton’s ring, as well as those of Eugenie’s mother, Sarah Ferguson.

The expert explained that the jewel came from Sri Lanka and looked like the “peach-colored flowers of the region”.

Max continued, “The term ‘Padparadscha’ is derived from the Sinhala word ‘padmaraga’ for ‘aquatic lotus flower’, denoting an extraordinary combination of pink and orange, all wrapped in a single gemstone.

“Clarity is an important element for Padparadscha as their light tones easily reveal inclusions – you can see it on the traditional cut, this stone is very clear and has good color saturation.”

In terms of the ring’s value, Max estimated it “was worth between £ 100,000 and £ 120,000”.

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