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Platinum Ring Collection to Mark the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II

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English jewellers, Ingle & Rhode has launched a special collection of rings to mark Her Majesty the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee – but you’ll need deep pockets to afford the £20,000 price tag. The Crown Collection from jeweller Ingle & Rhode, is made up of seven platinum crown and tiara shaped rings to celebrate various members of the Royal family including a modern plain band to symbolise Prince William’s new approach to royal values.

Each of the seven rings has been inspired by our monarch and her nearest and dearest with rings named after the Queen herself along with The Duchess of Cambridge and the late Princess Diana. Each ring takes its inspiration from the life of the royal it is named after with The Prince William featuring a plain, modern design which is representative of recent plans to modernise the monarchy and get rid of stuffy formalities. The Queen ring design pays homage to the most regal member of the Royal family with a large crown-shaped ring covered in diamonds, sapphires and rubies, to commemorate the crown jewels. 

All rings within the collection are made with the highest standard ethical materials, including lab-grown diamonds. The seven rings can only be purchased together in one limited edition package with an eye watering price tag of £20,000. Tim Ingle, of Ingle & Rhode, said: “We are very excited to be able to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with our very own collection of royal rings. Of course there had to be a ring named after Her Majesty the Queen herself and after 70 years on the throne there was no shortage of inspiration for its design. We settled on a beautiful design with sapphires, diamonds and rubies. When it comes to royal fashion icons they don’t come any bigger than the late Princess Diana and we wanted to offer a beautiful ring in her honour. I’m delighted with this particular design. The Duchess of Cambridge is another icon who has carved out her own niche in the royal family and we wanted the ring named in her honour to really reflect that.” For more info: https://www.ingleandrhode.co.uk/crown-collection

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