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Emma Stone’s exact engagement ring has been revealed – and it’s surprisingly affordable.
Stone’s engagement to her partner of two years, Dave McCary was announced yesterday in an Instagram post from the American ‘Saturday Night Live’ writer.
The post pictured an image of the pair together, with Stone handing her engagement ring hand up to the camera. However, the photo was blurry and the ring was not immediately identifiable.
The ring’s since been identified by US publication Page Six.
“We can confirm the ring is the one in the link below via an unnamed source,” Catbird confirms to Yahoo UK.
The actor’s ring is the ‘Winter Pearl Ring’ from New York based jeweller Catbird and costs $4,780 (£3,643).
This is less than twice the UK average engagement ring cost of £2,419 which – considering the astronomical cost of some celebrity engagement rings (Mariah Carey’s reportedly cost £7.7 million) – is rather reasonable.
According to the Catbird website listing, the ring has Japanese origins, coming “straight from the Tokyo workshop of master jeweller Yoshinobu Kataoka”.
It is made from solid 18 carot gold and features an 8mm untreated Akoya pearl as the central stone, together with 0.37 carat diamonds set on a 1mm wide band.
“A lustrous pearl is surrounded by Kataoka's signature snowflake motif. A ring to get lost in,” reads the description.
Shop Emma Stone’s engagement ring
Catbird Winter Pearl Ring | £3,643 (international delivery available)
Catbird has a host of celebrity fans.
The Duchess of Sussex wore the brand’s 0.5 mm wide Threadbare ring during one of her first public outings with Prince Harry.
The $44 ring is still available to shop in two colourways: rose gold and yellow gold.
Taylor Swift and Emma Watson have both been pictured wearing Catbird jewellery, too.