Camilla’s “art deco” engagement ring – “glittering stone” – made her a “young fashionista.”

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Camilla’s ‘art deco’ engagement ring – ‘glittering stone’ – made her a ‘young fashionista’.

CAMILLA, DUCHESS OF CORNWALL is the proud owner of one of the most well-known royal engagement rings, given to her by Prince Charles prior to their 2005 wedding.

According to Google Trends, Camilla’s five-carat emerald cut diamond with baguettes on the side receives about 1,800 searches per year.

The Duchess of Cornwall wears an art deco-inspired ring that gives her a sleek and stylish look.

Prince Charles’ grandmother, the Queen Mother, wore the ring in the 1980s.

It would have cost around £78,000, according to Kathryn Money, Brilliant Earth’s vice president of strategy and merchandising.

In Windsor Guildhall in 2005, Prince Charles and Camilla married.

Camilla’s engagement ring has sentimental value, according to Charlotte White, head of design at 77 Diamonds, Europe’s largest online diamond jeweller.

“When Prince Charles asked Camilla to marry him in 2005, he did so with a clean, contemporary, magnificent diamond engagement ring,” Charlotte said.

“It was passed down to him from the Queen Mother, who was first photographed wearing it in the 1980s, and is more reminiscent of the geometric bold lines preferred by today’s young fashionistas, in contrast to, for example, the classic and opulent oval and diamond halo of Princess Diana’s sapphire ring.”

“Although the royal household has never revealed its date of creation or why it was commissioned, it has been referred to as a family heirloom, implying a degree of historical significance.”

“Some believe the ring was made in 1926 to commemorate the birth of Queen Elizabeth II.

“The ring is an art deco piece with a total weight of five carats of emerald-cut diamonds.

“Emerald cut diamonds have cropped corners and a rectangular shape.

“They also have a step cut, which has facets on all four sides arranged as parallel lines.

“As the light ripples over the gleaming stone, it creates what diamond industry insiders call a hall of mirrors effect.”

In February 2005, the royal couple announced their engagement.

They married on April 9 and have been married for almost 17 years.

Despite the fact that Camilla and her husband were married nearly 17 years ago, about 150 people search for her dress on Google every month.

Camilla’s wedding gown was not as well-known as Meghan Markle’s or Kate Middleton’s on the day of her wedding ceremony to Prince Charles.

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