Most expensive celebrity engagement rings

The average diamond engagement ring in the USA costs around $5,000, but celebrities are no average people and they spend much more on these pieces of jewelry. With their tendency to exaggerate and their impressive net worth, it’s no wonder stars opt for some really extravagant engagement rings. Check out the most expensive ones.

Jessica Biel

Jessica Biel






Justin Timberlake surprised Jessica Biel with an awesome 18-carat engagement ring. Timberlake collaborated with Leor Yerushalmi of The Jewelers of Las Vegas, who created this unique, custom made, ring. The piece of jewelry also features 2 aquamarine elements, which represent Jessica’s birthstone and costs $130.000.

Reese Witherspoon

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America’s sweetheart, Reese Witherspoon has a string of Hollywood hits and is a proud owner of an astonishing engagement ring she got from her husband Jim Toth. The ring is a rare four-carat Ashoka diamond worth $250,000.

Angelina Jolie







Brad Pitt designed the ring for Angelina in collaboration with jeweler Robert Procop. “Brad had a specific vision for this ring, which he realized over a yearlong collaboration,” Procop told THR. “He wanted every aspect of  it to be perfect, so I was able to locate a diamond of the finest quality and cut it to an exact custom size and shape to suite Angelina’s hand. Brad was always heavily involved, overseeing every aspect of the creative design evolution. The side diamonds are specially cut to encircle her finger. Each diamond is of the highest gem quality.” The ring cost $250,000.

Jennifer Garner







Jennifer Garner’s engagement ring was designed by Harry Winston. Weighing 4.5 carats, the cushion-cut diamond ring was a gift from Ben Affleck. This piece of jewelry is worth an estimated $500,000.

Eva Longoria







Eva Longoria’s five-carat, emerald-cut diamond from ex Tony Parker was designed by Jean Dousset. The ring itself has 248 diamonds, set on a Tiffany-prong design, and took 116 hours to make. Inside is a private message, engraved in Tony Parker’s own handwriting. The ring’s estimated worth is $800,000.

Hilary Duff

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NHL hockey player Mike Comrie proposed to Hilary Duff with a 14-carat princess-cut sparkler worth $1million.

Jennifer Lopez







Worth $1.2 million, the engagement ring bought by Ben Affleck to his partner, J-Lo, is truly a masterpiece. But the couple did not last, and Jennifer returned the ‘gift’. A few years later, Marc Anthony gave Jennifer an 8.5-carat Neil Lane engagement ring, worth $4 million.

Blake Lively







Blake Lively’s giant oval cut diamond ring is roughly 12 carats in weight. Jeweler Lorraine Schwartz worked with Ryan Reynolds to design the band, and a spokesperson for the brand said: “Ryan chose Lorraine Schwartz to help him find a flawless, light pink oval diamond. They worked together to design a custom setting in rose gold and pave diamonds with a nod to deco.”

Mariah Carey







Mariah received a $2.5 million Jacob & Co. engagement ring from Nick Cannon. The 17-carat emerald-cut pink center diamond is surrounded by 58 pink diamonds and has two half-moon diamonds on each side.

Paris Hilton







Paris Hilton was given a 24-carat canary diamond ring by then-fiancé Paris Latsis in 2005. Their engagement was short-lived… four months later, the wedding was off. Estimated worth of this ring is $4.7 million. After their split, the ring was auctioned for charity.








Designed by Lorraine Schwartz, the beautiful ring gifted by the rapper Jay-Z to Beyoncé is valued at $5 million. The 20-carat platinum ring features an 18-carat diamond.

Kim Kardashian







Kanye West proposed to Kim Kardashian at AT&T Park in San Francisco, and while the proposal might have been spectacular, with an orchestra and fireworks, the ring was certainly the most magnificent part of the evening. Costing an estimated $8 million, Kim’s 15-carat ring was designed by Lorraine Schwartz.


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