Angelina Jolie's Engagement Ring Spawns Lots of Lookalikes

04/19/2012 at 10:30 AM ET

Angelina Jolie Brad Pitt Engagement Ring
Courtesy Jacob & Co.; Courtesy Gemvara

We can’t all have Brad Pitt — or a ring estimated at $1 million, either — but several jewelers already have Angelina Jolie-inspired sparklers ready to go.

Jacob & Co., the jeweler loved by stars like Jay-Z, Nick Cannon and Kevin Jonas, has its own version of Jolie’s ring (left), an 18-karat white gold creation with baguette-cut diamonds around the band retailing for a cool $338,000 — before the addition of an extra-large emerald-cut center stone.

A more affordable option comes by way of Gemvara, which just released a rock crystal and sterling silver version of the ring for $1,195. The bauble features an emerald-cut center gem and emerald-cut side stones.

Angelina Jolie Brad Pitt Engagement Ring
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art/PRNewsFoto

Jolie’s engagement ring — which could weigh up to 10 carats and cost as much as $1 million, according to an independent expert — was created by Pitt with jeweler Robert Procop, who also works on the actress’s “Style of Jolie” line.

“Brad had a specific vision for this ring, which he realized over a year-long collaboration with Robert,” a spokesperson for Procop said in a statement. “He wanted every aspect of it to be perfect, so Robert was able to locate a diamond of the finest quality and cut it to an exact custom size and shape to suit Angelina’s hand.” Tell us: Would you buy a replica of Jolie’s ring?

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Dani on

Gee, I wonder how many poor little black South African children had to toil down in the mines to come up with that rock? Maybe she could adopt some of them.

temperance on

To those who continue to call Angelina Jolie a home wrecker, SHUT UP. You can’t break something that’s already over. The name calling is childish and ignorant. Just stop reading and commenting if you don’t know the truth. Vile people should not be hateful just because they can.

Danielle on

The ring is beautiful and she earned….three kids of their own and three adopted…..what more do you want….? They are fulfilled….!

Marky on

No little children toiled deep in the mines for these diamonds. There are blood-free diamonds and intelligent people know that. Get over your silly self, Dani, and try as hard as you can to grow up!! Good grief, how long can you people stay mad about something that happened (with people you don’t even know)years ago??!

ariel on

While I do agree people have the right to spend their money how they choose. To be a woman all about helping third world countries, starving children, those in New Orleans, it’s such a waste of money on one ring.

whatever on

A beautiful ring but this ring is not a new design style.

Marie on

NO!

Joyce Crawford on

You know what,that ring is totally angelina!!really , i think i know why it took him a year to design because its perfect for her really spphisticated and i like the jacob&co.

tada on

This is a funny article. When you go back and read other articles on this ring, many had seen it in the mall before ‘Brad’ claimed fame to designing it!

Dale Fournier on

I can see that step cut diamonds are going to be the new rage. These two rings do not look like Angelina’s ring though..

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