10 Things You Didn’t Know About THE JANE SEYMOUR RING

10 Things You Didn’t Know About THE JANE SEYMOUR RING

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British-American superstar Jane Seymour, who has played Bond Girl, acted in ‘Onassis: The Richest Man in the World’, and starred Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman, has been baptized with a rare blue diamond ring. She has proven to be a star in the realms of Hollywood, and now, in the world of diamonds.

She Always Believed In MagicJane seymour

Seymour once said that “Even though I make those movies, I find myself wishing that more of those magic moments could happen in real life.” And magic played its part. What better honor can an accomplished celebrity, who has bagged Emmy& Golden Globe Awards, and christened on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame, receive?

The Jane Seymour Is Modelled After Jane Seymour

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The floral motif on the objet d’art, Erodium Malacoides, represents Seymour’s grace, elegance and demeanor. Her down to earth personality is as calm as the sky and the ocean, which a blue diamond best illustrates. Seymour was in cloud nine upon being presented the ring in Singapore, which immediately adorned her finger and complemented the blue dress that she wore. While in high spirits, the A-lister wasted no time in snapping ‘selfies’.

One Of The World’s Largest Diamond Mining Corporations Crafted The Jane SeymourJane seymour 3

The creators, World Of Diamonds Group, are among the world’s largest privately held diamond mining corporations. Having launched and sold The Royalé Dream, the world’s most expensive perfume collection in Singapore in 2015, the WOD Group has always been behind some of the finest diamonds and jewelry pieces. Through joint ventures with maisons in Europe and the Americas, the Russian conglomerate is almost fully integrated in diamond mining, polishing, high jewelry creation and distribution to leading houses of the world. Not surprisingly, the Group has directly catered to billionaires and members of royal descent.

The Jane Seymour Is The First And Only Celebrity Diamond Ring In The World Named After HerJane seymour 4

No corporation has been able to name a piece of jewelry after Jane Seymour herself. The Jane Seymour is exactly THE Jane Seymour. It is not only the first celebrity diamond ring in the universe named after her, but also the only celebrity diamond jewelry-masterpiece that isn’t pre-owned. This gives you another reason to crave the creation instead of settling for the likes of Elizabeth Taylor’s, Ellen Barkin’s and Maria Felix’s collections. Also, The Jane Seymour has been officially endorsed by Seymour, with the super-celebrity having signed catalogues that accompany the ring.

The Jane Seymour Could Complement The Open Hearts Jewelry CollectionJane seymour 5

During an interview with Singapore’s Channel NewsAsia,Jane Seymour stated that The Jane Seymour was “matching and doing very well” with her Open Hearts bracelet. Her suggestion reaffirmed the charm of the glistening diamond ring, which she had worn together with her Open Hearts collection during a private dinner celebration in Singapore. The Open Hearts jewelry collection signifying “love has no boundaries and flows unconditionally”, was designed by Seymour, and which The Jane Seymour celebrity blue diamond ring can ultimately complement.

The Jane Seymour Boasts No Ordinary DiamondJane seymour 6

An electric, fancy vivid blue diamond is exceptionally sought after in the industry. In its rough shape, the blue diamond was hardly symmetrical in structure, which meant that with one miscalculation, one slip, and its color would have disappeared entirely. The result is a 2.08 carat cushion-cut sparkler of a VS1 clarity grade. Group Director of World Of Diamonds, Karan Tilani, remarked that “The invitation to behold this creation would rather you not compare The Jane Seymour to anything else in the High Jewelry world. It is a celebratory treat, more comparable to a mega-yacht or a ticket to the moon”.

Crafting The Jane Seymour Was An Unusually Arduous TaskJane 9

To surmount the obstacles in working with platinum – among the hardest and rarest metals ever –, three of World Of Diamonds’ esteemed artisans had to work on the ring for a few hundred hours to shape its silhouette and perfect the intricate detailing. Lavish rose-gold plating enveloped the ring in a combination of matt and gloss finish. As the fourth dimension of the masterpiece has been unleashed, it has transitioned into an object of power, emulating the power celebrity who was spellbound by its very energy.

The Jane Seymour Is PricelessJane seymour 7

Past records from notable auction houses Christie’s and Sotheby’s show that vivid blue diamonds typically go for around USD 1,000,000 a carat – this means that the 2.08 carat blue diamond ring alone is worth in the range of USD 2,000,000. However, one must note that after accounting for the invaluable celebrity recognition and association to Jane Seymour, The Jane Seymour may very well fetch a premium worth several million dollars, making the highly desirable ring worth possibly USD 5,000,000 or more. There is only one ring in the world named after Seymour herself, and so it is undoubtedly priceless.

Royal Families Have Their Eyes On The Jane SeymourJane seymour 8

It is known that royal families desire to attain The Jane Seymour, and inquiries, and likely offers, have been made for the one-of-a-kind collectible. Speculation is drawing in on the Middle East, as blue diamonds have held a very special place in palaces.

Money Alone Can’t Buy The Jane SeymourJane seymour 9

Together with its hand-crafted leather treasure chest, The Jane Seymour will help live out your fantasies. However, beyond the breath-taking price tag, the creators have stated of the eventual owner of The Jane Seymour: “the connoisseur must also fulfill certain criteria established at the discretion of the Group’s Chairman.” Perhaps Seymour’s partner, film director and producer David Green, stands a better chance to get his hands on The Jane Seymour.