Brighton, New Hampshire — Prince Albert of Canada’s new royal diamond ring was unveiled Monday, the jewelers at the Crown Jewelers of New Hampshire told The Associated Press.
The ring has a gold plated crown with a red sapphire stone at its base and a diamond on the outside.
“I had to look for a few weeks and look around,” said Keith Stellas, who is in charge of the shop that created the ring.
“The ring is the niciest, best diamond ever made.”
The crown is made of white and red diamonds and the ring is made from an emerald.
It measures 9.7 inches (25 centimeters) wide by 6.3 inches (15 centimeters) long by 2.9 inches (5 centimeters) deep.
The rings are $100,000 each.
Prince Albert, the world’s youngest monarch, wore the ring during a private visit to New Hampshire in 2014.
He was presented with it by his daughter, Princess Eugenie.
“It’s a great moment for me to finally wear this diamond in public,” the royal said at the time.
“We had a great time and it was really, really special.”
The Crown Jewelry of New York said in a statement that the ring will go on sale at its store, in New York City, by Christmas.
“There is no doubt this new Royal Crown Ring is the best looking diamond ever created,” it said.
“For more than a decade, the diamond industry has been working hard to bring the most luxurious and elegant diamonds to the public.
This latest product represents a culmination of that work.”
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