Lucille Ball Diamond Ring

Lucille Ball Diamond Ring

The Lucille Ball Diamond Ring is the ideal birthday present for March birthday girls. With its subtle sparkle and marine-themed rippling white gold band, its subtle sparkle echoes marine themes beautifully – perfect as either an engagement ring or stackable style! An oval-cut aquamarine set in an “east-west” fashion creates more radiant illumination compared to vertical settings while its surrounding halo of round-cut diamonds add a sparkling touch.

Lucille Ball was best-known for her flighty comedy and long marriage to Desi Arnaz, but the iconic star also enjoyed wearing aquamarine jewelry. On I Love Lucy she famously sported an enormous emerald-cut aquamarine ring on her left hand as a present from Desi; Nicole Kidman donned one similar in Being the Ricardos.

Princess Diana loved Aquamarine jewelry as much as any March birthstone; among her stunning selection were pear-shaped earrings and an extraordinary ring with two faceted aquamarine side stones set within a wreath of diamonds – updated about 10 years after her divorce from Prince Rainier by replacing its baguette-cut diamonds with an additional diamond halo halo halo – among many other items featuring aquamarine stones.

Lucille Ball’s ring made an appearance on the show, when her Navy friend alluded to Dot that Stephen may have an interest in her. At first she laughed off his suggestion; later realizing he may be correct she began searching desperately for it; unfortunately it had been lost during a hectic night of preparations prior to filming taking place the following morning.

Lucille Ball was not only an accomplished comedian but an equally accomplished actress. Her first major role came with Astaire-Rogers flick Roberta in 1935; later she made several more before joining MGM, where she would eventually become one of its most enduring stars.

Lucy of I Love Lucy fame also achieved many other feats during her long and distinguished career, such as becoming the first woman to run a successful television studio with Desilu Productions and winning an Academy Award for I Love You, Mr. Deeds in 1953. Lucille Ball was an icon who will forever be remembered for her charm, humor, and exquisite collection of jewelry. Van Cleef & Arpels’ Maltese Cross pendant, purchased by Lucille Ball herself at their Beverly Hills branch in 1972, is part of their Heritage Collection and celebrates one of Hollywood’s greatest actresses ever. It makes an exquisite piece for any collection!

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