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Ariana Grande’s Engagement Ring Could Be Worth $350,000 — Take a Look

She posted photos of the ring on Instagram.

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Singer Ariana Grande is wearing an engagement ring from fiance Dalton Gomez.

Singer Ariana Grande is sporting a new engagement ring from real estate agent Dalton Gomez. And one expert says it could be worth up to $350,000.

Grande posted pictures of the ring on Instagram on Dec. 20. Flip through the photos to see two shots of the sparkler:

 

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The post was captioned “forever n then some.”

Hollywood Life quoted engagement ring concierge Michelle Demaree saying the ring is “a striking 5 carat colorless oval with a stunning elongated 1:45 ratio and top VS clarity, practically flawless like her.” Demaree, founder of Los Angeles-based Miss Diamond Ring, said it may be worth “$250,000 to $350,000.”

The ring’s pearl is widely speculated to have special meaning. Page Six noted that it is “strikingly similar to one included in a ring the star received from her grandmother in 2014.” In a tweet at the time, Grande wrote: “Nonna had a ring made for me w/ the pearl from grandpa’s tie pin. She says he told her in a dream it’d protect me <3.”

It’s believed that Grande and Dalton have been together since the beginning of this year.

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