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Jane Seymour’s Blue Diamond Ring Served With Luxury Dining Experience That Costs $2 Million

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Your helicopter ride and 18-course meal at sunset await.

For a mere $2 million, Forbes writes, one couple can afford an extravagant dinner that includes taking possession of the Jane Seymour Vivid Blue Diamond Ring.

The luxury dining experience, the article says, is being offered by World of Diamonds, maker of the 2.08 carat ring, which is including the sparkler as part of an eight-hour retreat that “starts with a 45-minute helicopter ride over scenic Singapore, followed by a chauffeured Rolls-Royce drive and a private luxury cruise. The two are then transported to Ce’ La Vi, on the rooftop of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel, where 10,000 fresh roses will set the stage. With 360-degree views of the city, an 18-course Modern Asian meal will be served during the sunset hours.”

World of Diamonds estimates the ring to be worth $2 million, the article adds, noting that blue diamonds of fancy vivid saturation typically sell for $1 million per carat at auction.

Read more at Forbes

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