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Jeweler: Buy This Diamond Ring, We’ll Throw in a Ferrari

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It’s a 15.93-carat diamond.

Kristoff Jewelers in Naples, FL, is offering a Ferrari with the purchase of a 15.93-carat diamond ring.INSTORE Ferrari

The price tag for the package is $695,000.

The News-Press quotes Michael Rose, owner of the jewelry store, saying: “For this Valentine’s Day we wanted to offer an ultimate gift package that would please the Mrs. and the Mr., so we partnered with our friends at Naples Motorsports and came up with a fantastic promotion.”

The jeweler’s website describes the jewelry as a round brilliant diamond ring — AGS certified, J color, SI2 clarity and “the ultimate statement diamond.”

As for the car: “The 2016 Ferrari California T has 3.9 liter V-8 twin turbo, 552 horse power, seven speed dual clutch transmission,” the site states.

The price includes all sales tax, title and fees. Only a wire transfer payment will be accepted.

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Photo source: kristoffjewelers.com

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