What to think about Tallulah Willis' wedding band from life partner Dillon Buss

 Lady to-be Tallulah Willis flaunts her wedding band from life partner Dillon Buss. 





The star's flawless ring has gotten awards online from fans, for certain specialists assessing a six-figure value point. 

"Willis' gigantic emerald-slice jewel gives off an impression of being at any rate 8 carats. Set in a four-prong yellow gold solitaire ring planned by Karina Noel, the sheer size of her jewel blows your mind," Mike Seared, the President of The Precious stone Star, said in an explanation.

I’d estimate the ring’s value to be north of $300,000,” he continued.
Buss and Willis announced their engagement on Tuesday.
Shannon Delany-Ron, the CMO of JamesAllen.com, agreed on the center stone’s approximate size.

“Tallulah’s beautiful sparkler looks to be a 7- to 8-carat emerald [cut] with pronounced cut corners for a unique shape and sparkle,” Delany-Ron told Page Six Style on Wednesday.

“The diamond sits perfectly on a yellow gold flared solitaire setting for an overall estate feel. I’d estimate Tallulah’s ring to be roughly $200,000 to $250,000,” she added.
Kathryn Money, Brilliant Earth‘s SVP of merchandising and retail expansion, noted Tallulah’s “beautiful” ring could be in the “$40,000 to $75,000” ballpark, “depending on the quality and specific characteristics of the center stone.”

Tallulah and Buss made their Instagram debut as a couple in February 2020. It is unclear how long they have been dating.







On Wednesday, Tallulah offered more details about her dazzling ring, opening up about the “group effort” to bring her vision to life.

“I found Anup, @crazygemhunter my new forever friend a few months ago while furiously trying to decode the world of diamonds,” Tallulah explained, adding how she told Buss that she “had to be in the drivers seat.”
The actress later spoke about how she crossed paths with Noel, and how the partners in design left no stone “unexamined.” 

“After much deliberation we decided on this 1910s elongated Asscher cut forged in a riverbed,” Tallulah continued on Instagram.
Tallulah revealed that the stone shared across social media was the final result “after multiple revisions and stressed texts.”


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