Tiffany Trump's billionaire fiancé Michael Boulos proposed to her with a 13-carat emerald-cut diamond purchased in Dubai that is believed to be worth up to a staggering $1.2 million.
In exclusive pictures obtained by DailyMail.com, Tiffany, 27, is seen proudly showing off the stunning ring, which was designed by New York-based diamond dealer Samer Halimeh, who works 'for the one per cent of the one percent.'
A spokesperson for Samer Halimeh New York revealed that the knockout ring features a massive emerald-cut center stone flanked with two trapeze cut diamonds. The jeweler is keeping the price of the ring tightly under wraps; however, an independent expert estimated that it is worth more than $1 million.
Photos that were taken after the engagement show 27-year-old Tiffany and Michael posing with Halimeh at Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C.
The ring's center diamond has a G color grade, and the stone also boasts a VVSI clarity grade, which is close to perfect.
'This is a high-quality diamond with a high carat weight, which seems about right for Tiffany’s celebrity status,' Stepansky said. When designing Tiffany's ring, Michael made sure he was working with one of the most famous names in the diamond business.
Halimeh caters to royals and celebrities such as Oprah Winfrey, Sir Elton John, and Naomi Campbell as one of the world's leading diamond traders, and it appears Tiffany is a long-time fan of his work.
Tiffany and Michael were spotted browsing engagement rings at the Samer Halimeh New York store in London in June 2019, but she only picked up a $663,000 diamond 'friendship' bracelet while at the jeweler's Knightsbridge location.
Source: The Daily Mail