Paris Hilton’s Engagement Ring Is 20-Carats and Named “Paris”

Paris Hilton is an icon with plenty of iconic outfits, pairs of shoes, and pieces of jewelry over the years. But nothing else comes close to her engagement ring from now-husband Carter Reum.

When Paris and Carter first got engaged in February 2021, fans were aching to know everything there was to know about her sparkler. Who made it? How many carats was it?

How big is Paris Hilton’s engagement ring?

Paris’ engagement ring is a total of 20 carats, according to a 2021 interview in The Knot with its designer Jean Dousset — who is the great-great-grandson of famed jeweler Louis Cartier.

It features three main stones: an emerald-cut diamond in the center with a baguette diamond on either side. There are many other trapezoid diamonds accenting it.

“I’m so obsessed with it … it has like 15 diamonds going around and then inside it has a ‘P’ with a sapphire,” shared Paris during an On Air with Ryan Seacrest appearance in February 2021. 

Dousset said he designed the ring in concert with Carter, based on classical and Art Nouveau styles. It was designed to evoke “the structure of the Grand Palais [des Champs-Élysées] in Paris,” both because of Jean’s heritage and the wearer’s name.

In a video she posted of the design process in 2021, it was revealed that the ring itself is also named “Paris.”

How much did Paris Hilton’s engagement ring cost?

The one-of-a-kind ring designed by Paris’ now-husband Carter and Cartier’s great-great-grandson was estimated to cost around $2 million dollars, according to The Knot.

However, because the design is so unique, it’s likely its true value is more.

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“The one key element of this ring was that Carter was heavily invested so that he

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