Taylor & Hart Turn the Haribo Candy Into An Actual Cabochon Diamond Ruby Ring

They say you should always embrace your inner child. So we figure, why not make your childhood dreams come true? Especially when it involves diamonds, sapphires, and gold.

Since they arrived on the scene in the early 90’s, jelly rings have been synonymous with childhood crushes and playtime proposals. At some point we all had someone down on one knee in the school yard asking for our hand with one of these sugary sweets.

British jeweler Taylor & Hart has just created a stunning ring based on Haribo’s Friendship Ring candy. Recalling childhood memories when kids would ‘propose’ to their crush on the playground during recess, this ring is all grown up with a 2.70ct cabochon yellow sapphire set in a 18ct yellow gold basket of 40 fancy-intense yellow diamonds, and 224 custom cut rubies totalling a weight of 3.60ct are invisible set into the 18ct rose gold band.

To make this beauty the ultimate throwback, we’re paying homage to the most luxurious of all gummies: the red and yellow jelly ring. We hope this duo-colour palette brings you back to simpler times. When fun brought love to life and the only thing that could keep you away from your love was having to run home for tea before the street lights came on. 

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Taylor & Hart always go all the way for love. With this design, they are capturing the pure magic of falling head over heels for the first time. Because no matter how old you are, your special day should be filled with the same thrill you felt with your first crush.

A funny fact: priced at £25,000, we even estimate that you could purchase over 1,250,000 of the 2p jelly sweets for the same value of this ring!

Come into the beautiful of Taylor & Hart.

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