Los Angeles, CA, United States (AHN) – Unless you’ve already seen “Sex and the City 2,” you might want to avoid these spoilers. But the movie has already made $50 million at the box office, and women everywhere are already talking about the film’s final scenes where Big gives Carrie a black diamond, telling her because she’s not “like anyone else.”
It’s just one of the many moments in the sequel where girls wish they too can get carried away, either with a group of gal pals on a luxury vacation to Abu Dhabi, or to Big and Carrie’s new luxurious Manhattan high-rise. But the ring’s designer is making it available for anyone to feel unlike anyone else, but at a Big price.
The 5 carat black diamond ring is from designer Itay Malkin. Malkin’s jewelry were featured in the original “Sex and the City” film, and Parker and writer/director Michael Patrick King chose his black diamond design to be the “ever important ring” in the movie, beating 20 other leading jewelry designers.
“It was an honor to have my design chosen for such an emotionally important scene,” said Malkin.
The final design, in collaboration with Sarah Jessica Parker and the film’s costume designer Patricia Field, featured the 5 carat black diamond surrounded by 80 round natural white pave diamonds and set in 18 karat white gold.
For “Sex and the City” fans who must have all things Carrie, the ring from the film is now going to be identically produced and will retail for $10,000. Each will include a limited edition serial number and a certificate. It will be available at patriciafield.com as well as by contacting Itay Malkin Designs at itaymalkin.com.