Victoria Beckham has quite the extensive engagement ring collection. Throughout the course of her 19-year-long marriage to soccer champion David Beckham, the former Spice Girls singer has been photographed wearing a whopping 14 different diamond and gemstone rings. Our favorite? The fashion designer's original marquis-shaped rock, which her husband used to propose in 1998 (it's worth $85,000, reports Entertainment Tonight!).
There are a few pieces in the singer-turned-designer's jewelry oeuvre that she seems to favor. Some of the more major rings include a massive emerald-cut diamond, which the celebrity wore on two occasions. It was first seen 2003—four years after their nuptials—when the Beckhams attended the MTV Music Awards. She wore it again five years later, during New York City's 2008 Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Victoria also seems particularly enchanted with an oval pink diamond engagement ring from Asprey's, complete with a pavé band, which David purchased in honor of her 30th birthday.
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Not every engagement ring she's rocked, however, has been a diamond. Her enormous cushion-cut emerald ring seems to be another one of her favorites—she's been photographed wearing the statement piece multiple time over the years, including the 17th Annual Elton John AIDS Foundation's Academy Award Viewing Party in 2009 and the Vanity Fair Oscar Party in 2012. Her most statement-making bauble, though, is her pear-cut diamond sparkler. It's a massive stone that's reportedly worth $2.6 million.
As for the honorable mentions? The rest of Victoria's collection includes a more conservative diamond band, a ruby-and-diamond ring, four yellow-stoned pieces (two emerald-cut, one oval-cut, and one square-cut), a blue sapphire solitaire, a gray moonstone gem, and a square-cut diamond set in platinum. As the couple approach's their 19thwedding anniversary, it's possible that the mother-of-four will add yet another ring to her jewelry box.