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Just say yes to the dress ring!
Mere days after Angelina Jolie debuted the dazzling tablet-shaped engagement ring that fiancé Brad Pitt (aw, that has a really nice, um, ring to it, no?) helped create, the knockoffs have already hit the market.
This kind of fan frenzy over a celeb's engagement bling hasn't been seen since Prince William popped the question to Kate Middleton with his late mother Princess Diana's sapphire stunner last year.
So are the copycats dead ringers for the 36-year-old actress' Robert Procop-designed finger candy? Plus, who's making them, where can you get one, and will it set you back an estimated $500,000, too?
High-end jeweler Jacob & Co. offers up its own version of Angelina's new accessory. Though the 18-karat white gold ring with baguette-cut diamonds and emerald-cut center stone isn't a knockoff per se—it was designed and available for sale before the proposal—it does look strikingly similar to the Mr. & Mrs. Smith star's ring.
And the price tag for this gorgeous rock is also close (too close, if you ask us) to what Angie's cost: $338,000. Ouch!
A much easier-on-the-pocketbook replica just popped up this morning: Gemvara's Evelyn rock crystal and sterling silver ring, featuring an emerald-cut center stone flanked by emerald-cut side stones starts at $1,200.
"Reminiscent of Angelina Jolie's engagement ring, this piece possesses a coveted elegance," the site gushes.
Would you rock this ring (or buy it for your lady), or is the design perfect for Angie but not for you? Weigh in below!