FourFour Two: The New Zealand diamond ring is worth $6.7 million

FourFourOne has revealed that the New Zealand ring from Kay Jewelers rings collection is worth over $6 million.

The diamond ring was made in 2013.

The New Zealander is the daughter of the late owner of the diamond ring company, Roberta and David Hewlett.

The ring has an engraving of a white rabbit on the diamond and is inscribed “ROBERTA.”

Kay Jeweler rings was founded in 1974 and has been selling diamonds since then.

The company is based in Auckland and is now in the process of expanding to New Zealand.

The jewellery company had already announced the sale of the ring earlier this year to a buyer in the United Kingdom.

The sale price for the ring was $4.2 million.

“The Kay Jewelership rings collection boasts over 2,500 individual rings made by over 30 different brands, which represent more than 50 countries around the world,” Kay Jewelering said in a statement.

“In total, Kay Jewelry rings is one of the most valuable jewelry brands in the world and the New Zealands biggest diamond.

The new ring is one example of the incredible value that Kay Jewelery has brought to our customers in New Zealand and around the globe.

Kay Jeweleries world-class heritage collection is a testament to the fact that Kay has been a trusted partner for over 25 years and we look forward to working with the company to continue its strong legacy of quality in our portfolio.”

Read more about Kay Jeweliers ring collection here.