In the spirit of Hollywood romance, Jodie Sweetin, the Full House alum set to celebrate her 40th birthday on January 19th, has joined the ranks of brides-to-be.
Sweetin recently shared the exciting news of her engagement to beau Mescal Wasilewski on Instagram, offering a glimpse of her breathtaking antique engagement ring.
Let’s delve into the details of this marquise cut sparkler.
What Does Jodie Sweetin’s Engagement Ring Look Like?
Jodie’s antique marquise cut engagement ring is believed to be from the Edwardian period, showcasing timeless elegance and sophistication. The center marquise-cut diamond, poised within a halo of round diamonds and adorned with additional round diamond prongs along the sides, creates a mesmerizing visual impact. The diamond itself is around 1.5 carats, and the entire setting, delicately crafted in platinum, gives the illusion of the center diamond floating.
Overall, a showstopper.
While it’s more difficult to estimate the worth of antique engagement rings, we’d estimate this to be worth around $20,000 to $40,000, depending on quality and period. More than the monetary value, antique rings come with a uniqueness and historical significance that is often priceless.
Sweetin took to her personal Instagram account to announce the joyful news, sharing a selfie featuring her and Wasilewski, suggesting the proposal occurred during a hike. In the caption, she quoted Maya Angelou and expressed her love for Wasilewski, anticipating the adventures that lie ahead in their life together: “There is no heart in the whole world like you for me. There is no love for you in the whole world like mine.“
Here’s to the happy couple. Congratulations to Jodie Sweetin and Mescal Wasilewski!