Tallulah Willis, the youngest daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore, is engaged. And just wait until you see the ring!
She took to Instagram to announce her engagement to director Dillon Buss and to show off a stunning Asscher-cut diamond on a bold, gold band.
Here’s everything you need to know about Tallulah’s vintage style engagement ring.
What Does Tallulah’s Engagement Ring Look Like?
Tallulah’s engagement ring features an 8 carat elongated Asscher cut diamond. Specifically, a 1910s elongated Asscher cut forged in a riverbed.
Developed in 1902 by Joseph Asscher, an Asscher cut diamond has stepped facets and cropped corners, giving it an octagonal appearance. Asscher-cut diamonds are often featured in vintage-style engagement rings and typically have 58 facets.
Talullah wanted the ring to feel as if it was on a delicate finger of a “resident of Rivendell,” which is a reference to a magical valley in J. R. R. Tolkien’s fictional world of Middle-earth, and it’s safe to say she hit the nail on the head. I say she, as she very much designed the ring herself.
She explains: “when we began talking about this seriously I told him due to my lowkey (highkey lol) obsessive, perfectionist, micro lens way of viewing special things in my life I knew I had to be in the driver’s seat with this one. And of course Dillon understood – because that’s Dillon.“
It seems it paid off. Willis wrote that she would “with absolute most certainty” accept his hand in marriage”.