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NEW YORK - JULY 31: A detailed shot of the Hearts On Fire diamond engagement ring at the announcement about The Final Engagement scheduled at Yankee stadium on September 18th at Michael C Fina on July 31, 2008 in New York City (Photo by Donald Bowers/Getty Images for Hearts On Fire)

Just when you thought you’d heard of every weird pumpkin spice product out there, a PSL-inspired engagement ring now exists. According to Food and Wine, there is a  jeweler in England has created what they’re billing as “the world’s first pumpkin spice latte ring,” proving there really are no limits when it comes to pumpkin spice.

The jeweler designed the ring, which is also being described as “the world’s most expensive pumpkin spice latte merch,” and says every detail of the sparkler is inspired by PSLs. With a price tag of 10-thousand pounds, which is over $11-thousand at the current exchange rate, it’s going to set you back a little more than your average Starbucks’ run.

But this is fine jewelry we’re talking about, so if you want to “add a little spice to proposals this fall,” as the jeweler suggests, this could be the ring to do it. So, what does it look like? It features:

A rose gold band “designed to replicate the rib shape of a pumpkin” with white diamonds, orange sapphires, and emerald shoulder stones down either side.

There’s a single “whipped cream shaped” center diamond surrounded with “a cluster of white diamonds and orange sapphires set in a cup-shaped claw reminiscent of a warm cup of pumpkin spice goodness.”

The words “Pumpkin Spiced” are engraved on the inside.

And the ring comes in “luxury Pumpkin Spice Latte packaging” – a limited-edition PSL ring box with a pumpkin spice-scented interior, a cardboard coffee cup wrap, and a pumpkin closure latch.

Says the ring is available through their Bespoke Design Service, and you can even ask to have the design tweaked to your personal preference but customizing this will probably cost a little more than customizing your usual PSL.

Source: Food and Wine

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