Who Designed Margaret Qualley’s Engagement Ring?

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Margaret Qualley joins the list of actresses who proudly wear their engagement rings without attracting much attention from the press. Other actresses in this category include Zoë Kravitz and Meghan Markle. During the Cannes Film Festival, Margaret discreetly showcased her ring while promoting her film Stars at Noon. She kept her left hand mainly in her pocket, but there were a couple of images where the jewel was visible. On the red carpet, she didn’t flaunt the ring like some actresses do by posing with her hand on her hip. It was difficult to see.

Despite her efforts to keep it low-key, fans noticed, and People magazine received confirmation from an anonymous source that Margaret is engaged to Jack Antonoff. Jack is a songwriter and record producer who has collaborated with various artists, including Taylor Swift, Lana Del Rey, and the Chicks. He is also the lead singer of the Bleachers.

Margaret’s engagement ring aligns with the growing trend of celebrities opting for smaller designs. Other celebrities who embrace this trend include Emma Stone, Jennifer Lawrence, and Rooney Mara. Considering Margaret’s petite frame and the clear visibility of the ring once her hand is visible, it is likely around 1-carat in size. While it may be modest by celebrity standards, it is a great size in the real world.

Now, the question remains: who designed Margaret’s ring? At first, Chanel seemed like a possibility since Margaret is an ambassador for the fashion house and often wears their clothes and jewelry on the red carpet. However, Chanel does not have a design that matches the classic style of the ring. Another guess was a Tiffany six-prong setting, but upon closer inspection, it appears to be a different design.

Interestingly, a day after this article was published, Margaret posted a photo on Instagram with her fiancé, showcasing the ring. In the comments, Lang Antiques, a vintage jewelry store in San Francisco, referred to the ring as a “cutie vintage ring.” Lang Antiques has a vast collection of vintage rings, and it is possible that Jack and Margaret found the ring there. The timeless design suggests it could be a vintage piece, and Lang Antiques seems confident that it is.

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