The 'Harry Potter' Engagement Rings That Will Add Magic To Your Wedding Day

An Australian-based jewellery shop has launched a range of Harry Potter inspired engagement rings and we can't wait to get our Muggle hands on them

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There are now officially three questions I will say 'I Do' to:

  1. Who would like a year's supply of Sainsbury's Double Chocolate cookies?
  2. Who thinks Justin Bieber and Kanye West need to go on a trip to Disney Land Florida to meet Mickey and Minnie and remember what it's like to have fun again?
  3. Will you marry me with this golden snitch engagement ring?

Yes, die-hard Potterheads, you read that correctly. A golden snitch engagement ring.

Now, I don't profess to be the biggest Potter fan out there.

While I might know my polyjuices from my butter beers, Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans from nargle hairs and can tell the difference between Fred and George (meh, I've got a 50/50 chance of being right), you won't see me waving a wand down the aisle or getting Ron's face tattooed on my calf any day soon.

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But, when I saw pictures of diamond rings inspired by J.K. Rowling's beloved books, I must admit I was 'Stupefied' (meaning 'stunned' for you non-Potter folks).

Created by Sapphire Studios, a jeweler based in Melbourne, Australia, these Golden Snitch collection of diamond rings add to the collection of the brand's unique engagement bands and are perfect for Potter fans who want to add a touch of magic to their big day without going the whole hog.

With two Potter-inspired rings to choose from – The Golden Snitch and The Deathly Hallows ring – the jewellery comes in a range of colors including rose gold two tone, sterling silver, white gold and yellow gold.

According to the brand's website, the Golden Snitch ring features a 1.40 carat diamond which is currently being sold at prices ranging from approximately £291 to £449.

Meanwhile, the Deathly Hallows ring is covered natural .70 carat diamonds, retailing at prices from £219 to £637.

The downside is that Sapphire Studios is based down under but, with the help of the Owl Postal Service (ahem, the Royal Mail to us muggles), you can purchase the stunning rings online here.

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