No, video footage of Miley Cyrus’ seemingly dancing wedding ring shown during the 16th Annual G’Day USA Gala on January 26, 2019, was not computer generated imagery (CGI).

Cyrus’ ring from husband Liam Hemsworth is just that dazzling.

“What kind of rock did you get her, man? Holy moly!” late night television host Jimmy Fallon asked Hemsworth on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in February 2019 after the ring was first spotted by admirers.

Hemsworth, an actor, replied: “There’s a few different rocks on there, not to brag, but there’s a couple different ones. I thought it was CGI when I first saw that [the video]. I was convinced that it was CGI because it did a full on bling.”

What exactly is Cyrus’ gorgeous ring? Designer and jeweler Neil Lane told Racked.com in 2016 that it’s a beautiful, vintage 19th-century 3.5 carat stone with a cushion cut.

“It took a while to come up with the perfect setting — I didn’t want it to be contemporary-looking, it had to have a vintage vibe,” Lane said. “So I created a gold, very Art Nouveau design with tiny little swirls and diamond details within a floral pattern, so it felt like this beautiful old stone was at the center of a flower.”

Lane, who has designed rings for Annette Bening, Courteney Cox, Reese Witherspoon, Brooke Shields, Kate Hudson and many others, considers Cyrus’ ring to be among the most exceptional he’s ever created.

“Miley Cyrus’s was really special,” said Lane, who is also the official jewelry designer for ABC’s The Bachelor franchise “I’m not sure I could ever recreate the magic that went into that ring.”

The ring also has staying power. Cyrus and Hemsworth met on the set of The Last Song a decade ago, with Hemsworth first proposing with the Lane-created ring in 2012. The couple broke up the next year but reunited in 2016 when Cyrus was spotted re-wearing the beautiful ring again.

Vintage diamond rings are one of the many types of wedding and engagement rings that MJ Gabel offers our clients. To learn more, call us at (800) 804-1980 or visit us at 13 South Avenue in Webster. We’re open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday thru Friday and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday (closed Sunday).

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