You know you watch the show every week; you even watch reruns and not even know it. Twenty minutes into the rerun you’re like–“wait, didn’t I just watch this episode last night?” But you’ll finish the last ten minutes until the end just because. Million Dollar Listing has been pretty good television. I even get to have snack breaks when Madison’s part comes on (he’s so boring). Chad is my favorite. I also like to predict what clips are going to be on The Soup because Joel McHale does a sweet job of making fun of him. Now, after the latest episode, I’ve come to like Chad and his girlfriend Victoria even more, so I might not laugh as hard the next time Joel McHale makes fun of him.
The episode shows Chad at a jewelry store, picking out a gift for Victoria for their one year anniversary. Chad chose a vintage diamond ring from the 1920s–nice move. The ring was perfect for the occasion and he presented it to her in Palm Springs. I’ve found a few “look-alikes” on some vintage jewelry online shops, so check them out below, and you could have you’re very own vintage ring as seen on Million Dollar Listing!
This ring has a similar style to the one Chad gave Victoria. It is also from the same time period. There are seven rose cut diamonds (lucky number??) and the ring is set in 18k yellow and white gold. It can be found here at Adin. Price: around $625.
The next similar ring comes from Lang Antique & Estate Jewelry. This one is very elegant and has more diamond weight to it–1.15 carats to be exact. It is also set in platinum. The price on this one is $3950. Worth it!
This one is probably the most similar to the style and shape of the ring Chad got Victoria. He mentioned while purchasing the ring, that it sort of looked like a butterfly, and this does as well. It is from the Ross-Simons estate collection, and priced at $1195 ($956 if you catch the Labor Day Sale). Very pretty, set in 14k white gold with, again, seven diamonds. Must be a trend that was done back in the 20s-30s, with the seven diamonds.
You can tune in to the Bravo channel, and check your local listings for times of Million Dollar Listing. You could probably turn it on TV right now and watch it, it’s always on.