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When Jake Owen spontaneously proposed to his girlfriend, Lacey Buchanan, on stage at his concert in Vero Beach, FL a couple of weeks ago, he didn’t have a ring to give her at the time but he has since put the ring on her finger and it is a stunner.  Jake reveals to People magazine that he designed the ring – “a 2.5-carat oval-cut diamond set in platinum with a “little bitty halo around it” and small diamonds on the band” – with Lizzy Raye Jewelers in Atlanta.  Jake says he wanted the ring to be timeless, so when his mom saw it and declared it looked like something Princess Diana would wear, Jake says, “I was so excited to give it to her.”

 

Jake tells People he took such care in designing the ring because, “She’s the most unique, amazing person I’ve ever met and I needed something on her finger just as unique as she is.”  And if that’s not enough to melt women’s hearts everywhere, when Jake presented the ring to Lacey, he says, “I told her, ‘The sparkle is never going to go away in that ring, and I don’t want our sparkle to ever go away either.  On your darkest days, I want you to look at it and see that there’s a glimmer of light in it. I want it to always remind you of the possibilities of our relationship.”

 

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