Raymond Lee Jewelers, which specializes in estate jewelry, want to buy her engagement ring!
And the owners are willing to pay Kim 1 million bucks for the 20.5-carat emerald cut center stone flanked by a pair of 2-carat trapezoids.
“The ring is spectacularly designed and it is a significant piece of celebrity history,” says Lee Josephson, Raymond Lee’s VP. “And we often get former brides selling their engagement rings in our store.”
Wait a second: Didn’t NBA journeyman Humphries brag that he paid $2 million for the bauble?
“Well, the $1 million is just a starting point,” Josephson says. “Every fiancé brags how much they paid for the ring and it’s usually an inflated price.
“People are simply estimating the value, they really don’t know until they see the actual color of the ring, because one color difference makes an enormous price difference.”
The jeweler has yet to hear from Kim.