Kristen Stewart’s Twilight engagement ring from The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn films can now be yours. The movie prop worn by Kristen’s character, Bella Swan, in the 2011 blockbuster Breaking Dawn: Part 1 is hitting the market courtesy of Prop House for a live auction in Hollywood, California, on Saturday, November 19 and Sunday, November 20. Have you ever wanted to own a piece of Stewart’s movie history from the beloved Twilight franchise? Now’s your chance.
Kristen Stewart’s Twilight engagement ring isn’t the only Bella Swan-related doodad that will be available for bidding at the Hollywood prop auction this weekend. Among untold other Twilight Saga paraphernalia that will be on the auction block are Twilight movie props like Kristen’s “Wedding Hair Comb” and “Nightmare Wedding Dress and Veil” — all elements from Bella Swan’s marriage to vampire Edward Cullen, portrayed by Robert Pattinson.
As reported by Us Weekly, Kristen Stewart’s Twilight engagement ring is “set up in a satin black ring box with black plastic beads decorating the border along with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.” Us also points out that Stewart’s cinematic wedding band, as written by author Stephenie Meyer in the Twilight novels on which Kristen’s movies were based, was Edward Cullen’s mother’s ring that he used to “pop the question” to Bella Swan.
“The face was a long oval, set with slanting rows of glittering round stones. The band was gold — delicate and narrow. The gold made a fragile web around the diamonds.”
The Us Weekly auction notice goes on to state the specifics of Stewart’s immortalized Twilight engagement ring. As indicated by the Prop Store in a press release, Kristen’s band includes 69 cubic zirconia within an oval pave, and its rhodium finish shelters 14 karat gold. Although the diamonds within Stewart’s Twilight ring are not real, it is still expected to fetch anywhere between $3,000 and $5,000 at this weekend’s upcoming Twilight prop auction.
Kristen Stewart, now 26, has been acting since she was 9-years-old. Although she is perhaps best known as Bella from the lionized Twilight movies, Stewart’s long film history proves her earnest commitment to the craft. First coming to mainstream attention in Jodie Foster’s 2002 thriller, Panic Room, Kristen has gone on to further cinematic acclaim in flicks such as Into the Wild (2007), Adventureland (2009), The Runaways (2010), and On the Road (2012).
Last year, Stewart discussed her film career and famous Twilight turns in an Interview feature with acclaimed artist and songwriter Patti Smith. Discussing the disconnected production undertaking of filming the Twilight series’ five films, Kristen admitted that she still feels proud of the movies while acknowledging the difficulty in making them.
“[I]t was a long process, so it’s hard to generalize about it as a whole. It wasn’t entirely cohesive. We ebbed and flowed. I will definitely acknowledge that. But the intention [was] so… pure.”
Kristen Stewart’s latest film role is Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk, a new Ang Lee picture starring Kristen as Kathryn Lynn, sister to a celebrated U.S. soldier. Stewart is also currently filming an “Untitled Lizzie Borden Project,” whereby Kristen will portray Bridget Sullivan, family maid to the famous historical axe murderer, Lizzie Borden. What’s next for Kristen Stewart? Only time will tell how far her career can go.
As mentioned, the Twilight Saga prop auction will be held this weekend, Nov. 19 & 20, at TCL Chinese Theatres in Hollywood. To register for the auction, and for a complete list of the Kristen Stewart-related accouterments that will be available for bidding, check out www.twilightsagaauction.com.
Would you be interested in owning Kristen Stewart’s Bella Swan wedding band from Breaking Dawn? Are you a fan of the Twilight Saga films and Stephenie Meyer’s original romance novels? What do you think of Kristen Stewart’s illustrious entertainment career so far? Do you have a favorite Kristen Stewart movie? Let us know your thoughts on Stewart in the comments section below.
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