…Parker’s attention was focused on another tray in the room, sitting behind Lisa. “What’s that one, in the top tray, to the left?” The large center stone was gleaming under the high intensity lighting.
“I received that piece this morning. It’s a two carat center stone, VVS1, D, round brilliant, bezel set, in platinum. The ring has been in storage in our Fifth Avenue store for years. The setting has become desirable again, vintage, sets up high, but enclosed around the finger. There are four other smaller diamonds, one on each side.” Lisa pulled the ring from the tray and handed it to Parker.”
– Page 151 & 152, Kissing Hollywood
You asked, Monica answered. “Alex’s ring had to be something unique, as unique as she is. She appreciates jewelry because of her grandmother’s influence upon her life. I have a soft spot for Tiffany designs, so that made it easy to incorporate this detail into the story.” And yes, that’s Monica’s hand.